An axiomatic model of non bayesian updating
The globalization of the marketplace for information technology services and products makes it likely that ICS graduates will work in multicultural settings or be employed by companies with extensive international operations or customer bases.
The goal of the concentration is to help students develop and integrate knowledge of the history, language, and culture of a country or geographic region outside the United States, through course work both at UCI and an international host campus, followed by a technology-related internship in the host country.
All students should check the Double Major Restrictions Chart and view our information page on double majoring to see what degree programs are eligible for double majoring.
The ICS Honors Program provides selected upper-division students an opportunity to carry out a research project under the direction of a faculty member in the School.
, are awarded to approximately the top 16 percent of the graduating seniors.
A general criterion is that a student must have completed at least 72 units in residence at the University of California.
The student’s cumulative record at the end of the final quarter is the basis for consideration of awarding Latin Honors. in Software Engineering Bioinformatics Digital Information Systems Health Informatics Informatics Information and Computer Science Statistics Visit the ICS Student Affairs Office website for Majors and Minors restrictions and Double Major Restrictions.
The basis of the undergraduate programs are a set of fundamental courses in mathematics and computer science, supplemented by general education courses from other academic disciplines. Students interested in changing their major to one offered by the School should contact the ICS Student Affairs Office for more information and assistance.Eligible students participate in the ICS Honors Seminar (), which provides an introduction to the range of current faculty research.Each student then affiliates with an ICS faculty advisor who agrees to supervise a minimum of two quarters of research.The Office of Access and Inclusion was created in 2014 as a joint initiative between ICS and UCI’s Samueli School of Engineering to support the recruitment, retention, and graduation of undergraduate and graduate students from populations underrepresented in engineering and computer science.The School is also an active partner of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), whose overarching goal is parity in the professional information technology workforce, and a committed BRAID (Building, Recruiting And Inclusion for Diversity) Institution, working to increase the percentage of women and students of color majoring in computer science.