UCSB Professional Writing Minor Overview The Professional Writing Minor is an opportunity for undergraduates to expand their communication skills through two capstone courses and a writing internship during their senior year.
Writing Program Visit the UCSB Career Services Careers by Major series for help choosing a major and to browse career options based on the majors below. College of Letters and Science
In the UCSB Writing Program, students study and practice writing in academic, civic, and professional contexts. Undergraduate courses focus on study of and practice with writing expected by different audiences.
The College of Letters & Science, the main undergraduate school at UC Santa Barbara, is the largest center of teaching, learning, and research at UCSB, and the only school on campus offering a comprehensive liberal arts education.
College advisors, including pre-professional advisors for students interested in the health sciences or law, and peer advisors meet with students individually and in groups, helping them to develop, assess, and fulfill their academic plans.
Academic Programs Skip to navigation In collaboration with faculty and staff from across campus, the College of Letters and Science offer programs that focus on academic and professional experiences that will help undergraduate students succeed at UCSB and beyond.
* Declaration of the Individual and Interdisciplinary Studies majors is subject to the approval of the Executive Committee of the College of Letters and Science. ** Admission to this major is contingent upon successful completion of all courses in preparation for the major with the designated grade-point average.
Writing 109HP is a useful course for writing personal statements and should be taken closer to when you apply. Mathematics or Statistics (not required for all schools) Most medical schools expect students to demonstrate strong quantitative skills by completing math and stats courses at college.
When writing a letter for professional purposes, an appropriate greeting is extremely important. Your greeting sets the tone for your letter, and is an indicator of your written communication skills .
The Laboratory for Aggregate Economics and Finance (LAEF) at the University of California, Santa Barbara is please to host the Trade in Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium Models conference at the Upham Hotel Garden room located at 1404 De La Vina Street in Santa Barbara. The event will be held on Thursday, November 15 and Friday, November 16.