This course explores religions in the cultural and historical contexts. It examines the role religion plays in transnationalism and globalization, the performance of rites and rituals, and cultural expressions related to religions belief.
This class seeks to familiarize students with various machine learning techniques for classification, regression, and dimensionality reduction, as well as a modern statistical view of machine learning.
This online open course helps prepare science and mathematics teachers to take the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). Lesson topics include plane Euclidean geometry, three-dimensional geometry, probability, and statistics.
UC - Irvine's CSET Mathematics III course prepares students to take the California Subject Examinations for Teachers. This course includes study in trigonometry, limits and continuity, integrals and applications, and sequences and series.
This module prepares students for the astronomy section of the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). It covers the stars, phases of the moon, the solar system, astronomical instruments, and more.
This module helps prepare students for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). It includes an introduction to ecology, energy flow in an ecosystem, biogeochemical cycles in ecosystems, and more.
The heat transfer and thermodynamics course is the third step in UC-Irvine's CSET preparatory module. It covers the history of thermodynamics, conservation of energy, heat transfer and changes in temperature, and conduction.
This chapter of the CSET preparatory course covers chemical compounds found in living organisms, structure and function of molecules in living organisms, the definition and source of protein, respiration, and photosynthesis.
This course offers instruction in the functions and impact of business analysts. It includes study in process modeling, quality management and testing, the role of the business analyst, and business case analysis.
UC-Irvine's fundamentals of clinical trials open course offers an overview of the trial process. Topics covered include study site selection, financial controls, timelines, proper informed consent, Good Clinical Practices compliance, HIPAA, and FDA regulations.
Students of this course are introduced to a number of issues confronting policy makers and international organizations. Topics covered include terrorism, globalization, development, ethnic conflict, environmental degradation, and the energy crisis.
The international studies course provides a brief political history of Iraq, analyzes the country's economic development, considers the affect external forces have had on society, and give students the perspective to understand other countries that are in or post-conflict.
This course is for those who want to improve their international business English communication skills. Students learn about business communication in the U.S. and internationally, and they may learn cross-cultural communications skills for professional settings.
This is a graduate course that discusses the modern methods used in structure determination of organic modules, including ultraviolet, chiroptical, infrared, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
Students of this course learn about how water is a political, social, economic, and environmental challenge. The course provides basic knowledge about the physical aspects of water supply, the evolution of water policy, and the importance of water to health.
Could Superman really fly? What's the science behind Wonder Woman's invisible jet? This course explores how science works and presents case studies from people's experiences, such as from movies or real world issues like global warming.
UC - Irvine's spa and hospitality operations course offers instruction in the relationship between design concepts and real-time operations, the functional area of the front of a house, and identify the revenue-producing areas of a spa.