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What is the General Catalogue?
The UCI General Catalogue is an annual publication from the University of California, Irvine, and constitutes the University’s document of record. It includes a plethora of useful content, including course descriptions; curriculum, degree, and graduation requirements; fee information; lists of faculty and administrative staff; and more.
The Catalogue publishes every July. For more information, click here.
I’m looking for….
To view courses offered by a particular School, Department, or Program, select a School or Program from the list of on the left of every Catalogue page. Then, click on the tab labeled “Courses” at the top of the page, under the header.
For information for prospective students, including undergraduate and graduate admissions, transfer student services, financial aid, tuition, and more, visit the Information for Prospective Students section.
Information on a Specific Degree, Major, or Minor
Click on the Degrees/Majors Offered link at the top of the Catalogue, in the yellow navigation bar. There, you’ll find options to view Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees, or a page with all degrees in one chart.
For more detailed information on a specific degree, major, or minor, visit the School, Department, or Program section that houses that major or minor. There, you’ll find a list of required coursework and guidance on how to plan a program of study.
A Previous Edition of the General Catalogue
Previous editions of the General Catalogue can be found here. Also, when on any Catalogue page, scroll to the bottom of the list on the left-hand side. Previous Catalogue Editions is the second-to-last link in the list. Most previous Catalogue editions are available, however, if you don’t see the edition you need on the list, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Hard Copy of the Catalogue
UCI stopped printing hard copies of the General Catalogue in 2011. If you’re looking for a Catalogue page from a previous year, and you don’t want the online version, you can download a PDF. View the General Catalogue archive here.