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Coming from a small town, Homer has taken full advantage of all that Irvine has to offer, from the beach, to Disneyland, to kayaking at night.

"One of my first involvements on campus was the Frisbee team. I made a lot of friends, including some upperclassmen who helped guide me through my freshman year."Homer Ochoa, Class of 2020

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Important Deadlines & Events:

  • July 1, 2018

    Official final transcripts (high school transcripts must include a graduation date) are due to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

  • July 15, 2018

    Official AP/IB (freshman) test scores are due to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

  • September 15, 2018

    Official transcripts for summer courses taken at any colleges and universities are due to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

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More Than 80 Areas of Study

From diverse sciences and law, to arts and education, we offer a stellar line-up of programs taught by world-class professors who provide guidance and support for tomorrow’s leaders.

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  • Computer Game Science

    Computer Game Science


    The Computer Game Science major combines computer science with designing, building, and understanding computer games in addition to hands-on experience creating a variety of games.

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  • Criminology, Law and Society

    Criminology, Law and Society


    The Criminology, Law and Society major teaches students why we have the laws we have, laws’ unintended consequences, who violates the law and why, and how communities respond to crime.

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