University Of California, Santa Barbara

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The University of California, Santa Barbara is a public research university in Santa Barbara, California. It is one of the 10 campuses of the University of California system.
 
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The University of California, Santa Barbara is a public research university in Santa Barbara, California. It is one of the 10 campuses of the University of California system.
 
International Student Eligibility
Studying USA Details
Average Admission Exam Scores TOEFL: 78 , IELTS: 6.5 , PTE: 54 , GRE: 299 , GMAT: 500 , SAT: 1073 ,
 
Courses
  1. Anthropology
  2. Art
  3. Asian American Studies
  4. Biomolecular Science and Engineering
  5. Biological Sciences see Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology and Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
  6. Black Studies
  7. Chemistry and Biochemistry
  8. Chicano Studies
  9. Classics
  10. Communication
  11. Comparative Literature (PROGRAM)
  12. Dance
  13. Earth Science (formerly Geological Sciences)
  14. East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies
  15. Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology
  16. Economics
  17. English
  18. English for Multilingual Students
  19. Environmental Studies
  20. Exercise & Sport Studies, Department of
  21. Feminist Studies, Department of
  22. Film and Media Studies
  23. French and Italian
  24. Geography
  25. Germanic and Slavic Studies
  26. Global and International Studies
  27. History
  28. History of Art and Architecture
  29. Interdisciplinary Studies (See Catalog)
  30. Interdisciplinary Courses (See Catalog)
  31. Jewish Studies (PROGRAM)
  32. Latin American and Iberian Studies (PROGRAM)
  33. Linguistics
  34. Marine Science
  35. Mathematics
  36. Media Arts and Technology
  37. Medieval Studies (PROGRAM)
  38. Middle East Studies
  39. Military Science (ROTC)
  40. Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
  41. Music
  42. Philosophy
  43. Physics
  44. Political Science
  45. Psychological & Brain Sciences
  46. Religious Studies
  47. Renaissance Studies (PROGRAM)
  48. Sociology
  49. Spanish and Portuguese
  50. Speech and Hearing Sciences
  51. Statistics and Applied Probability
  52. Theater
  53. Writing Program