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College and Career Project

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Erin Beerer

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At UCR they offer 17 intercollegiate sports including:
Fall: cross country (m&w), soccer (m&w), volleyball (w)
Winter: basketball (m&w), indoor track & field (m&w)
Spring: baseball, softball, golf (m&w), tennis (m&w), outdoor track & field (m&w)
Aside from the intercollegiate sports, there are many others offered at the inermural and club level at the rec center.
Campus Highlights
Academic Programs
Financial Profile
Student Life
Contact Info.
University of California, Riverside
financial aid office
community and city
area activities
course of
freshman year
clubs and organizations
sports offered
admissions office
testing center
Job Description
working conditions
Occupational Outlook
Career Highlights
starting salary
average salary
top salary
Growth Potential
advancement opportunities
Alternative Careers
Personal Interview
contact info.
900 University Ave.
Riverside, Ca 92521
2010-2011 Academic Year Estimated Costs for Undergraduate Students*
With Parents University Housing Off Campus

Fees*: $11,655 $11,655 $11,655
Room/Board: 4,350 11,600 9,600
Books/Supplies: 1,800 1,800 1,800
Transportation: 1,950 1,350 2,100
Personal Expenses: 1,850 1,750 2,050
Total: $21,605 $28,155 $27,205
On http://www.riversideca.gov/sg/ there is a students guide that breaks down the surrounding area of Riverside into: restaurants, shopping, entertainment,parks and recreation, faith-based organizations, seasonal events, important websites, and the RTA routes to get you to and from.
UCR offers nearly 200 clubs and organizations including fraternities and sororities.
For the Neuroscience Undergraduate Program, the freshman year would require you to take a couse in the following subjects: chemistry, math, biology, english, and humanities/social sciences.
The College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences offers minor programs. The department, program, or interdisciplinary committee offering the minor is responsible for student and administrative issues pertaining to the minor. Students must file a declaration of a minor by filing a petition with the College's Student Affairs Office at least two quarters before graduation and must be in good academic standing at the time of filing. A minor requires the signature of the department chair or chair of the faculty committee which supervises the minor and the signature of the Associate Dean.
UCR Financial Aid
2106 Student Services Building
Tel: (951) 827-3878
Fax: (951) 827-5619
E-mail: finaid@ucr.edu
3595 Canyon Crest Drive
Riverside, CA 92507
Phone (951) 827-6350
Fax (951) 827-3807
Email housinginfo@ucr.edu
Counseling Center
Veitch Student Center
North Wing
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA 92521-0320
Phone: (951) 827-5531
Fax: (951) 827-2015
Undergraduate Admissions
3106 Student Services Building
Tel: (951) 827-3411
Fax: (951) 827-6344
E-mail: admit@ucr.edu
Race/Ethnicity (US Citizens and Immigrants)
African American / Black: 1336, 7.9%
American Indian / Alaskan Native: 63, 0.4%
Asian / Pacific Islander: 6,785, 39.9%
Hispanic: 4,907, 28.9%
White: 2,881, 17.0%
International: 261, 1.5%
Race/Ethnicity Unknown: 763, 4.5%
Undergraduate Profile
Total Number of full-time Undergraduate Students (Fall 2009): 16,515
Gender Number Percent
Women 8,650 52%
Men 7,865 48%
Fall 2008 Applicants, Admits and Enrollees
Q1: How did you become interested in this field?
A: He felt that it was a safe career to pursue because there would always be a demand for doctors. At the time of his education he was living in Pakistan and there were only 3 neurologists there. He had an interest in the subject and said that he was bad at math.
Q2: What college did you go to? Major/Minor?
A: He attended a college in Pakistan called Adamjee Science College. He graduated 4th in his class. Major-biology Minor-physics and chemistry
Q3: How many years did it take you to complete your education?
A: 10 yr. school, 2yr. college, 5 yr. medical, 1 yr. intern, 2 yr. research, 4 yr. residence, 2 yr. fellowship
Q4: Did you ever reconsider your career choice? If so, why?
A: Yes because of the long hours and the amount of responsibility that you have being in this profession.
Q5: What made you want to start a private practice?
A: It is illegal for hospitals to have a physician, and in California it is a style to have your own private practice.
Q6: During schooling and residency, were you able to maintain personal relationships?
A: NO, he said that he was always on call and when he was not on call he was reading.
Q7: If you could have changed something during your educational years to make it easier, what would it be?
A: He said that he would not have done anything different to make it easier because then it would make it him less deserving of it and it would be less gratifying in the end if he had taken a short cut.
Q8: Does your practice interfere with your personal life?
A: Yes, the hours are not always bad but they never seem to end. Every 3rd week he is on call and may go 3 days sometimes without seeing his son.
Q9: What are the hours that you put into an average day?
A: 9:30a.m.-5p.m. and on call every 3rd week
Q10: Financially, what you put into your career do you feel it was worth it?
A: He did not put much money at all into his education because he went to school in Pakistan and if the government feels that you are deserving of the education then they will pay for it.
Castle Park, Galleries, Theaters, Museums, Parks, The Beach, Mountains, Disneyland
The Neuroscience major offers upper-division courses which contribute to an academic program emphasizing the functioning of nervous systems at the molecular, cellular, system, behavioral, and cognitive levels. Some of the topics covered include neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and neurochemistry in human and other animals; neural mechanisms underlying sensory system function and perception; neural organization of behavior; development of the nervous system; and neural mechanisms of learning and memory.
Both a B.A. and a B.S. degree are offered by each college.
Animal Behaviorist
Artificial Intelligence Researcher
Cognitive Psychologist
Computational Neuroscience
Developmental Psychologist
Educational Psychologist
Occupational Therapist
Physical Therapist
Physiological Psychologist
Psychiatric Technician
Public Health
Research Associate/Assistant/Technician
Speech Therapist
For a full understanding of the Internship Program they suggest an Internship Orientation . A Virtual Orientation is also available if scheduling conflicts prevent you from attending. At the orientation, information covered will include: the benefits of an internship, how to locate an internship using SCOTjobs (an online database), how to document your experience, how to receive academic credit if desired, and how to obtain evaluations or recommendations from internship employers.
Intern Program Contact Information
Jose Sanchez, 951.827.2827
Internship Coordinator, Employer Relations
Study mental processes and human behavior by observing, interpreting, and recording how people and other animals relate to one another and the environment. To do this, psychologists often look for patterns that will help them understand and predict behavior using scientific methods, principles, or procedures to test their ideas.
Work environments vary by subfield and place of employment. For example, clinical, school, and counseling psychologists in private practice frequently have their own offices and set their own hours. However, they usually offer evening and weekend hours to accommodate their clients. Those employed in hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities may work shifts that include evenings and weekends, and those who work in schools and clinics generally work regular daytime hours. Most psychologists in government and industry have structured schedules.
A master's or doctoral degree (5 yr.), and a license, are required for most psychologists. A doctoral degree is usually required for independent practice as a psychologist. Psychologists with a Ph.D. or Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) qualify for a wide range of teaching, research, clinical, and counseling positions in universities, healthcare services, elementary and secondary schools, private industry, and government. Psychologists with a doctoral degree often work in clinical positions or in private practices, but they also sometimes teach, conduct research, or carry out administrative responsibilities.
Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Schools, Private Practices, Healthcare Facilities, Correctional Facilities, Law Enforcement, and Faculty Positions at High Schools & Colleges
The middle 50 percent earned between $48,700 and $82,800. (May 2008)
The lowest 10 percent earned less than $37,900. (May 2008)
The highest 10 percent earned more than $106,840. (May 2008)
Employment of psychologists is expected to grow as fast as average. Job prospects should be the best for people who have a doctoral degree from a leading university in an applied specialty, such as counseling or health, and those with a specialist or doctoral degree in school psychology. Master's degree holders in fields other than industrial-organizational psychology will face keen competition. Opportunities will be limited for bachelor's degree holders. Psychologists can improve their advancement opportunities by earning an advanced degree and by participation in continuing education. Many psychologists opt to start their own private practice after gaining experience working in the field.
Campus Safety Escort Service: provides secure escorts to your car or campus destination. Sunday-Thursday, dusk to midnight. Call (951) 827-3772, or use a CSES telephone.
Child Development Center: provides a safe, nurturing environment for the children (ages 4 months-kindergarten) of UCR students, staff and faculty.
Ethnic & Gender Program Offices: feature student support services, community involvement, multi-cultural events, and leadership training that allows students to engage in cultural growth and development and build the skills needed to lead and succeed in a diverse world.
The UCR Campus Store: is your official store for UCR merchandise and textbooks. It’s the only place where you’ll find the complete booklist for all your classes. Check out CompUCR section to shop for electronics, computers, software, and supplies. Stop in or order online!
Student Special Services: they promote students' independence, self-advocacy and development. Resources include: services for students with disabilities, veterans' educational benefits, voter registration, ROTC referral, and Selective Service information.
College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences B.S. Breadth Requirements:
English (12 Units)
Humanities (12 Units): World History, Creative Writing, Art History
Social Sciences (12 Units): Economics, Psychology, Sociology
Ethnic Studies (4 Units)
Biological Sciences (4 Units): Entomology
Mathematics (4 Units): Mathematics
Physical Sciences (4 Units): Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology
None of the courses had the times listed.
Kaleem Uddin, M.D.
36243 Inland Valley Drive, Suite 210
Wildomar, Ca 92595
Telephone: (951) 677-2300
the locations of a job can range from schools, to hospitals, to private practices, to correctional facilities so they will not be localized in a general area of demand
Opportunities directly related to psychology will be limited for bachelor's degree holders. Some may find jobs as assistants in rehabilitation centers or in other jobs involving data collection and analysis. Those who meet State certification requirements may become high school psychology teachers.
CSUMentor. Web. 05 May 2010. <http://www.csumentor.edu>.
Works Cited
"Psychologists." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Web. 05 May 2010. <http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos056.htm#earnings>.
The Learning Center
Room 156, First Floor 380 Surge Building
Tel: (951) 827-3721
E-mail: martha.castleman@ucr.edu
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