Established in 1903, the University of California, San Diego is an open research university associated with the AAU. The UC Regents approved the degree programs offered by the university in the field of Science and Technology in 1956. UCSD is part of the statewide University of California system, along with other 9 semi-autonomous public institutions. UCSD includes 3 graduate colleges, 2 medical centers, and 6 undergraduate schools.
The undergraduate program comprises about 125 courses categorized into 6 departments, namely Engineering, Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Social Science, Mathematics and Arts, and Humanities. Moreover, the field of Engineering and Computer Science became the most significant degree programs offered by the university. These are amongst the top courses in the academic structure of the university. In addition, the curriculum involves around 100 specialized and professional certificate programs. The university is accredited by the WASC.
Area – 1,976 Acres
No. of campuses – 1
Research Funding – $1.35 billion (FY 2019)