Since its foundation in 1905, UC Davis has grown to a prestigious public research university, especially in the arts, humanities, environmental science, life and health sciences, agricultural science and engineering disciplines.
UC Davis is one of the nation's top public research universities and is part of the world's pre-eminent public university system. The campus is located in the heart of the Central Valley, close to the state capital and San Francisco Bay Area. As one of the last "small-town universities," we value our close relationships on campus and within the Davis community.
At UC Davis we offer more than 110 undergraduate majors and 70-plus graduate programs. Education delivery are performed in several colleges – the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, the College of Engineering, the College of Letters and Science and the College of Biological Sciences. Moreover, UC Davis includes five professional schools – the School of Education, the School of Law, the Graduate School of Management, the School of Medicine and the School of Veterinary Medicine. Many of our programs are nationally ranked.
US Davis offers online courses and certificates for those who can’t always relocate or adjust their schedule to advance their career or to supplement your personal growth. Online Learning allows you to achieve your goals at home, on the road or while traveling – without disrupting your lifestyle.
In actual fact, Online Learning is very similar to learning in a classroom setting. You mentor will guide you through the course. You will have the opportunity to interact with your classmates, to participate in class activities and have assigned homework. But as communication is achieved online, you will have more responsibility for you own learning.
US Davis is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities (WASCSR).
US Davis is pleased to provide its students with Financial Aid. The type of funding a student receives is determined by a variety of factors that may include financial aid eligibility, income level, student status, and/or grade point average. The types of aid that may be offered are: Scholarships, Grants, Loans, and Work-Study.