University of California Center Sacramento (UCCS)

Nature of Research/Program Description: 

UC Center Sacramento is the University of California’s teaching, research and public-service site located one block from the State Capitol Building. Operated by UC Davis, UCCS offers distinctive academic programs in public policy to students from throughout the university’s 10-campus system. These two programs provide students with an opportunity to study through seminars and internships in and around the state Capitol. Internships can involve research.

Keywords:  off-campus; summer; fall quarter; winter quarter; spring quarter; Sacramento; state government; internship; public policy

Contact: Sheila Rodriguez

Location: 
Off-campus
Location Details: 
Sacramento
Targeted Students: 
Junior or Senior standing by program start date strongly preferred. GPA of 3.0 or above strongly preferred.
Program Time Period: 
Academic Year
Summer
Compensation: 
Academic Credit
Application Deadline: 
Early Nov. for Winter, early Feb. for Spring, late April for summer or Fall. See webpage for actual deadline dates.
Year Began: 
2004
Contact: 
Sheila Rodriguez
Contact Title: 
Internship Adviser, Career Center
Contact Email: 
sheilar@ucsc.edu
Reports/Articles/Videos: 

Go to the UCCS news page.

Major(s): 
Anthropology
Applied Physics
Art
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Bioengineering
Bioinformatics
Biology
Business Management Economics
Chemistry
Classical Studies
Cognitive Science
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Computer Science: Computer Game Design
Earth Sciences
Ecology and Evolution
Economics
Education and Teaching
Electrical Engineering
Environmental Studies
Feminist Studies
Field and Exchange
Film and Digital Media
German Studies
Global Economics
History
History of Art and Visual Culture
Human Biology
Italian Studies
Jewish Studies
Language Studies
Latin American and Latino Studies
Legal Studies
Linguistics
Literature
Marine Biology
Mathematics
Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology
Music
Network and Digital Technology
Neuroscience
Philosophy
Physics
Physics (Astrophysics)
Physics Education
Plant Sciences
Politics
Prelaw
Premedicine
Psychology
Robotics Engineering
Sociology
Technology and Information Management
Theater Arts
Writing