There are several classes that could be considered the epitome of UC Davis:
|ABT 49||Field Equipment Operation||2 units||Pass/No Pass only|
|a.k.a "Tractor Driving"|
|ANS 1||Introduction to Animal Science||4 units||GE Credit: SciEng, Writing|
|Learn all about livestock while perfecting your sheep-flipping and cow/goat-milking skills!|
|FST 3||Introduction to Brewing and Beer||3 units||GE Credit: SciEng|
|FST 10||Food, Folklore, & Health||3 units|
|You can also take this class in Spain on UCD Summer Abroad|
|MUS 106||History of Rock||4 units||GE Credit: ArtHum|
|NUT 10||Discoveries and Concepts in Nutrition||3 units||GE Credit: SciEng|
|PLS 5||Plants Gard, Orch & Land||2 units|
|Harvesting your own vegetables (formerly PLB 1)|
|PLP 40||Edible Mushroom Cultivation||2 units|
|VEN 3||Introduction to Winemaking||3 units||GE Credit: SciEng or SocSci|
|HDE 12||Human Sexuality||3 units||GE Credit: DIV|
|HIS 111 Series||Ancient History||4 units / 3 classes||GE Credit: ArtHum|
No it's not just you; for the love of god, please delete them!
"What makes His 111 unique is not the material but the man. Stylianos Spyridakis is a legend."
I agree. This should be a list of notable, rather than unique, UCD classes. I doubt there are many (any?) courses with truly unique content. HIS 111 is absolutely "classic" when Spiro teaches it. —JonathanLawton
Is it just me, or has this list gone beyond what it was intended to be? I'm not sure HDE 12, HIS 111, or MUS 106 can be considered uniquely representative of UC Davis. HDE 12 and HIS 111, for example, could be found in almost any college in this country.