Two UCSC Summer Session Courses Available at Silicon Valley Campus

Open enrollment is underway for UC Santa Cruz Summer Session, which offers a broad range of classes and online courses across multiple departments.

Summer Session Students at TableThis year, two courses are available at the UC Santa Cruz Silicon Valley campus. These are 100% UCSC Summer Session courses and credit and are not affiliated with UCSC University Extension (UNEX).

These courses are utilizing the UCSC Silicon Valley Campus, so it's convenient for Bay Area slugs, visiting students, high school scholars or community members. In addition to small class sizes, the UCSC Silicon Valley Campus offers free parking, and there is a Whole Foods market just across the street.

CMPE 107 - Probability and Statistics for Engineers

Session 1, June 26-July 28
Tues/Thurs 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Instructor: Alexandre Brandwajn

Course description:
Introduction to fundamental tools of stochastic analysis. Probability, conditional probability; Bayes Theorem; random variables and transforms; independence; Bernnoulli trials. Statistics, inference from limited data; outcomes of repeated experiments; applications to design; assessment of relative frequency and probability; law of large numbers; precision of measurements. Elements of stochastic processes, Poisson processes; Markov chains. Students cannot receive credit for this course and Applied Mathematics and Statistics 131. (Formerly Mathematical Methods of Systems Analysis: Stochastic.) Prerequisite(s): 16 or 16H and Mathematics 22 or 23A. (General Education Code(s): SR.)

PHIL 9 - Introduction to Logic

Session 1, June 26-July 28
Tues/Thurs 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Instructor: Aaron Franklin

Course description:
A first course in symbolic deductive logic. Major topics include (but are not limited to) the study of systems of sentential logic and predicate logic, including formal deduction, semantics, and translation from natural to symbolic languages. (General Education Code(s): MF, IH, Q.)

Current UCSC students enroll in Summer Session through their portal (like Fall/Winter/Spring), visiting and high schools students need to register at