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UC Davis College of Letters and Science
In 1959, UC Davis was designated a comprehensive general campus. That same year, Letters and Science achieved independent status, becoming a full-fledged college. Composed of 14 majors and 70 faculty members, the college rapidly became a significant educational force. The UC Davis College of Letter and Science now has over 11,000 students, 600 faculties, and offers more than 50 degrees in over 25 different scholarly fields.
U.S. News & World Report consistently gives top rating to the college's graduate programs, recently ranking fine arts 10th among public and private universities in the country. Graduate programs in international economics ranked 5th, economics 12th, history 13th, English 14th, sociology 17th, psychology 19th and political science 23rd among the country's public universities.
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