U.S. college degree audit U.C.D. audit results
An audit of the University of California, Davis’ degree-granting programs found that some of its programs were not delivering on their promise.
The audit was conducted by the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, a U.K.-based agency.
It is the third of its kind since 2013.
It also is the result of a complaint from the American Association of University Professors.
The complaint alleges that the University System of California’s admissions and admissions committees have failed to follow U.
Cs. code of ethics and policies.
The report is a result of years of research that led to the creation of the UCSD program.
The program was created in response to a crisis at the University in the late 1990s and early 2000s, when it was accused of violating a federal law against child labor.
The UC system is one of only a handful of public universities that accepts the admission of children under the age of 18 from around the world.
In 2016, it was awarded a $1.4 billion contract to educate 1.3 million children in the U-20s and U-23s, the youngest cohort of international students.
The university says it has more than a million students from around 70 countries and has nearly 400 foreign students.