Posted August 06, 2018 04:04:00 The University of California system has awarded three Ph.

D. degrees to six students.

The Ph.d. program, which began in May 2019, was part of the university’s College of Letters and Science’s (CLS) College of Engineering in Los Angeles.

Three of the six students, including a third-year Ph.

D. candidate, are expected to be the first to take their Ph.

Ds.

The university also awarded the program a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and computer science.

The students are expected graduate in 2020, when the first semester of their degrees will be over.

One of the students, Andrew L. Pappas, a doctoral candidate in electrical and computer engineering, received his degree on Aug. 4, 2018.

The other two students, John D. and Stephanie J. Wojciechowski, are completing their Ph, D.s in electrical & computer engineering in the fall of 2019.

The three students who are in the program are both from California and are expected earn a degree in engineering and a master’s in electrical or computer engineering.

The degree, which has not yet been awarded, will be awarded to a student who is selected to compete in the 2019 C.E.E./E.M. competition.