Integrated Science is an interdisciplinary first-year program that is designed around the connections between scientific disciplines. You will gain full-year credits in biology, chemistry, physics, and calculus. Unique course codes identify that you were part of Integrated Science on your university transcript:
- ISCI 1101 and 1102 Integrated Science (Biology)
- ISCI 1210 Integrated Science (Chemistry)
- ISCI 1310 Integrated Science (Physics)
- ISCI 1401 and 1402 Integrated Science (Mathematics)
For more details on course logistics, you can read through the 2019-20 ISCI syllabus and program description.
You will join your Integrated Science professors and peers on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings in an innovative classroom designed to promote learning and collaboration. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, you may also be in the lab acquiring fundamental laboratory skills. For weeks where labs are scheduled to run, you typically will have two labs per week.