A central goal of the Integrated Science Program is to provide students with an understanding of the key ways in which disciplines in STEM overlap and to promote cohesion in the study of these disciplines. As such, Integrated Science students take courses in a variety of disciplines such as math, physics and astronomy, chemistry, biological sciences, computer science, neuroscience, and earth and planetary sciences. ISP students learn to appreciate the interconnectedness of these fields, that are often treated disparately, and learn to think both critically and broadly.
Students may learn more about the ISP curriculum here. For specific course descriptions, please see the respective departmental catalogs at the links below: