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Undergraduate Calendar 2017-2018

Honours Integrated Science I


Enrolment in this program is limited.

Program Notes


  1. As places in the Honours Integrated Science program are limited to approximately 60 students, admission is by selection, and possession of published minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.
  2. The University reserves the right to grant admission to a limited number of students and to refuse readmission to any student whose academic performance or general conduct has been unsatisfactory, or who has withdrawn from the program for a period in excess of one academic year.
  3. All Level I Integrated Science students may be asked to complete an online orientation course prior to the start of classes in September. The course will serve to review and consolidate material covered by the secondary school math and science curriculum and will be especially valuable to those who have not completed one of Grade 12 Biology U, Chemistry U or Physics U.
  4. WHMIS 1A00 , a one-hour mandatory on-line Introduction to Health and Safety course, is a co-requisite to ISCI 1A24 A/B  and must be completed prior to the first lab.
  5. BIOSAFE 1BS0 , a mandatory on-line introduction to bio-safety lab training, is a co-requisite to ISCI 1A24 A/B  and must be completed prior to the first lab.
  6. The Geography and Environmental Sciences Concentration requires completion of two additional Level I GEOG courses, which must be completed by the end of Level II.
  7. ISCI students, completing a concentration, are eligible to obtain a maximum of one minor, provided that the subject area is not integral to the requirements of the concentration. ISCI students not completing a concentration may be eligible for up to two minors provided that, for each minor, at least 12 units (above Level I) is elective to the degree. All students should consult the Academic Program Advisor.

Requirements: 30 Units


6 units


  • Electives (See Program Notes 6 and 7 above.)