Create your own degree in science

The Integrated Sciences specialization allows you to create your own unique degree. We offer extensive and careful advice on your curriculum choices and overall educational objectives. Our core interdisciplinary (ISCI) courses are taught by highly rated instructors, and Integrated Sciences faculty mentors stay in touch with students throughout and often after their degree. The opportunities and responsibilities of creating your own individualized degree are significant.

News & Events

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    Registration (FAQ)

    June 10, 2024

    Answers to common questions the Integrated Sciences office has received regarding registration read more

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    Dr. Denise Gabriel awarded Killam Teaching Prize

    May 28, 2024

    Congratulations to Dr. Denise Gabriel from Integrated Sciences on being honored with the prestigious Killam Teaching Prize at last night's graduation ceremony. This recognition acknowledges exceptional teaching excellence and is truly well-deserved!  read more

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    2024 Grad Composite

    May 27, 2024

    The 2023/2024 Integrated Sciences class composite is ready! Click here to download a copy. read more

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    Workday Replaces the Student Service Centre (SSC)

    May 22, 2024

    UBC has replaced the Student Service Centre with Workday. Course registration for the 2024/25 academic year starting Sep 1, 2024 takes place in Workday.Science Advising has posted some information on Workday student to help you get started and navigate through the new platform:https://science.ubcread more

Current Students

Accepted into Integrated Sciences? Current students in the Integrated Sciences program can visit here to keep track of their degree and major requirements.

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Courses

To graduate, Integrated Sciences students must complete at least 7 'ISCI core' course credits. Integrated Sciences currently offers the following ISCI core courses.

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Apply

Decided you want to apply to Integrated Sciences? Visit here for next steps on how to apply at the end of your first year or transfer to Integrated Sciences from another discipline.

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Support Integrated Sciences

By supporting Integrated Sciences, you are demonstrating your belief in knowledge, research and education, and helping to inspire people, ideas and actions for a better world. Specifically donations to Integrated Sciences subsidize the ISCI 361/461 field courses making these experiential learning opportunities more accessible to Integrated Sciences students.

Musqueam First Nation land acknowledegement

UBC Science acknowledges that the UBC Point Grey campus is situated on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm.

Learn more: Musqueam First Nation

Integrated Sciences

Leonard S. Klinck Building
464-6356 Agricultural Road V6T 1Z2
E-mail intsci@science.ubc.ca

Faculty of Science

Office of the Dean, Earth Sciences Building
2178–2207 Main Mall
Vancouver, BC Canada
V6T 1Z4
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