B.Sc. General (15.0 credits)
Detailed programs in ISI are constructed and approved on an individual basis. All ISI General programs adhere to the following structure.
1. Science Sequence (6.0 credits included in the Major CGPA):
1. 0.5 credit in INSC 3909 ;
2. 1.5 credits from the Faculty of Science at the 3000-level or above;
3. 3.0 credits from the Faculty of Science at the 2000-level or above;
4. 1.0 credit from the Faculty of Science at the 2000-level (may include up to 1.0 credit 1000-level computer science)
2. Non-Science Sequence (3.0 credits included in the Major CGPA):
5. 3.0 credits in an area selected from outside the Faculty of Science;
3. Additional Requirements (6.0 credits):
6. 1.0 credit in MATH 1007 and MATH 1107;
7. 2.0 credits from BIOL 1003, BIOL 1004, CHEM 1000 , ERTH 1006, ERTH 1007, PHYS 1007, PHYS 1008 ;
8. 2.0 credits from Science, Mathematics, Arts and Social Sciences, Public Affairs, Computer Science or Engineering;
9. 1.0 credit in free electives;
Note: at least 2.0 credits in Items 1 to 9 above must be chosen from the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences or Public Affairs.
Technology, Society, Environment Studies (TSES) courses are considered Non-Science credits.
English as a Second Language (ESLA) courses are accepted in Items 8 and 9 only.
In IS programs, all Technology, Society, Environment (TSE) Studies courses are considered Non-Science credits.
The following engineering courses may be used to fulfil the Faculty of Science course requirements if they were taken while the student was registered in the Bachelor of Engineering program: CIVE 2101, ENVE 2002, ENVE 3004, ENVE 4003, ELEC 2501, ELEC 2507, ELEC 3909, ECOR 1606, MAAE 2101, MAAE 2300, MAAE 2400, SYSC1100, SYSC 1101, SYSC 1102, SYSC 2001, SYSC 2002, SYSC 2003, SYSC 2004, SYSC 2100, SYSC 3001, SYSC 3006, SYSC 3100, SYSC 3200.
Science and the Arts
Developed by the student in consultation with an Integrated Science Adviser, offers a breadth of scientific and humanistic knowledge in an individualized but coherent program that instills the literacy, critical, analytical and problem solving skills that can only be acquired through the study of both the sciences and the humanities and social sciences.
Required Courses (5.0 credits):
1. 1.5 credit in PHIL 2001, PHIL 2900 [1.0];
2. 1.0 credit in ENGL;
3. 2.5 credits in Arts.