The Integrated Science Curriculum (ISC) is a gateway program for students who want to study the foundations of science in an integrated, active-learning environment. The ISC integrates biological sciences, physics, chemistry, calculus, statistics, and computer science. Students can enjoy small classes and close interactions with peers and top research faculty while learning the foundations of physical, mathematical, and life science in Virginia Tech's new SCALE-UP active-learning classroom.
ISC students will be uniquely prepared not only for traditional majors in the College of Science, but also emerging interdisciplinary degrees and programs that are currently under development (nanoscience, neuroscience, computational science, and systems biology).
Scieneering: Learning, Discovery, and Engagement at the Intersections of Science, Engineering, and the Law
Spring 2013 Department of Chemistry (2 credits)
CHEM 4074 & MSE 4544
Time & Day: Tuesdays 1:25 - 5:15 PM
Instructors: Timothey E. Long and Eugene Joseph
Laboratory in Polymer Science (PDF | 286KB)
COS 4304 - Patent Law (CRN 12079)
Time & Location: Fridays 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. / 3:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Instructor: Kimbley Muller
(Prerequisites COS 2304)
COS 4314 - Current Topics in Science, Technology and Law (CRN 17794)
Time & Location: Tuesdays 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Instructor: Anna-Marion Bieri
(Prerequisites COS 2304, COS 4304, or COS 4324)
A new course for Undergraduate Students for Fall 2012 / Spring 2013
Timothy Long, Ph.D.
College of Science