Biology—Biology 195, 210 (from major), 215 or 216; 225, 227, or 314; one additional unit in biology (200-level or above) selected with departmental approval; Chemistry 121 (from major).
Chemistry—Chemistry 121, 123 (from major); 206, 211, 301 (with prerequisite of Mathematics 141 or equivalent) or 337.
Geology—Geology 103, 115 (from major); 101, two units (200-level or above) selected with departmental approval.
Physics—Physics 105, 115, 116 (from major); 102 or 245; 205; Geology 101.
Students seeking elementary certification with a major in integrated science are required to consult with the Education Department and meet admission requirements to the teacher education program (TEP). Certification in elementary education requires 14 units of additional course work and often necessitates a ninth semester for student teaching. Students completing an integrated science major fulfill the certification requirement for a science course with a laboratory as part of the requirements for the major.