Integrated Science Program

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Integrated Science Program

Learn Science in Months Not Years

Below are some of the classes starting in the next three months.

Beginning on March 5th 2016, ISP classes will no longer be offered in conjunction with Southern California University of Health Sciences in Whittier, CA. A new location in LA will be announced shortly. The Hayward location remains the same. For more information click here.

  • March 5th: Anatomy & Physiology 2, Biology 1, General Psychology, and Organic Chemistry 1
  • April 9th: Anatomy & Physiology 1, Biology 2, Developmental Psychology, Microbioloy, and Organic Chemistry 2
  • May 7th: Anatomy & Physiology 2, Biochemistry, General Chemistry 1, and Physics 1

ISP classes are offered in greater Los Angeles and Hayward (San Francisco Bay Area).

The Integrated Science Program (ISP) is a college-level science curriculum enabling students to expedite their path by completing their science classes and prerequisites in a time compressed, weekend-based immersion-learning format.

The ISP Program is offered by Southern California University of Health Sciences in both Los Angeles metropolitan area and San Francisco Bay Area. Southern California University of Health Sciences is a 4-year university fully accredited by WASC Senior College and University Commission.

Students immerse themselves for one month focusing on one accelerated science class subject at a time, similar to an intensive summer program but instead ISP is offered all year round.

The ISP curriculum is an academically rigorous college science program. Our instructors are highly skilled and ISP student graduates are well prepared for their new careers in nursing, physical therapy, pharmacy, medicine and other healthcare professions.

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ISP intensive science classes are specially designed for:

ISP students enroll because:

ISP offers 15 different weekend college classes

Many ISP graduates are already pursuing medical careers in:

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Comparison chart below demonstrates how ISP students complete accelerated science classes in months not years.

Classes ISP Semester System
General Chemistry 1

4 semester units including

1 unit of lab *

4 weeks

(1 month)

1 semester
General Chemistry 2

4 semester units including

1 unit of lab *

4 weeks

(1 month)

1 semester
Chemistry for Allied Health Professions

5 semester units including

1 unit of lab

8 weeks

(2 months)

1 semester
Organic Chemistry 1

4 semester units including

1 unit of lab *

4 weeks

(1 month)

1 semester
Organic Chemistry 2

4 semester units including

1 unit of lab *

4 weeks

(1 month)

1 semester
Biochemistry

4 semester units including

1 unit of lab *

4 weeks

(1 month)

1 semester
Physics 1

4 semester units including

1 unit of lab *

4 weeks

(1 month)

1 semester
Physics 2

4 semester units including

1 unit of lab *

4 weeks

(1 month)

1 semester
Biology 1

4 semester units including

1 unit of lab *

4 weeks

(1 month)

1 semester
Biology 2

4 semester units including

1 unit of lab *

4 weeks

(1 month)

1 semester
Anatomy & Physiology 1

4 semester units including

1 unit of lab *

4 weeks

(1 month)

1 semester
Anatomy & Physiology 2

4 semester units including

1 unit of lab *

4 weeks

(1 month)

1 semester
Microbiology

4 semester units including

1 unit of lab *

4 weeks

(1 month)

1 semester
General Psychology

3 semester units

4 weeks

(1 month)

1 semester
Developmental Psychology

3 semester units

4 weeks

(1 month)

1 semester

* If the college or university to which the student intends to transfer Integrated Science Program (ISP) courses requires 5 instead of 4 semester units per portion of a course (either 1 or 2), we offer 1 semester unit independent study courses for each formal course which provide empirically-based studies that enhance, deepen, and further integrate knowledge of the subject by developing different problem-solving skills and conceptual organization than those fostered in formal classroom and laboratory learning.