The First-Year Integrated Program (FIP) is
a year-long experience for freshmen that
introduces students to the ways
3 different disciplines approach similar topics.
Program participants are
also brought into
a unique learning community
including faculty from different disciplines,
graduate teaching assistants,
and first-year students.
FIP sequence students will be with the
same faculty, graduate TA's and classmates
for the entire year!
Only 80 students are accepted into the
First-Year Integrated Program
per course sequence
Successful completion of a
three-course sequence will satisfy four (or more!)
general education (GE) requirements.
For the 2014-15 Academic year,
DUE will only be offering one FIP sequence, Uni Stu 13,
Uni Stu 13, which is not writing intensive,
and, thus, there are no pre-requisites. This newly
revised sequence is 4-units per quarter and
fulfills the first-year sequence requirement for the
Global Sustainability Minor. Sophomores who
are interested in the minor may enroll too!
Upper-Division Students may be admitted by exception.
We have a series of
program learning goals for
FIP sequences in
addition to those
teams has for their
more about the FIP
program goals here...
Sign up at Summer Orientation (SPOP) to
the Global Sustainability course sequence.
Don't miss out on this unique freshman program!!