The School of Integrated Science and Humanity (SISH), launched in the Spring of 2011, is a unique integration of academic departments, centers, and institutes.

The School promotes awareness and discussion of social and ethical issues in the human health, behavioral and cognitive sciences. It provides leadership in creating partnerships that will expand local economic opportunities. SISH’s multidisciplinary approach extends to local, national and international communities.

In the areas addressing human health, the School is a catalyst for strengthening, promoting, and contributing to innovative research and teaching and offers academic programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels in Chemistry and Biochemistry, Mathematics and Statistics, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, and Women’s and Gender Studies. SISH is also home to some of FIU’s preeminent centers, including the Center for Children and Families and the Global Forensic and Justice Center.  The Biomolecular Sciences Institute runs the emerging preeminent Translational Molecular Discoveries program.