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2. a) Completed bachelor's degree in mathematics, physics, computing science, or a related discipline:
b) Completed bachelor's degree in a non-related discipline:
Applicants are selected for admission on the basis of an engineering-related grade point average (ERGPA). The ERGPA is calculated over all courses from the following list, where a minimum of 3 courses is required:
All courses must be completed prior to application. If a course is a duplicate of any previous course completed at Simon Fraser University or elsewhere, only the last attempt will be included in the average. For complete information, contact an Applied Sciences Advisor. Upon completion of these courses, students must have an ERGPA of at least 2.5.
Applicants also have to satisfy SFU's institution admission requirements as listed below.
As an applicant to undergraduate studies, you must demonstrate English language competence in one of the following ways: (minimum scores):
Verify the information on the SFU website .
In addition to program-specific admission requirements, you should also be aware of the following general admission requirements for SFU. These requirements include:
BC Secondary School graduates who wish to be considered for admission to SFU must meet both general requirements and program-specific requirements.
Check admission requirements for BC Secondary School graduates at the BC or YK page
Out-of-Province Secondary School graduates who wish to be considered for admission to SFU must meet both general requirements and program-specific requirements.
Admission requirements for out-of-province secondary school graduates are detailed at the SFU Admissions website .
You can be considered for admission as a BC Transfer Student if you have completed between 24 to 60 credits of course work. SFU provides information for students transferring from BC colleges, other Canadian universities, and institutions of applied arts and technology. For complete details, please click on the Transfer Credit page.
You can be considered for admission as an Out-of-Province Transfer Student if you have completed between 24 to 60 credits of course work.
For complete details, please click on the Transfer Credit page. You may then select the Canadian colleges or Canadian universities or Visiting student sub-tabs.
You may be given consideration as a mature student if you are at least 23 years old, are a Canadian Citizen or permanent resident, and have attempted less than 24 units of transferable course work.
In addition to normal documents, you must submit a personal information profile and at least one letter of reference. SFU gives preference to applicants who have successfully completed some post-secondary work, usually four transferable academic courses (12 units), and ensured that they have no background deficiencies in essay writing, mathematics, etc.
For complete details on mature student admission, please visit the Mature Student information page.
International applicants may be admitted from secondary school, a college, or a university, or applicants may already hold a university degree.
As an international high school student, there are two admission pathways to SFU. You can apply directly to SFU or to the pathway program for international students offered by Fraser International College, SFU's on-campus partner institution. Both streams will allow you to complete your SFU degree.
For complete details on International student admission, click the International High School page or the International College or University page.
For information on other student admission categories, please check Diverse Qualifications. This category includes information on the following:
Diverse Qualifications Admission applicants may include:
Applicants who wish to be considered via Diverse Qualifications Admissions must meet the following requirements:
For SFU deadlines and instructions on how to apply, please visit the SFU website .
Training in a program like this one can lead to different careers. Related occupations are presented to show potential career options, not definite outcomes.
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