Advising

Questions? We look forward to meeting you and wish you success in your studies at SFU!

Please note the change in advisors for the Global Environmental Systems major below.

Resource and Environmental Management major &
Sustainable Business joint major

Sandy Goettler

Academic Advisor

envadv@sfu.ca | 778-782-9396 | TASC2 8800  

  • Resource and Environmental Management (REM) major
  • Sustainable Business joint major 

Appointments and Drop-ins:  On-line Schedule and Appointment Booking

Appointments may be made or cancelled online at least 8 hours in advanceLast minute cancellation will prevent other students from accessing the advising service. 

Please note that drop-in advising is intended for quick questions only: for course planning, graduation checks, second degree students, or those in academic difficulty, etc. please book an appointment through the online appointment website. Please bring your advising transcript with you.

 

Global Environmental Systems major

Ravinder Multani

Academic Advisor

 

Evon Khor

Academic Advisor

 

geogadv@sfu.ca | 778-782-2006 | RCB 7126

  • Global Environmental Systems (GES) major ONLY 

Available: 

Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:30am to 11:30am AND

Mondays & Wednesdays 1:30pm to 3:00pm or by email appointment.

Co-operative Education for Environment Students

The Environment Co-operative Education Program integrates work experience with academic studies. Co-op is an exceptional way to acquire career-related experience and finance your education. Work terms consist of 13-17 weeks of paid employment.

Co-op Coordinator
Paul DeGrace
degrace@sfu.ca 
778-782-3115
RCB 7130

Career Advising for Environment Students

To explore career options and brainstorming activities that can help you create possibilities in the field of environment, surf here or contact:
Brenda Badgero
Career Education Manager
SFU Career Services/Work Integrated Learning
brenda_badgero@sfu.ca
778-782-5382

Program Requirements

It is the responsibility of each student to be aware of faculty regulations as stated in the Calendar. Departmental and faculty advisors and staff are available to give advice and guidance. However, the ultimate responsibility for completeness and correctness of course selection, for compliance with and completion of program and degree requirements and for observance of regulations and deadlines rests with the student.

Admission

Prospective students must apply to Simon Fraser University for admission and meet the normal admission requirements prior to undertaking any program at SFU. Please refer to Student Services for complete details on undergraduate admission and Graduate Studies for graduate admission information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have a question you would like answered? Check out our FAQs or contact an advisor.