First- and Second- Year Students
- Typical Lower Division Core Program - recommended sequence of courses for the first two years.
- Degree Planning Worksheet
- Tips for Students and Parents – How is University Different from High School?
Third- and Fourth Year Students
- Upon completion of the lower division core courses, declare in one of three Concentrations:
- Non-BISC Upper Division Courses Commonly Used as Substitutions for Upper Division BISC courses
- List of Upper Division BISC Laboratory Courses
- Students intending to transfer to SFU from other BC post-secondary institutions are encouraged to follow the Flexible Pre-Major plan, and consult with the BC Transfer Guide for information on transferable courses.
- Students who transfer into the Biological Sciences Major and Honour programs from other institutions may count a maximum of 2 transfer courses toward their upper division program requirements.
- Students who transfer into the Biological Sciences Minor program from other institutions may count a maximum of 1 transfer course toward their upper division program requirements.
- Transfer students are encouraged to meet with the Undergraduate Advisor upon receiving an admission offer from SFU. Click here for ways to connect with the advisor.
- Provisional Course Offerings
- Program Requirements and Course Descriptions
- WQB requirements (and lists of courses with W, Q, and/or B designations)
- Academic Dates and Deadlines (adding and dropping courses, tuition, graduation application)
- Program Planners (Checklist) for Major, Honours and Minors
- Forms - Including Current Program Planners, Prerequisite Waiver, Certificate of Illness
and be sure to check out these Useful Links and Resources