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Admission & Transferring
Follow Applicable Directions:
- Direct Admission from High School (Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology majors only)
- Internal Transfer from Another Program Within SFU (All BPK programs)
- Transfer from Another University or College (All BPK programs)
Admission is Competitive
The Department of Biomedical Physiology & Kinesiology strictly adheres to the University's course repeat limits due to the large number of qualified applicants.
Limits on Repeated Courses
The number of courses which a student may repeat in a degree program is limited to five. The number of times a student may repeat a course is once. Courses completed at Simon Fraser University for which a student has already received transfer credit from another institution will count within five repeats limit.
For details, visit the Policies and Procedures Page
If a student received a poor or incomplete grade due to extenuating circumstances (e.g. illness), the student can follow the Withdrawals procedures outlined here. If permitted to 'withdraw' from a class, even after receiving a grade, then that class will not count against the two permitted attempts.