Graduation Checklists

Students admitted to the Environmental Science program will study in one of these four concentrations:

  • BSc Environmental Science Major, Applied Biology Concentration
  • BSc Environmental Science Major, Environmental Earth Systems Concentration
  • BSc Environmental Science Major, Environmetrics Concentration
  • BSc Environmental Science Major, Water Science Concentration


Please follow the checklist below for the term in which you began the Environmental Science program (your requirement term); if you do not see one listed for your requirement term, follow the checklist from the closest term prior.

Fall 2017 Graduation Checklist

Previous Graduation Checklists

Summer 2016 Graduation Checklists

Fall 2015 Graduation Checklists

Fall 2011 to Summer 2013 Graduation Checklists

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.

Please note: Each student is responsible for ensuring that his or her academic choices meet the requirements for graduation. All requirements are outlined in the SFU Calendar. The SFU Calendar is considered the authority for official information, therefore students should refer to the calendar for information pertaining to Program Requirements, including course prerequisites. 

Departmental and faculty advisors and staff are available to give advice and guidance. However, the student has ultimate responsibility for completeness and correctness of course selection, for compliance with and completion of the program and degree requirements, and for observance of regulations and deadlines.

Students apply to graduate during their final term and can find information on how to apply at Convocation.