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At the School of Environmental Science, we offer various resources, including academic advising, for our undergraduate students. Can't find what you are looking for? Email our Academic Advisor here, who can help you find what you're looking for.
The School of Environmental Science Academic Advisor can help with course planning, provide information on graduation requirements, assist with program entry, provide details on upcoming course offerings, and help navigate any potential problems. Our Academic Advisor (Sara Bucci) is also able to provide general information regarding personal or learning support, academic difficulty, volunteer opportunities, career advising, and more.
Advisor Link is a new tool to help you connect with advisors. Log into Advisor Link with your SFU computing ID and password and book academic advising appointments online. Watch the video tutorial to get started!
Have trouble logging in or experiencing other technical issues with the Advisor Link?
Please submit a service ticket to SFU’s IT Service Desk or call them at 778.782.8888.
All students start the program in the General Environmental Science concentration. Are you looking to declare a specific area of concentration? Please submit the Concentration Declaration Form.
For More, Please Contact Our Academic Advisor: firstname.lastname@example.org | TASC 2 - Room 8902 | 778-782-6521
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Why should i join environmental science?
- The Environmental Science Undergraduate Program provides a broad, interdisciplinary education, with a solid foundation in the physical and biological sciences.
- Our interdisciplinary program includes wide range of seminars and research projects to help students master communication, research, and team-working skills, preparing the for future emploment opportunities in the field.
- All students complete their program with an applied research-based 'Capstone' course in colloboration with CityStudio and City of Vancouver.
- Our students can further enhance their skills, gain paid, relevant experience and discover new passions via Co-operative Education.
How can i join environmental science?
- Two of the core science courses from the degree completed with a final grade of C or above, in separate science disciplines (BISC, CHEM, MATH, PHYS, or STAT). You can find the list of common courses in the Academic Calendar. Examples include BISC 101 and CHEM 121.
- A CGPA of 2.0 or above