Academic Advising

Explore how life works from a biochemical, cellular and molecular perspective through a combination of lectures, labs, seminars and hands-on research experience. The MBB undergraduate program provides a broad and rigorous foundation in the Life Sciences, and flexible upper division courses that allow students to focus on their areas of interest as well as meet entry requirements for Medical School, Dental School and other professional programs.

Advising Appointments & Drop-ins

DR. INGRID NORTHWOOD
Undergraduate Advisor/Program Coordinator

Email: inorthwo@sfu.ca
Office: SSB 8142
Tel: (778) 782-3536

Drop-in advising hours are listed to the right. Please come prepared for advising with a printout of your most recent Advising Transcript or email a pdf version of your advising transcript to Dr. Northwood ahead of time.  Please note that the APR is not reliable for MBB so please do not use that to plan your program - always check with the MBB advisor if you are not sure of a requirement.

If you can't make the posted drop-in hours please email Dr. Northwood to make alternate arrangements.

Advising Office Hours

Mon: 1:00-3:30PM
Wed: 1:00-3:30PM
Thurs: 1:00-3:30PM
Fri: 
1:00-3:30PM

 

 

No Office Hours: 

  • Thursday, June 29
  • Friday, July 14 until Wednesday, August 2nd.

General Inquiries

NANCY SUDA
Undergraduate Program Assistant

Email: mbbugrad@sfu.ca
Office: MBB Office, SSB 8166
Tel: (778) 782-5630

Please check the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page first before making an inquiry.

MBB Office Hours

Mon: 8:30AM-4:00PM
Tues: 8:30AM-4:00PM
Wed: 8:30AM-4:00PM
Thurs: 8:30AM-4:00PM
Fri: 8:30AM-4:00PM

 

MBB Co-op Advising

SUSAN MANDLEY | MBB Co-op Coordinator

Email: smandley@sfu.ca
Office: SSB 8146
Tel: (778) 782-4694

The MBB science Co-op program integrates paid workplace learning with academic studies. Students complete a minimum of three work terms, alternating work and study semesters.

Career Services

Students interesting in speaking with an Advisor for career advising should visit the Career Services website. Career advising topics include: career exploration, work search strategies, interview tips and practice interviews, graduate/professional school applications, and much more!

To book a career advising appointment, call 778-782-3106 or email career_services@sfu.ca. To explore career options, students may also wish to view the"What can I do with a degree in...?" page.