Undergraduate

SIAT offers four-year Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science undergraduate programs, as well as Joint Major programs with the School of Communication and the Beedie School of Business.

A degree in Interactive Arts and Technology prepares students to play a leading role in the conception of new media and the design of inventive technologies. A SIAT education combines the science of human experience, the analysis of media and culture, the creation of original and experimental works of art, and the implementation of new technologies. Students bring these resources to bear on the most vital and innovative sectors of the economy, building the technologies and experiences that increasingly shape our lives.

According to Maclean’s, SIAT offers the coolest courses at SFU! Aside from ranking SFU as the number one comprehensive university in Canada, Maclean’s highlights two “cool courses” from SIAT: the Semester in Alternate Realities, where interdisciplinary teams solve real-world problems by exploring virtual reality; and IAT 333 – Interaction Design Methods, where students video conference with international human-computer interaction design experts.

Student pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Interactive Arts & Technology can also specialize in a concentration. SIAT offers three areas of concentration in media arts, design, and interactive systems. Find out more about concentrations on our degrees page.

Prospective students

Learn about the interdisciplinary undergraduate program for artists, designers, storytellers, programmers, and technology enthusiasts.

Current students

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