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Declaring Your Program
- Print out and complete the Declaration Form
- Attach your most current advising transcript sorted by ‘both’
- Submit your declaration form and transcript in person to the CMNS General office K9671 before the application deadline
- You will be notified by email after your application has been reviewed.
February 1st (Spring), June 1st (Summer) and October 1st (Fall)
Units and Requirements
Required Upper Division (UD) Units
Students who are declared into the CMNS Major program in Spring 2016 (1161) or earlier are required to complete 45 UD credits. Students who are declared into the CMNS Major program in Summer 2016 (1164) or later are required to complete 44 UD credits.
CMNS 260 / 261 /262
These are the previous lower division research courses in Communication. CMNS 260 has been changed to CMNS 201, CMNS 261 is no longer offered, and CMNS 262 has been changed to CMNS 202. The Academic Progress Report (APR) on goSFU may only recognize CMNS 201 AND CMNS 202, however students who have completed any of CMNS 260, 261, 262 can count these courses toward their lower division CMNS course requirement.
FAN X99 / FAL
Please note: these Foundations courses are for students who have been admitted to SFU. They do not constitute a stand-alone program nor are they pre-admission courses.
The content of W and Q courses presumes that students have met a basic competency standard. Two Foundations courses are available to students who do not meet the grade threshold to enroll in W and/or Q courses:
- Foundations of Academic Literacy (FAL X99), and
- Foundations of Analytical and Quantitative Reasoning (FAN X99)
A grade of C or better is required to progress from FAL into W courses or FAN into Q courses. Students may attempt these courses no more than twice. If FAL or FAN are not successfully completed within 3 enrolled terms, students will be blocked from registering in further course work at SFU until competency in English and Math are demonstrated. Please refer to this Student Services web page for more information on FAL/FAN blocks.
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