Limits of Duplication of Courses
The number of courses which a student may repeat in a degree program is limited to five. Courses taken at SFU for which you have already received transfer credit from another institution will count within the current limit of five repeats. This limit may be extended by the dean of the faculty.
Students who intend to enroll in their sixth or subsequent repeat course should seek advice from their major department advisor or Academic Advising before submitting their requests for an extension of the limit to their dean.
Any request to enroll in an individual course for the third time must be approved by the UCC Chair. No fourth attempts of an individual course will be approved. Approved course withdrawals will not be counted as repeats for the purposes of this policy.
Students can only duplicate a specific Special Topics course when the course topic is deemed to be the same as the one for which the student has already received credit.