READY TO MAKE AN IMPACT?
SFU’s Faculty of Applied Sciences is for those who see problems as opportunities and are ready to discover their potential for shaping a better tomorrow.
Home to the Schools of Computing Science, Engineering Science, Mechatronic Systems Engineering, and Sustainable Energy Engineering, we are shaping the next generation of leaders in technology and engineering.
We offer rewarding areas of study complemented by unique learning experiences that foster innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit.
Want to get to know the Faculty of Applied Sciences in a different way? Attend an upcoming event, information session or request a student-led campus tour. Our events are a great way to get answers to your questions and to explore our programs, community, and student life in a fun way.
LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR FACULTY
Take a student-led walking tour around our campus to learn more about our Applied Sciences programs.
Attend an information session to learn more about the programs, requirements, and how to apply.
BC teachers and counsellors can now book a visit to their classroom! Connect with us for more information.
Join a club, student society, or design team while you complete your degree. It is a great way to make friends, develop skills, and learn more about your future field of work.
To view our full applied science clubs list, click the link above.
The Faculty of Applied Sciences has many ways for students to get involved in the community.
Some of our programs and opportunities include TechConnect, mentorship, outreach volunteering, competitions and more!
Want to learn more about what it is really like being a student in the faculty of applied sciences?
Connect with our student ambassadors for a virtual chat, campus tour, or to read their testimonies.
Need help course planning or have questions about an Applied Sciences program? Chat with a program advisor!
Looking for funding opportunities while completing your degree? Check out our scholarships page.
We offer a variety of health and wellness resources for our students. Click above for more information.