The School of Engineering Science combines deep technical knowledge with rich hands-on experience. Our graduates become the next generation of creative innovators and knowledge leaders in an expanding and rewarding job market.

Want to develop the next must-have wearable device, build a rehabilitative robotic prosthetic arm, create a smart solar panel or develop a satellite that tracks the impact of climate change on Canada’s natural resources? This degree puts you in the driver’s seat for a multitude of inventive careers.

Program Highlights

  • Guaranteed program option allows you to study what you want
  • One-year, paid co-operative education allows you to explore your career paths
  • Complete a two-semester capstone in which you will develop a significant engineering project under the guidance of a faculty member
  • Accelerated master’s program allows you to work toward a master’s degree alongside your undergraduate degree
  • Accredited curriculum allows you to fulfill requirements to become a professional enginee

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Check deadlines, requirements, or submit your application on our Admissions Page.



Students in the Bachelor of Applied Science program [BASc and BASc (Honors)] follow common core courses in their first two years. From the third year on, they specialize in a program option or field of concentrated study. Options may be followed as a major or honours program (where applicable). The honours degree requires a thesis that demonstrates the student’s skill in their chosen field.

Program Options:

  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Systems Engineering
  • Electronics Engineering
  • Engineering Physics


General Requirements

All applicants intending to start their studies at SFU must complete the University general requirements:

Program Specific Requirements

To be eligible for entry into the engineering science program, applicants must also fulfil additional criteria for admission:

  • Domestic high school applicants: a minimum of 5 approved Grade 12 courses must be completed. Admission is based on an evaluation of all approved Grade 11 and Grade 12 courses. To view the requirements, please visit our engineering science admissions page
  • Domestic College or University transfer applicants: a minimum of 24 units of transferable post-secndary course work. To view the specific requirements, please visit our college transfer admissions page.
  • International applicants: read more about the requirements for international students on our engineering science admissions page.

Tution & Fees

Tuition is paid per course credit, per semester. Students can read more about tuition and fees on our student services webpage.

For scholarship, bursary, and award information please visit SFU's Financial Aid & Awards webpage.


Depending on which option you select in our Engineering Science program (systems, computer, electronics, physics, or biomedical), the career options are nearly endless for our graduates. Engineers can work in a variety of fields and sectors across Canada. Here are just a few sample jobs: