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Students interested in Operations Research can apply to work with our Operations Research faculty through the Mathematics and Applied Mathematics programs; see requirements for these programs above.
Students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program at SFU may be eligible to take graduate courses and count them towards their bachelor's degree and a master's degree at SFU. Approved students can apply a maximum of ten (10) graduate course units towards the electives or upper division requirements in the bachelor's program, and the program requirements for a master's program.
Students who have successfully completed at least 90 units of undergraduate course work with a minimum CGPA of 3.67 may be interested in the accelerated master's program in the Department of Mathematics. Contact the Graduate Program Assistant for more information.