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IAT One, School of Interactive Arts and Technology students

If you've been accepted to IAT One, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, at Surrey

IAT One is the first year of your Bachelor's degree in Interactive Arts and Technology (Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts). During your first year you are required to complete seven core courses. Many students complete three or four of the core courses in the Fall term and the remaining courses in the Spring term.

Along with these core courses, you can choose other elective courses that are of interest to you. Check the course descriptions and course outlines to find out what to expect in the course and ensure you have the prerequisites to enroll:  Please note that your elective courses can be completed on any SFU campus, but you should factor in commuting time between campuses when planning your schedule.

enrolment for the Fall term begins in early July and you will receive a message through your SFU email account with further instructions on enrolment for the IAT One program in late June to mid July. You will only be enrolling for the first term (enrolment for the second term that starts in January begins in November).

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Beedie School of Business at the Surrey campus

If you've been accepted into the Beedie School of Business at the Surrey campus

If you are entering directly from high school, you will begin the first year of your Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program with the Business Foundation Program (BUS 201) at the Surrey campus.

BUS 201 will introduce you to core business principles in a supported, integrated teaching environment. Through weekly lectures and seminars, you will learn applied business skills, work on an applied business project, and explore co-curricular activities such as career exploration, student engagement, and international opportunities.

Along with Bus 201, you will also complete other core courses within the BBA, as well as electives of your choice. For detailed course planning information, please see:

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