Common questions

What are SFU units?

What are SFU units?

Units, formerly known as credits, are assigned to each course; most have three units. A normal course load for full attendance in a term is 15 units. Requirements for credentials (e.g., degrees, diplomas and certificates) are partially expressed as units.

What is a term at SFU?

Each academic term is 15 weeks in length, including the final exam period. Although the calendar year is divided into three terms, two terms are equivalent to one full academic year. Exchange/Study Abroad students may attend SFU for one or two of the following: Fall term (early September – mid December)

What is a course number SFU?

The official description of an SFU course, included in the Academic Calendar. Course numbering. Courses numbered 100 are usually taken before courses numbered 200, 300 or 400. Each course will have “prerequisites” that tell you which other courses you need before enrolling in that course.

How many credits is a course at SFU?

SFU ENSC students are expected to maintain a minimum course load of 12 credits per semester. Students are permitted to take fewer credits in exceptional circumstances, provided that the average number of credits per enrolled semester does not drop below 10 credits / enrolled semester.

How do you graduate with honors SFU?

Honours programs require completion of a minimum of 60 upper division units including a minimum of 48 units in the honours subject or field. Major programs require completion of a minimum of 44 upper division units including a minimum of 28 units in the major subject or field.

How many units do you need to graduate SFU?

All students admitted to an undergraduate degree at SFU as of Fall 2006 must complete a minimum of 36 units of courses designated as Writing, Quantitative, or Breadth, with a grade of C- or better to receive the WQB credits.

How many credits is 4th year?

to fourth year: successful completion of a total of 89 or more credits, including completion of all first- and second-year courses.

What is full time at SFU?

Undergraduate students who are enrolled in at least 60% of a full-time course load, and in a student loan eligible program, are considered to be studying full-time. At SFU, this means a minimum of 9 units per term (15 units is considered a 100% courseload).

What GPA do you need for SFU?

General requirements If you are not in good standing and/or have a GPA of less than 2.00 ( 60%), you will not be admitted. Admission is competitive. In the past, the average for admission has ranged from a 2.50 GPA to a 3.50 GPA depending on the program – for details see admission averages.

Can I take more than 120 credits SFU?

Some faculties require completion of a minimum number of credits within the faculty to qualify for a degree. In some instances, therefore, a student seeking a double major or a major-minor involving subjects in more than one faculty may need more than 120 credit hours to fulfill the requirements of the general degree.

Who is the custodian of SIS research data?

Burnaby Mountain 10-cm Orthophotography, 2004 (1 DVD) TIFF,DXF format – Data Custodian: SIS Lab, SFU Research Data / Map Library Lower Mainland 5-metre Orthophotos (1995, 1 CD) GVRD & the Fraser Valley -Data Custodian: SFU Research Data / Map Library

What kind of memory does SIS Xabre 400 have?

The Xabre 400’s memory spec only calls for a 250MHz memory bus, but the 64MB worth of chips on our reference card were rated at 300MHz. That should be one heck of an easy overclock, though I doubt third party cards will be so generous with their memory chips.

How to create a schedule for Simon Fraser University?

Create your optimal class list , generate schedules, save your favourites, add to course cart and enroll on your date. Log in to goSFU and click “My Schedule.” See more information.

What does Simon Fraser University do for a living?

As Canada’s engaged university we improve lives using the power of knowledge, advocacy and engagement. We couldn’t be prouder of our June 2021 graduands. Read about some of the most amazing journeys that will leave you feeling inspired. Hands On! Weekly Crafting Circle

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