Provides the foundation courses that lead to further study in areas including Artificial Intelligence, Computer Graphics, Programming Languages and Software, Information Systems, Computing Systems and Theoretical Computing.
Teaching methods designed for international students
Smaller class sizes (Just 36 students max per lecture)
Additional contact time with your lecturers
Enter second year at one of the most dynamic SFU faculties
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UTP Stage II: Computing Science is equivalent to the first year of SFU's Bachelor of Applied Science. It provides the foundation for further study in many aspects of computing to help you choose your area of specialization for your undergraduate degree.
UTP Stage II: Computing Science
Entry to second year at SFU
Potential career paths
Introduction to Computer Design
Introduction to Computing Science and Programming I
Introduction to Computing Science and Programming II
Introduction to Fiction or Introduction to Issues in Literature and Culture
Elective courses Choose three courses from the following options:
Brain, Mind and Society
Canada Since Confederation
Contemporary Health Issues
East/West (World Literature)
Explorations in Mass Communication
Global Perspectives on Health
Introduction to Biology
Introduction to Canadian Law and Legal Institutions
Introduction to Communication Studies
Introduction to Criminology
Introduction to International Politics
Introduction to Politics and Government
Introduction to Psychology I
Introduction to Psychology II
Introduction to the Description of English Grammar
For more information on SFU's School of Computing Science, visit cs.sfu.ca.
You must complete a minimum of 30 units at FIC with an overall GPA of 2.5 and with a grade of C- or better in all courses upon completion of UTP Stage II, in order to be guaranteed admission to the School of Computing Science. Course offerings and required courses may change without notice.