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UTP Stage II: Communication, Art and Technology

UTP Stage II: Communication, Art and Technology is equivalent to the first year of SFU's Bachelor of Arts degree. The courses provide introduction to three Schools housed within the Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology, providing the foundation for a Bachelor of Arts degree with a Double Minor specialization.

Your direct pathway to Simon Fraser University

High School

 

2nd year Simon Fraser University

 

Fees

Program Normal Duration Total Program Fee

UTP Stage II

3 terms

C$22,983 for 30 credits

* Program fees are based on 30 credits of study at C$766.10 per credit. Students taking more than 30 credits of study will need to pay additional fees. The Academic Literacy Course is a requirement of the UTP II program.

Location

Intakes

January, May, September

UTP Stage II: Communication, Art and Technology

Required courses:
  • Visual Communication Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Introduction to Communication Studies
  • Communication and Social Change
  • Introduction to Cinema
And one of:
  • Brain, Mind and Society
  • Literary Classics
  • Literature and Culture
Elective courses:

Four elective courses, including one "Q" course, selected from FIC's current broad offerings. The four electives will allow students to complete various breadth requirements.*

Entry to second year at SFU

Students will enter the Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology in a Bachelor of Arts with a Double Minor.

Areas of study:
  • Media and Culture
  • Technology and Society
  • Political Economy and Policy
  • Interactive Systems
  • Design
  • Media Arts
  • Film Studies
  • Dance
  • Visual Culture and Performance Studies
  • Theatre
  • Visual Art
  • Music
  • Publishing
  • Dialogue
  • Communications
  • Interactive Arts and Technology
  • Contemporary Arts

Students will gain admission to FCAT upon completion of the 10 prescribed courses in the UTP Stage II program with an overall GPA of 2.5 and with a grade of C- or better in all courses. Admission to Contemporary Arts Minors may also require a portfolio, audition or interview. Your UTP Stage II program may include a mandatory non-credit academic literacy course. Course offerings and required courses may change without notice. *A student advisor can help you choose appropriate courses to satisfy SFU entry requirements.

Careers

Potential career paths

  • Advertising Account Manager
  • Multimedia Specialist
  • Production Assistant
  • Political Research Assistant
  • Graphic Designer
  • Multimedia Developer
  • Video Game Developer
  • Photographer/Videographer
  • Project Manager
  • Film Critic
  • Museum Curator
  • Marketing
  • Public Relations