Fraser International College (FIC) Background Image
Image of Fraser International College (FIC)
Engineering Science
UTP Stage II: Engineering Science
UTP Stage II: Engineering Science

UTP Stage II: Engineering Science

  • ID:FIC0008
  • Level:University Preparation/ Transfer Program
  • Duration:
  • Intake:

Fees (CAD)

Estimated Total/program:
Accept letter

Admission Requirements

Entry requirements

  • Entry into UTP Stage II generally requires the successful completion of Year 12 of secondary school or its equivalent with overall and individual subject requirements depending on program. Specific minimum academic requirements are listed below*. Admissions assessments are based on an applicant’s complete academic record.

  • Entry into UTP Stage I generally requires the successful completion of Year 11 or its equivalent with overall and individual subject requirements depending on program. Specific academic requirements are listed below.

  • *Meeting minimum admissions requirements as listed below does not guarantee admission. This information is a guide only and is subject to change without notice.

English requirements

  • Students with IELTS 6.5 with minimum 6.0 in Reading and Writing, TOEFL 82 (minimum 20 in all components), or equivalent, are exempt from the Academic Literacy Course. This determination is made at the time of admission if the student is eligible for exemption. Students who begin their studies at FIC in the Cornerstone program are exempt from ILS101/ILSA101.

Course Information

UTP Stage II: Engineering Science provides first-year courses and the foundation for progression to the second year of SFU’s School of Engineering Science degrees. Students enrolled in an Engineering Science degree program at SFU complete three terms of full-time paid work experience during their degree.

More information: click here


  • CMPT130, Introduction to Computer Programming Ⅰ

  • CMPT135, Introduction to Computer Programming Ⅱ

  • ENSC100, Engineering, Science and Society

  • ENSC105, Process, Form and Convention in Professional Genres

  • ENSC180, Introduction to Engineering Analysis

  • MATH151, Calculus I

  • MATH152, Calculus II

  • MATH232, Applied Linear Algebra

  • PHYS1141, Studio Physics: Optics, Electricity And Magnetism Lab (attached to PHYSICS 141)

  • PHYS140, Studio Physics – Mechanics & Modern Physics

  • PHYS141, Studio Physics – Optics, Electricity and Magnetism


  • Engineering students are not required to complete any electives as part of their program at FIC, but it is possible that additional courses may be taken. It is recommended that electives are chosen from the below list of accepted electives at SFU:

  • ARCH100, Ancient Peoples and Places

  • BISC100, Introduction to Biology

  • BISC101, General Biology

  • CHEM111, Introductory Chemistry and Laboratory

  • CHEM121, General Chemistry and Laboratory I

  • CRIM101, Introduction to Criminology

  • ECON103, Principles of Microeconomics

  • ECON105,Principles of Macroeconomics

  • GEOG100, Our World: Introducing Human Geography

  • HIST102, Canada Since Confederation

  • POL100, Introduction to Politics and Government

  • PSYC100, Introduction to Psychology I

  • PSYC102, Introduction to Psychology II

See moreSee less

Pre Courses

See moreSee less

Pathway Courses

Entry to second year at SFU: Bachelor of Applied Science

  • Biomedical Engineering

  • Computer Engineering

  • Electronics Engineering

  • Engineering Physics

  • Mechatronic Systems Engineering

  • Sustainable Energy Engineering

  • Systems Engineering

You must complete a minimum of 10 academic courses at FIC with a program GPA of 2.75 (including a C- or better in all required courses), and a CGPA of 2.75 or better on all attempted UTP Stage II courses, in order to be guaranteed admission to the School of Engineering Science. Course offerings and required courses may change without notice. Students will need to obtain a score of 26 or above in the FIC Math Assessment Placement test to enrol in the Engineering Science program. FIC reserves the right to place students with a Math Assessment Placement score below 26 in alternative courses.

See moreSee less

Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

Potential career paths

  • Aerospace Engineering

  • Biomedical Engineering

  • Hardware Engineering

  • Manufacturing

  • Microelectronics

  • Product Research and Development

  • Robotics

  • Software Engineering

  • Systems Design

  • Telecommunications Engineering

Ability to settle

Overseas Student Health Cover

Same Courses

Close search