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Plan Your Degree

An academic plan lets you map out your terms to achieve your academic goals. The planning resources below can be used to plan ahead and make informed decisions.

SFU Beedie Academic Advisors take into consideration that your goals beyond academics when helping you plan. We will identify opportunities to enhance your learning experience and direct you to resources that support your well-being and academic success.

Learn About Your Degree

The program requirements for our Business Programs are found on the SFU Academic Calendar. We encourage you to refer to the Academic Calendar based on your term of admission to create your academic plan.

Review the requirements checklist that matches your year of admission to the BBA Major program:

Unsure which checklist applies or if you can move years? Don’t see your admission year listed? Connect with an Academic Advisor.

The SFU Beedie Degree Navigator is an interactive tool to help you visually plan out your Bachelor of Business Administration degree and the requirements. Please note, it is not intended to replace an official graduation check with a Beedie Academic Advisor and to confirm your degree planning with a Beedie Academic Advisor. Please watch the video for how to best use the Navigator.

Note: The Beedie Degree Navigator is not mobile friendly.

Download the SFU Beedie Navigator Instructional Guide to get started.

You have 9 concentrations to choose from for your Business program. The requirement term for your concentration is in the term of your declaration. For example, if you declare your concentration in Fall 2023, you will follow the Fall 2023 requirements for the concentration you declared. For this reason, we advise you to declare your concentration sooner than later. You can add or remove the concentration at any time.
Please use the Concentration Application Form to declare or modify your concentration.


  • The Graduation Checklist compiles your GPA, course and unit requirements to graduate. It is essential for confirming your progress and to course plan for your upcoming terms.
  • The Academic Progress Report (APR) is an interactive course mapping tool. Designed to help current undergraduate students understand their degree and program requirements, it provides a starting place for making informed decisions about their academic program.
  • My Planner allows you to plan which courses you would like to take in a future term and to pre-load your course cart two weeks before the start of the enrollment period.


We encourage you to take on opportunities to expand your learning experience outside of the classroom to explore your career options and develop relevant skills.

  • Explore Co-operative Education opportunities that deliver skills and competencies in your area of concentration
  • Consider a Study Abroad experience to gain new perspectives on the global nature of business
  • Engage in student clubs and organizations that provide opportunities to collaborate with like-minded peers
  • Pursue Case Competitions that challenge you to think critically about the current business cases in your area(s) of concentration