Welcome to the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
At SFU Surrey you will find innovative programs, stunning architecture, and more ...
- First-Year Experience (FYE) Options
SFU’s internationally renowned School of Criminology offers a wide variety of courses and a Police Studies certificate at SFU Surrey.
- World Literature
Major, minor, and honors programs for students who are keenly interested in literature from around the globe, languages and international travel.
- Master of Arts for Teachers of English (MATE)
Graduate program designed for working professionals who teach English in the elementary, high school or college system.
- Master of Arts in Applied Legal Studies (ALS)
Graduate program for students intending to practice as professional notaries public in British Columbia.
Why Arts and Social Sciences at SFU Surrey?
- the friendliness of a small campus
- the distinction of a SFU degree
- the convenience of skytrain, and
- connections to all that SFU has to offer at Burnaby and Vancouver
SFU Surrey is a wonderful place to pursue your BA, to work towards your major, and to take electives that interest you. . .
At SFU Surrey, we offer forty of our most popular first year courses -- courses in Criminology, Economics, English, History, Humanities, International Studies, Languages, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, World Literature and more...
After finishing a First-Year Experience option, if you choose to pursue your degree in Criminology or World Literature, then you can continue your studies in Surrey. If you choose to pursue another area of Arts and Social Sciences, then you will likely be taking the majority of your courses at the Burnaby Campus.
Want to join Arts and Social Sciences at SFU Surrey?
To apply for SFU and Arts and Social Sciences at Surrey, please follow the steps outlined at this link.
- FASS students fundraise over $40K to help elementary school kids.
- SFU Surrey offers courses in Punjabi language for the first time this fall & spring 2014!
- The First-Year Learning Communities (FLCs) recently received an award for being a healthy campus champion, which recognizes initiatives that enhance student well-being while contributing to a healthy campus community. Video here.