Departments & Programs
- Why an Arts and Social Sciences Degree Matters
- Applied Legal Studies (Master's degree)
- Cognitive Science
- First Nations Studies
- French Cohort
- Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
- Global Asia
- Graduate Liberal Studies (Master's degree)
- Hellenic Studies
- International Studies
- Labour Studies
- Language Training Institute
- Political Science
- Public Policy (Master's degree)
- Urban Studies (Master's degree)
- World Literature
- High School Visits
High School Visits
Are you a high school teacher, teaching grade 10, 11 and 12 courses? The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is opening its doors to high school students and teachers.
Your class is invited to attend a lecture and participate in a campus tour. We would like to help you help students get a taste of campus life!
The following undergraduate classes are open to class visits in the Spring 2019 term. There is no fee for this field trip. We welcome you to sit in during an entire lecture or just a portion of it.
To book your visit, please see the School Visit Reservation form.
Please note that scheduled visits may be subject to cancellation due to unforseen circumstances.
If you have any questions please email email@example.com.
- CRIM 131 - Introduction to the Criminal Justice System - A Total System Approach: Thursday, March 7th, 10:30–12:20, AQ 3151 (50 seats).
- CRIM 230 - Criminal Law: Thursdays, February 28th or March 7th, 12:30-2:20, SSCK 9500 (30 seats).
- ECON 105 - Principles of Macroeconomics: Tuesdays, February 26th, March 5th or 12th, 1:30–2:20, SSCC 9001 (50 seats).
- ENGL 111W - Literary Classics in English: Tuesdays in EDB 7618 (30 seats) or Thursdays in SSCB 9201 (50 seats), 10:30–11:20. Available dates: February 26th, 28th (artist Lilian Allen will be visiting the lecture), March 5th, 7th, 12th or 14th.
- ENGL 112W - Literature Now: Tuesdays in AQ 3181 (50 seats) or Thursdays in EDB 7618 (30 seats), 1:30-2:20. Available dates: February 26th, 28th, March 5th, 7th, 12th or 14th.
- ENGL 115W - Literature and Culture: Tuesdays in EDB 7618 (30 seats) or Thursdays in SSCB 9201 (50 seats), 11:30-12:20. Available dates: February 26th, 28th, March 5th, 7th, 12th or 14th.
- ENGL 212 - Metrics and Prosody: Tuesdays, February 26th, March 5th or 12th, 9:30-10:20 in AQ 3195 (30 seats)
- GA 101 - Introduction to Global Asia: Thursdays, February 28th or March 7th, 12:30–2:20, SSCC 9000 (30 seats)
Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies
- GSWS 102 - Feminist Action: Tuesdays, February 26th (The Fight for Education and the Fight to Change Education) or March 5th (The Struggle for Reproductive Rights), 10:30 am–12:20, AQ 3182 (50 seats)
- HIST 225 - 20th Century Europe: Mondays, February 25th or March 4th, 10:30-12:20, AQ 3159 (30 seats)
- HIST 285 - Japanese Empire: Thursdays, February 28th, March 7th or March 14th, 12:30-2:20 in AQ 5018 (30 seats)
- HIST 288 - History of Christianity to 1500: Fridays, March 1st (The Papacy), March 8th (Monks and Mendicants), March 15th (What were the crusades? How did Christianity view Judaism? How do we account for the rise of heresy in the West? How did the assault on heresy proceed?), 10:30-12:20, AQ 5018 (30 seats)
- PHIL 100W - Knowledge and Reality: Mondays, February 25th or March 4th, Wednesdays, February 27th, March 6th or March 13th, 11:30-12:20, SSCB 9200 (50 seats)
- PHIL 144 - Introduction to Philosophy of Science: Mondays and Wednesdays, February 25th, 27th, March 6th, 11th and 13th, 9:30-10:20, BLU 10011 (25 seats)
- PSYC 102 - Introduction to Psychology II: Mondays, March 4th or 11th, 10:30-12:20, SSCC 9001 (30 seats). Students may arrive at 10:20 (for first hour of lecture) or 11:20 (for second hour of lecture) or attend for the two hours with a break in between.
- PSYC 268 - Introduction to Law and Psychology: Monday, March 11th (new date), 12:30-2:20, SSCK 9500 (30 seats)
We offer many opportunities for high school students to get involved in university activities, from free public events to expand their intellectual horizons to academic contests to develop their skills.
- See all FASS free public events
- The SFU Library offers free library cards to Grade 11 and 12 IB students and students who are visiting for research workshops.
- If you are a high school student with superior grades (over 90%), you can take one or two SFU courses while still attending secondary school. See Concurrent Studies.