study of the humanities covers a broad range of ideas
and subjects drawn from philosophy, art, literature,
history, religion, science, and social and political
an interdisciplinary approach to classical, medieval,
renaissance, and modern culture, the study of the humanities
raises critical questions about the achievements and
controversies associated with the human condition.
are encouraged to examine the knowledge and ideas central
to the humanities and to integrate these concerns in
original and critical ways.
are available at the Burnaby Mountain, Surrey and Vancouver
- Harbour Centre campuses, and are offered both in the
day and evening.
The Humanities Department
at Simon Fraser University offers several undergraduate
programs: a major, five joint major programs (with English,
French, History, Philosophy, and Women's Studies), a
minor and extended minor program and a Post Baccalaureate
to Humanities Programs
School in Prague, Czech Republic:
SFU offers a summer
school at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic.
Three humanities courses worth 11 credits are offered.
See SFU International for current information on the
Czech Field School and other field schools at SFU.
Graduates in Humanities
are employed in teaching, in business, in areas requiring
research, thinking and communication skills, in journalism
and the arts, and are eligible for post-graduate programs
requiring a liberal arts background.