Liberal Arts and 55+ Program
SFU’s Liberal Arts and 55+ Program has been offering intellectually challenging non-credit courses to older adult learners since the 1970s. Offered year-round, our courses provide you with an opportunity to learn for the joy of learning, enhance your creativity and sharpen your critical thinking skills. Topics covered range from art and literature to history, science, philosophy and more.
Currently delivered online, our courses allow you to learn from the comfort of home while engaging with classmates from across the province and beyond. The online format may vary from course to course, with audio or video lectures, videoconferencing, online and offline activities, and discussions (see course descriptions for details).
Classes are open to learners of all ages, with a tuition discount for those 55+.
Courses and Events
- A Self-Discovery Journey with Tao Te Ching LIB201
- Failed Architecture LIB248
- From Khartoum to Lalibela: A Virtual Tour Through Lost Kingdoms of Africa LIB247
- Gone But Not Forgotten LIB251
- Writing Ourselves Into Time and Place LIB253
- Writing from the Body: Breath, Sound and Movement Transform Expression LIB250
- Your Next Move: Transitioning with Intention LIB139
- Babel Here and Now: Language Families Across the World LIB238
- Four Weeks, Four Philosophers: Kant, Hegel, Kierkegaard and Marx LIB241
- Light Your Creative Fire: Creative Thinking Through the Arts LIB131
- Meanings in Life: An Inquiry LIB213
- Representations of Migration: Homes, Hopes and Journeys LIB242
- The Art of the Renaissance LIB240
- To Speak with a Golden Voice: The Legacy of Bill Reid LIB249
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