- About FASS
- Departments and programs
- Future Students
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- Advising and Resources
- Connect with Arts Central
- Plan your Program
- Student Life
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- FASS Forward
- FASS 200-1 Writing Right: Strategies for effective revision
- FASS 204-1 Communicating in Conflict and Negotiation
- FASS 207-1 Cultural Humility: Understanding Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- FASS 208-1 Introduction to Personal Financial Planning for Students
- FASS 210-1 Language Network Science
- FASS 211-1 Data Literacy and the City
- Graduate Students
- Undergraduate Students
Faculty member resources
- Find funding
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- Frequently asked questions
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- Visualizing FASS Research
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- FASS at Surrey
- Make meaning
- Next steps for new students
Bring SFU and FASS to your classroom virtually! Choose one or more of the following engaging and informational presentations.
Presentations are subject to change and limited to availability.
Due to ongoing COVID-19 precautions, all presentations are held on Zoom.
FASS Post-Secondary Pathways Presentation
Ideal for CLE 10 or CLC 11/12
- Choosing the right fit for post-secondary
- Importance of post-secondary
- How FASS can help you reach your goals
FASS General Presentation
Ideal for grades 10-12
- General overview of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) at SFU
- Why FASS?
- Introduction to the FASS programs
- How you can engage outside of the classroom
FASS program-specific presentations
- School of Criminology.
Ideal for Law 12, Psychology 12, Social Justice 12, Social Studies 11, Social Studies 10, and CLE10.
This presentation showcases the School of Criminology’s undergraduate programs and career opportunities for prospective students.
- Department of Economics.
Ideal for: Economics 12, Economic Theory 12, Social Studies 11, History 12, Human Geography 12, CLE10.
Economics is more than just about analyzing economic growth and the labour market at large, it also extends to our interactions on a personal level. In this session together with one of our most distinguished faculty members professor Doug Allen, we will explore the concept of utility in everyday life – “Why Are We Mean to the Ones We Love?”. After a 20-mintue pre-recorded video lecture, students will engage in a discussion with professor Allen about their thoughts and the main takeaways from the lecture. Our academic advisor will also be present to address some frequently asked questions about this area of study and its career opportunities.
- Department of Political Science.
Ideal for: Social Studies 11, Social Justice 12, History 12, Law 12.
Politics profoundly impacts what we believe, how we live, and what we do. By gaining an understanding of the forces that shape law and policies, dominant ideologies, the economy and international relations, you'll be able to make a positive impact in Canada and around the world. This presentation offers an overview of the Department of Political Science’s undergraduate programs and career opportunities for prospective students.
FASS in the Class: Graduate student lectures
Invite our graduate students to share their research with your class. See the many available topics and which high school classes they are ideal for: learn more.
Questions? Contact FASS Recruitment Coordinator, Kaitlan Davis, at email@example.com.