Welcome to SFU Philosophy!

You are invited to Get Philosophical! with us 

Welcome future philosophers!

This isn't what you expected.  So we've pulled together some resouces to help you navigate classes and make life a little easier we hope.

...also, welcome to a virtual Department of Philosophy. We look forward to 'meeting' you!

What will I study?

Evan Tiffany teaches PHIL 120W: Moral and Legal Problems 

Bruno Guindon teaches PHIL 110: Intro to Logic and Reasoning 

a creative solution to a PHIL 120W assignment from students, Anita Lo and Nicole Feng

Holly Andersen teaches PHIL 144: Intro to Philosophy of Science, part of our Science Certificate 

Sorry but we're not offering Procrastination105 this year :(

Dai Heide teaches PHIL 100W: Knowledge and Reality and PHIL 150: History of Philosophy 

Nic Bommarito teaches PHIL 357: Selected Topics

There is always help...

Undergraduate Student Advising

Advising is done by email or phone, and, by appointment, in person or over Zoom. Please contact our Student Advisor,  Mr. Jay Leardi, from your SFU email, and include your student ID#. 


* Introduction to Course Planning.pdf
Download our Introduction to Course Planning to help with planning your courses.
Please click on the image for our course planning slide show. Note: links do not work on mobile devices :(

University prep

A free online course for all new incoming students that helps prepare them for their academic transition to SFU. Find out more.

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

FASS First Year: information to help you prepare for enrollment and beyond, giving you the tools to be successful in FASS. 

Community connection website

This gathers all virtual community connection events for all students, from all areas across campus.

SFU 101

A co-curricular course that runs July-December.
• All the details students need to get started right during their first week, month and term
• Support building their second term schedule
• Learn about the SFU community including: student conduct and academic integrity; support fort learning in an online environment; helpful campus resources and how to recognize when they’re needed, e.g., My SSP, Health and Counselling, Careers, Learning Commons, myInvolvement, and Academic Advising.

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