Summer 2021 Courses

To learn more about each course, please visit the Academic Calendar.
SFU NOW students may enroll in any SFU course (e.g. online or daytime courses).
For courses outside the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), please contact the relevant Faculty for information.

The following FASS courses have some seats reserved for SFU Now students during the first three weeks of enrolment:

Course Section Course Title Days and Time
CRIM 101 C100 Introduction to Criminology Distance Education
CRIM 330 C100 Criminal Procedure and Evidence Distance Education
CRIM 464 C100 Street Gang Patterns and Policies Distance Education
ENGL 304 E100 Studies in Medieval Literature Thur 17:30-21:20
ENGL 327 E100 Studies in Romantic Literature Tues 16:30-20:20
ENGL 434W E100 Topics in the Victorian Period Mon 16:30-20:20
ENGL 438W E100 Topics in Modernism Wed & Fri 17:30-21:20
IS 373 E100 Global Environmental Politics Tues 17:30-21:20
PHIL 300 E100 Introduction to Philosophy Wed 16:30-19:20
PSYC 268 J100 Introduction to Law and Psychology Wed 17:30-20:20
PSYC 382 J100 Cognitive Neuroscience Thur 17:30-20:20
SA 101 C100 Introduction to Anthropology Distance Education
SA 201W C100 Anthropology and Contemporary Life Distance Education
SA 203 C100 Violence in War and Peace Distance Education
SA 250 D100 Introduction to Sociological Theory Tues 16:30-20:20
SA 316 C100 Tourism and Social Policy Distance Education
SA 321 D100 (INT) Social Movements Tues & Thur 16:30-20:20 
SA 335 D100 (INT) Gender Relations and Social Issues Mon & Wed 17:30-21:20
SA 358 C100 The Philosophy of the Social Sciences Distance Education
SA 363 C100 Process of Development and Underdevelopment Distance Education
SA 420 C100 Sociology of Aging Distance Education


SFU Now students may also consider the following:

Course Section Course Title Days and Time
CRIM 355 C100 The Forensic Sciences Distance Education
ENGL 199W E100 Writing to Persuade Wed 16:30-19:20
HUM 102W C100 & C200 Classical Mythology Distance Education
HUM 130 OL01 Introduction to Religious Studies Entirely Online
HUM 150 D900 Warefare in the Hellenic World- From Plato to Nato Entirely Remote
HUM 277 OL01 History of Greek Civilization) Entirely Online
HUM 330 E100 Religions in Context Mon 17:00-21:00
HUM 360 D100 Great Themes in the Humanistic Tradition Entirely Remote
    ST: Mass Migration and Refugees