- Arts and Social Sciences at Surrey
- First Year Learning Communities (FLC)
- CrimOne and Criminology
- World Literature
Applying to Arts and Social Sciences in Surrey
Fall Semester, High School and Mature Students
When you apply online at ApplyBC.ca and come to the point where you are asked to select your program in Arts and Social Sciences, it can be hard to decide what to choose! The below information is here help you to make a more informed decision on your application.
After you choose "Arts and Social Sciences" as your Faculty, there will be several program options for the Surrey campus which will include the following:
- BA Explorations - Surrey
- BA CrimOne - Surrey
- BA Global Issues FLC - Surrey
- BA Social Behavioural FLC
By choosing one of these options, you will be placed in one of SFU Surrey's First Year Experience (FYE) programs in Arts and Social Sciences. FYE programs offer you many advantages including:
- Smaller classes
- Priority course registration
- Curriculum tailored to your interests
- Development of critical thinking, communication and teamwork skills
- Strong academic and advising support
- Social and community events & activities
FYE programs at SFU Surrey are designed to create a smooth transition from high school to university by providing you with the opportunity to be a part of an exciting first year at an award-winning, urban campus. All FYE programs offer you the opportunity to get involved on campus in your academic and social communities, and to engage with other students, faculty and staff on a personal level. After completing a first-year program at SFU Surrey, you will be prepared intellectually, academically and socially to be successful in the second, third and fourth years of your degree.
After you finish your first year at the Surrey campus, if you choose to pursue your 2nd-4th year of your degree in Criminology or World Literature, then you can continue your studies in Surrey. If you choose to pursue a major in Anthropology, Cognitive Science, Economics, English, Gender and Women's Studies, History, Humanities, International Studies, Linguistics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, or Sociology, then you will be taking the majority of your courses at the Burnaby Campus.
Arts and Social Sciences has four first year experience programs. Please see below links for more information on each of the first year programs.
For more information about Explorations please see: http://www.fass.surrey.sfu.ca/expl
For more inofrmation about CrimOne please see: http://www.fass.surrey.sfu.ca/crim/crimone
Social and Behavioural Sciences FLC
For more information about SBS FLC please see: http://www.fass.surrey.sfu.ca/socbehFLC
Global Issues FLC
For more information about Global Issues FLC please see: http://www.fass.surrey.sfu.ca/globalFLC
*For a step by step guide on how to apply to Arts and Social Sciences programs in Surrey whether you are a high school, Mature, Transfer or University degree student in the Fall, Spring or Summer semesters please explore the above tabs.