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Undergraduate Program
  • School of Arts

    • BA Advertising
    • BA Communication Speech Concentration
    • BA Communication Visual Communication Concentration
    • BA Economics
    • BA Human Resource Development
    • BA Human Services
    • BA Literature
    • BA Social Science
    • BA Teaching English As A Second Language
    • BA Early Childhood Education

  • School of Business

    • BSc Business Administration - Major: Accounting
    • BSc Business Administration - Major: Business Economics
    • BSc Business Administration - Major: Computer Information Systems
    • BSc Business Administration - Major: Corporate Communication
    • BSc Business Administration - Major: Entrepreneurial Studies
    • BSc Business Administration - Major: Finance
    • BSc Business Administration - Major: General Business
    • BSc Business Administration - Major: Human Resource Management
    • BSc Business Administration - Major: International Business
    • BSc Business Administration - Major: Management
    • BSc Business Administration - Major: Marketing
    • BSc Business Administration - Major: Public Administration
    • BSc Business Administration - Major: Travel Industry Management
    • BSc Computer Science
    • BSc Engineering


Graduate Program

    School of Arts
    • Master of Arts in Communication
    • Master of Arts in Global Leadership
    • Master of Arts in Human Resource Management
    • Master of Arts in Organizational Change
    • Master of Arts in Teaching English As A Second Language
    • Master of Arts in Education

    School of Science
    • Master of Science in Administration (MSA)
    • Master of Science in Business Administration (MBA)
    • Master of Science in Information Systems
    • Master of Science in Information Technology
    • Master of Science in Finance
    • Master of Science in Hospitality and Tourism
    • Master of Science in Human Resource Management
    • Master of Science in International Management
    • Master of Science in Marketing
    • Master of Science in Project Management
    • Master of Science in Sport Management


About Distance Learning

SFU understands that adult students have professional, family, and community responsibilities in addition to their educational goals. We offer undergraduate and graduate degree programs through a variety of delivery methods. We strive to provide convenient, timesaving services, without sacrificing high academic standards.

Distance learning courses are available in Learning Package and Web-based formats.

Learning packages are print-based. All course materials, including syllabus information, instructor lectures, sample quizzes, etc., are included in a printed packet called a Student Manual. Assignments are mailed or e-mailed directly to instructors for grading. Most exams are administered in a proctored setting.


Academic Advising

Academic advising is provided to help you identify your educational needs, interests and goals. Academic advisers include professionals from education, business and government who have been trained to adviser Advising is available at your local program center at regularly scheduled times. You can also reach your adviser by phone, and in most cases, by fax and by e-mail. You will work with an academic adviser to complete a program plan which serves as the road map or guide to achieve your academic goals.

It is the student's responsibility to schedule an appointment with the academic adviser to develop the program plan. This should be done as early in your course of study as possible - if at all possible, before you begin your second course. If you decide to take course work before developing a degree program plan, the work may not be applicable to the course of study you wish to pursue.
The academic adviser has authority over the student's program plan. This authority is limited by the curricula and the university's policies and practices. While the program plan is intended to be flexible, you should not deviate from the program plan without the permission of the academic adviser. Otherwise, you run the risk the deviations may not be applicable to the course of study you have chosen.


 
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