The following provides detailed information on all the courses offered by SFBC&TS.  For specific program requirements, click on the link specific to your interest, e.g., AcademicsM.A. DegreeDoctoral Degree, etc. The SFBC&TS Catalog is also available in PDF format. (If you do not have Acrobat® Reader® on your PC, download the FREE software by clicking here. In the event you cannot download the Acrobat® Reader® software, you may request a SFBC&TS Catalog from us. To request the catalog, please contact us.)

Please click here to download the SFBC&TS Catalog (PDF)

If you are interested in examining one or more specific courses, determine your  program, i.e., undergraduate or graduate program, and select the first letter of the course.   (Note:  The "u" following a letter represents the undergraduate courses, and "g" following a letter represents the graduate courses.)



Undergraduate Course Numbering System 
Courses are numbered 100, 200, 300, and 400, indicating those usually taken during the first, second, third, and fourth year, respectively. The 300 and 400 level courses are considered upper division courses.