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For the most up-to-date and comprehensive course information, including current offerings, course descriptions, meeting times, and classrooms, visit the Registrar’s website. For curriculum information, see the Academic Catalog.

Sections of ENGL 7976 Directed Study and ENGL 7990 Master’s Thesis are created upon successful petition. These are credit-bearing courses. See Banner Class Schedule for non-credit bearing course information (ENGL 8960, 8986, 9986, 9990, 9991, and 9996).

The first day of registration for continuing students is April 5th (see the Academic Calendar).

Students can check their time ticket for registration via the Student Hub (click here for instructions). For detailed instructions on how to create a plan for registration, join a waitlist, and drop a class, please see the Registrar’s website.

Core RequirementCourseInstructorMeeting Time
ProseminarENGL 5103 ProseminarBoeckeler, ErikaR 2:50pm-6:10pm
Literature Post-1900/WGSS CertificateENGL 7211 Topics in American Literature: Feminism and Visual CultureChute, HillaryM 12:50pm-4:10pm
Writing and RhetoricENGL 7360 Topics in Rhetoric: Decolonial Theory and MethodsCushman, EllenT 2:50pm-6:10pm
Theories and Methods/DH CertificateENGL 7370 Intro to Digital HumanitiesFlanders, JuliaW 1:35pm-4:55pm
Theories and Methods/Literature 1700-1900/DH CertificateENGL 7380 Topics in Digital Humanities: Black Digital HumanitiesAljoe, NicoleW 5:50pm-9:10pm
DH CertificateINSH 7910 NULab Project PracticumFlanders, JuliaT 12:50-2:30pm