Get excited for opportunities to engage with great courses and research!

Looking for a course for next semester? Want to know about exciting new course opportunities? The English Department lists all our courses offerings for the semester on the courses page of our website (select term and year in the top search box and hit apply to switch to another semester). In addition to extended course descriptions, the semester’s boilerplate is also available so students can easily see how courses will fulfill major requirements.

Students interested in research opportunities should consider the English Honors Program (if you have three semesters left until graduation) or peruse our listing of English specific research opportunities

This is an edited page of course postings maintained by the English Undergraduate Office. Opportunities listed do not constitute an endorsement by the University of Maryland English Undergraduate Office; screening has not taken place. Individuals are advised to make their own inquiries.

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Fall 2018 Boilerplates & Fall Pre-Registration Advising

ALL English majors MUST meet with an English advisor before their registration block can be lifted. Call 301-405-3825 or stop by 1128 Tawes Hall to schedule your appointment!  

Campus Programs:

  • Writing Center - Summer Hours
    • Mon - Thurs 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
    • Tues & Wed 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM (McKeldin Library)
    • Friday 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • Fall 2018 - English 489T: Analyzing Conversation
  • MLAW Law and Society Minor
    • Applications are now being accepted on a rolling basis.
    • Priority Deadline is 3/19
  • Summer registration is open!
    • Register now for ENGL375 J.R.R. Tolkien: Middle-earth and Beyond
    • Register now for ENGL379N Multimedia Shakespeares 
    • Register now for ENGL 478E The Story of Troy
    • Register now for MUSC220 Selected Musical Cultures of the World
      • Summer Session II - July 9 - August 17
      • The course surveys several traditional, classical, and popular musics and associated cultural practices, beliefs, and ideologies from around the world from an interdisciplinary perspective. Explore musics of Nigeria, India, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, and other places. No prior musical experience is required.
    • Register now for SLLC299P Special Topics of World Cultures: Behavior of the Rich and Powerful Past and Present
      • Through the study of XV and XVI century courtesy literature, we will explore the various forms of behavior of the rich and powerful of the Italian Renaissance, an era that is much closer to our contemporary world of social media and post-truth politics than we might initially think, especially in regard to the way political and influential figures act in public, and the image of themselves they present to others. What can we learn from observing and comparing the behavior of the rich and powerful of the past and present? In the public arena of these two worlds, does appearance matter more than truth?
  • OMSE March Tutoring Schedule 
  • Deadline Extended to Apply to the International Development and Conflict Management Minor!
  • Submit to Paper Shell Review
  • Want to study abroad while you’re at Maryland?
  • Maryland Student Researchers

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