Courses

Courses in English
Courses in English
ENG 311 Revolution and Romanticism: Pop Culture as it was 200 Years Ago
ENG 405 Colonial and Postcolonial Fiction: Empire Resistance Fiction
ENG 344B Black Women Authors: Helps Us Better Understand the Human Condition
ENG 480 Writing Center Theory and Practice: It's Rewarding Work
English majors do not really take classes; we take experiences.Wendy RogersSenior English Major

The experiences you can have as an English major are more varied than you might have imagined:

Walt Whitman  |  African poetry  |  Shakespeare  |  Chicano/a literature  |  Science fiction  |  Willa Cather  |  Irish literature  |  Native American fiction  |  Jewish-American short stories  |  Digital humanities  |  Poetry writing  |  Sandra Cisneros  |  Rhetorical analysis  |  Fiction writing  |  Publishing and Editing  |  Nature writing and ecology  |  Jane Austen  |  Sherman Alexie  |  The Harlem Renaissance  |  Great Plains studies  |  Slam poetry  |  German cinema  |  Gay and lesbian literature  |  Women's and gender studies  |  Modern drama  |  Film theory  |  Creative nonfiction

Most of our classes are run as small, intimate, discussion-based seminars, not large anonymous lectures. In English classes, your ideas are valued, your opinions matter. Your professor will know your name.

You can download a schedule and course description booklet for this semester's courses below, or browse a select list of courses for undergraduates. For a complete list of English undergraduate courses, please refer to the list in the UNL Undergraduate Bulletin.

Course Information by Semester
Fall 2014 Spring 2015 Summer 2015
Course Schedules Course Schedule (.pdf) Course Schedule (.pdf) TBA
Undergrad Course Descriptions Description Booklet (.pdf) Description Booklet (.pdf) TBA
Grad Course Descriptions Description Booklet (.pdf) Description Booklet (.pdf) TBA


Projected Graduate Course Offerings
Projected Graduate Course Offerings
Fall 2015 Projected Fall 2015 Courses
Spring 2016 Projected Spring 2016 Courses