MLA courses are eligible for tuition remission for JHU employees, and they are also available to full-time Homewood graduate students via an interdivisional course request through their home school. Non-degree-seeking students are welcome to enroll, though they will have to complete an application.
Registration for spring 2019 courses closes Jan. 13, but please allow time for your application to be processed. For more information about our spring courses, see the Course Schedule.
The following on-campus courses still have seats available:
- AS.450.609.01 — 1900: The Birth of Modernism in Vienna, Paris, and London. The course meets weekly, from 6 to 8:40 p.m. on Wednesdays.
- AS.450.621.01 — Self in Question: Readings in Literature & Psychology. The course meets from 10 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. on Saturdays, Jan. 26, Feb. 9, Feb. 23, March 9, March 23, April 6, April 27, May 4.
- AS.450.635.01 — How the War Was Remembered: The Film and Literature of the Vietnam War. The course meets weekly, from 6 to 8:40 p.m. on Thursdays.
The following online courses still have seats available:
- AS.450.611.81 — Social History of Medicine
- AS.450.675.81— Literary Analysis of the Hebrew Bible
- AS.450.771.81 — Black Queer History
- AS.450.774.82 — Existentialism: Philosophy and Social Critique
- AS.450.781.81 — The Global Cold War
Recently ranked as the Best Online Master of Liberal Arts Program in the country by BestColleges.com, the MLA Program accepts applications for the MLA degree on a rolling basis. The program consists of 10 courses that may be completed on-campus and online. For more information about the program, go to the MLA website.
For additional information about these courses or the MLA Program, contact Laura DeSisto, MLA Program director, at email@example.com.