These aren’t just courses. They’re road trips for your brain.
New in Fall 2018: FSEM 100Q (The Human Animal) includes a winter break study abroad trip to Tanzania! Description and registration information can be found on the course page and with the Study Abroad office.
Target your unique academic passions, connect with like-minded classmates, and shift your Mary Washington journey into high gear.
These seminars represent the best of a UMW education: small, highly interactive courses led by master teachers — teachers who are excited and passionate about their subject matter and who care about their students.
Courses like Creating Arts and Ideas, Economic Inequality: The End of the American Dream?, Jane Austen: Film, Web, Text, and so many more turn the traditional classroom experience into an academic adventure you won’t want to miss. Join in the brutal fighting of the early Crusades. Learn to sniff out the BS in American politics. Go beyond your “selfie.”
Learn to think critically and find new ways to analyze problems. Pursue independent research and develop the skills and habits you’ll need to navigate UMW’s rigorous curriculum. Muster the right evidence to support your point, hone powerful oral presentations, produce finely polished prose, and buckle up! Your journey’s about to begin.
Check out the course offerings, and get a taste of what’s in store for you!