Upcoming Courses


Fall 2018 and Winter 2019

Hello Students

Please have a look at our upcoming Fall 2018 and Winter 2019 course offerings. 

To view the English Fall 2018 course offerings, please click here.  English Fall Courses

To view the English Winter 2019 course offerings, please click here.  English Winter Courses

**NEW COURSE OFFERINGS - Video-conference**
Terrace, Fort. St. John, Prince George, Prince Rupert and Quesnel

Fall 2018
ENGL 460/660 - Special Topics Children's Literature - Dr. Carla Glen

Winter 2019
ENGL 104 - Introduction to Film Studies - Dr. Carla Glen

If you have any questions or would like more information regarding the Video-conference courses, please contact Dr. Glen at carla.glen@unbc.ca.

This year we are offering the following Web based courses:

FALL 2018
ENGL 320 - First Nations Literature
ENGL 471 - Creative Writing Fiction/Non Fiction
ENGL 671 - Advanced Creative Writing

WINTER 2019
ENGL 205 - Fiction
ENGL 420 - Special Topic First Nations Literature
ENGL 620 - Advanced First Nations Literature


Dr. Dee Horne
Dr. Dee Horne
Dr. Dee Horne


Dr. Dee Horne
Dr. Dee Horne
Dr. Dee Horne

See the UNBC course schedule for other English course offerings including courses offered in the Regions.

Visiting Writers/Speakers

The Department of English has hosted readings or talks by writers and visiting speakers who enhance the literary and cultural experience for the UNBC community and for the general community.

Some of writers over the years have included  Janet Rogers, Jeannette Armstrong, Denise Chong, Lorna Crozier, Maggie de Vries, Robert Kroetsch, Kathy Page, Eden Robinson, Aritha van Herk, Rudy Wiebe and visiting scholars like Dr. Jonathan Hart (Alberta) and Prof. Dr. Klaus Martens (Saarland University).

For further information on some of the past writers please click here.


UNBC offers a Master of Arts in English:  Application Deadline is December 15th

For further information on Graduate Admissions, please click here

Application requirements are available at the Office ​of the Registrar.


The Bachelor of Arts Program

A degree in English is the cornerstone for many interesting careers and prepares students to be effective communicators, shrewd thinkers, and excellent writers.

Our department is innovative with an emphasis on literary, creative and media studies.  We offer courses from around the globe as well as creative writing.  Key areas include Canadian, American, British and First Nations literatures, Media Studies (film and television) and Creative Writing.

We also offer a Major and a Minor in English as well as Joint Majors in English/History, English/Political Science, English/Women’s Studies, and English/Environmental Studies.

The Department of English is committed to artistic and cultural expression not only through undergraduate courses in literary studies, creative writing and media studies, but also through graduate level offerings that are part of the Master of Arts degree in Literature, Culture and Place. Come join us!