The Course Catalog

Each quarter, we offer lifelong learners access to more than 70 courses at the University of Chicago. Explore all of our course offerings below.

Use the filters in the left-hand column below to search for courses in specific program areas or at specific days and times.

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A collage of three book covers. On the left: Seinfeldia. In the middle: When Women Invented Television. On the right: Pop Star Goddesses.
WRIT42806 Summer | Autumn

Writing Nonfiction: Turning Facts Into Gripping Scenes Writing Nonfiction: Turning Facts Into Gripping Scenes

Led by New York Times best-selling author Jennifer Keishin Armstrong, whose narrative nonfiction works include Seinfeldia, When Women Invented Television, Sex and the City and Us, and Mary and Lou and...

The Thinker by Rodin
WRIT52801 Autumn

Writing to Convince Writing to Convince

Writers write because they have something to say, to convince others of their view of the human condition. There’s a message nagging at them, a message they feel compelled to get out into the world...

People in a circle writing
WRIT52806 Autumn

Writing Well: For Your Field, Your Audience Writing Well: For Your Field, Your Audience

How is your good writing connected to how your readers read? Whatever your field or your audience, your writing style can meet your readers’ implicit expectations about how sentences, paragraphs, and...