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Courses to be Offered

  • All students must register for a minimum of 6 credit hours; please check with your advisers before selecting courses.

  • Most classes have a maximum enrollment of 8 students, with priority given in the order you pay your deposit for the program.

  • Tuition and fees for coursework is paid to Baylor in addition to the program fee for Baylor in Oxford.

  • Financial aid may apply to study abroad.

GTX 3341 Masterworks of Drama

Dr. DeAnna Toten Beard


This course will explore the literary and artistic value of a variety of British plays from the Middle Ages to the modern day.  Some degree plans require a Great Texts course and for others it will serve as an upper-level elective.

ENG 2301: British Literature

Dr. Tom Hanks


This popular British Literature survey course is required in many undergraduate degree plans at Baylor.

ENG 3372: The Oxford Christians 

Dr. Tom Hanks


You will have the rare opportunity to study the works of J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis in the city that they loved. (Course pre-reqs are ENG 2301 and either 2304 or 2306)

THEA 3333 Attending Plays in the U.K. (Theatre in Cultural Context)

Dr. DeAnna Toten Beard


An opportunity to engage in deep discussion about plays  you see in London, Stratford, and Oxford--both with the group and independently.  This course satisfies the requirement for upper-level elective credit.



LF 1110 Walking for Fitness (British Version)

Dr. Laine Scales


This course satisfies one of the four hours of LF credits needed for most degree plans.

* The announcement of which of the following three courses are to be offered in Summer 2017 will be posted soon!

*SOC 1305 Introduction to Sociology (British version)

Dr. Laine Scales

This course allows you to learn more about British culture through the lens of Sociology. It may satisfy your degree requirements for a social science elective.

* FDM  1303 Introduction to Mass Communication

This course is a critical examination of various forms of mass communication and media, and the overall goal is to enhance the students critical thinking with regard to consumption of media.

* FDM 3373  Screenwriting

This course is designed to teach students how to write feature film screenplays. No prior experience is required.



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