A 2011 course by Bruce Janz at the University of Central Florida seeks “to outline the history of western mysticism from ancient times to about 1700.” Majority of the course focuses on Christianity, but some attention is given to Jewish and Islamic mysticism as well.
A 2013 course by Eric Nelson at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell examines “the concept and experience of ‘mysticism’ through a comparative exploration of major expressions of mysticism and philosophical interpretations of mysticism in East Asian . . . and Western . . . thought.”
A 2002 course by Michael Sells at Haverford College “devoted to Jewish, Islamic and Christian Mystical Literature, with an emphasis on the the Dominican Meister Eckhart (d. 1327), Beguine Mystics Hadewijch of Antwerp and Margarete Porete (d. 1310), Sufi “Grand Master” Ibn ‘Arabi (1165-1240), and the author of The Zohar, Moses de Léon (d. 1305).”