Women's Studies Minor
The field of Women’s Studies is interdisciplinary, sourcing from anthropology, art, education, history, literature, psychology, and sociology, among others. The curriculum reflects this orientation. The minor in Women's Studies will prepare students for occupational and societal success across a range of fields including, but not limited to: Art and Literature, Communications, Philosophy, History, Education, Psychology, Sociology and Criminal Justice, Native American Studies, Social Work and Counseling, Advocacy, Community Organization, Public Relations, Public Administration, Languages, Economics, Math, and Biological and Physical Sciences. For more information about the Women’s Studies program, please contact the Department of Social Sciences & Cultural Studies, or Christine Shearer, Dean of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences (657-2177, firstname.lastname@example.org).
|WGSS 274||Women, Culture & Society *||3|
|WGSS 499||Senior Thesis/Capstone 1||3|
|Select five courses from the following:||15|
|The History of Women in Art|
|Diversity in Criminal Justice|
|Gender, Crime and Justice|
|Gender, Media, and Society|
|Gndr, War & Film:Eur 1648-1945|
|Women & Lit|
|Women, Philosophy and Religion|
|Psychology of Gender|
|Sociology of Gender Roles|
|Other courses which may be used to satisfy Restricted Elective requirements:|
|Total Minimum Credits||21|
May satisfy General Education requirements.
Service Learning in Women’s Studies
Certain courses in this program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.