Offered by Women's Studies Program

Women's and Gender Studies Minor

Minimum hours required for minor = 18

  1. Requirements (3 hours required)
    • Take all of the following:
  2. Electives (15 hours required)
    • Take 15 hours in at least two departments:
      • WSTD 420, Senior Seminar Women's Studies - 3 hours
      • WSTD 499, Special Topics in Women's Studies - 3 hours
      • ART 422, Women in Art - 3 hours
      • BIOL 215GS, Human Physiology - 4 hours
      • CJUS 315, Victimology: Victims of Crime - 3 hours
      • CJUS 360, Sex Crimes - 3 hours
      • CJUS 370, Women and Crime - 3 hours
      • CJUS 380GS, Minorities and Criminal Justice - 3 hours
      • CJUS 476, Terrorism and Crisis Negotiations - 3 hours
      • CSP 418, Introduction to Counseling and Social Advocacy - 3 hours
      • ENG 217, Beginning Poetry Writing - 3 hours
      • ENG 260, Images of Women in Literature - 3 hours
      • ENG 359, Contemporary American Multicultural Literature - 3 hours (Prereq: ENG 234 or department permission)
      • ENG 360, American Women Writers - 3 hours (Prereq: ENG 234 or department permission)
      • ENG 419, Advanced Poetry Writing - 3 hours (Prereq: ENG 211 or ENG 214 or ENG 215 or ENG 217)
      • ENG 460, Topics: Women's Literature - 3 hours (Prereq: ENG 234 or department permission)
      • ENG 490, Special Topics: Graphic Novel - 3 hours
        (See advisor for approved topic.)
      • ENG 490, Special Topics: Performance Poetry/Prose - 3 hours
        (See advisor for approved topic.)
      • ENG 490, Special Topics: Women and Revenge in Western Literature - 3 hours
        (See advisor for approved topic.)
      • FORL 357, Seminar on Women in a Foreign Literature - 3 hours
      • FREN 357, Seminar on Women in French/Francophone Literature - 3 hours (Prereq: FREN 201GS)
      • FSID 151GS, Human Sexual Behavior - 3 hours
      • FSID 465, Advanced Study of Sexual Behaviors - 3 hours
      • GERM 357, Seminar on Women in German Literature - 3 hours (Prereq: GERM 201GS)
      • HIST 411, Saints and Sinners - 3 hours
      • HIST 412, Society and Gender in the Middle Ages - 3 hours
      • HIST 420, Women in Europe - 3 hours
      • HIST 421, Women in America - 3 hours
      • HIST 485, The United States Since 1941 - 3 hours
      • HIST 495, Topical Studies: The 1960s - 3 hours
        (See advisor for approved topic.)
      • HIST 495, Topical Studies: Women and War in Modern Europe - 3 hours
        (See advisor for approved topic.)
      • JMC 425, Topics in Mass Media: Women, Minorities, and the Media - 3 hours
        (See advisor for approved topic.)
      • MUS 247, Women Composers and Their Music: A Historical Approach - 3 hours
      • PSCI 378, Feminist Political Thought - 3 hours
      • PSY 374, Psychology of Gender - 3 hours
      • SOC 201, Social Inequality - 3 hours
      • SOC 369, Sociology of Gender - 3 hours (Prereq: SOC 100GS or SOC 250GS or permission)
      • SOC 380, Sociology of Sexuality - 3 hours
      • SOC 430, Sociology of Family - 3 hours (Prereq: SOC 100GS or SOC 250GS or permission)
      • SOC 462, Sociology of Health and Illness - 3 hours (Prereq: SOC 100GS or SOC 250GS or permission)
      • SOWK 170GS, Introduction to Social Welfare - 3 hours
      • SOWK 410, Social Policy & Programs - 3 hours (Prereq: SOWK 170GS)
      • SOWK 420, Diversity and Social Justice - 3 hours
      • SPAN 357, Seminar on Women in Hispanic Literature - 3 hours (Prereq: SPAN 204GS or equivalent)

21 Feb 2014

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