Womens and Gender Studies

WOMEN'S AND GENDER STUDIES MINOR

This is an interdisciplinary minor open to all students.

Required Courses: 15

Credits

WS

215 or 215C     Introduction to Women’s Studies OR

(3)

LIT 211or 212       “Women in Lit” theme  

WS

380 or  Seminar in Feminist Theory

(3)

PHI

296  Feminist Issues in Philosophy

(3)

At least ONE additional course from the following:

 

WS

220 The Medieval Woman

 (3) 

WS

266 Gender, Race, and Class

 (3) 

WS

267 Meanings & Models of Motherhood in European History and Literature

 (6) 

WS 268 Men & Masculinities

(3)

WS 269 Dealing with Difference: The Lesbian in Literature and Film

(3)

WS 270 Historical and Modern Sexual Revolutions

(3)

WS 271 Women in Jeopardy

(3)

WS 280 Internship in Women’s and Gender Studies

(3)

WS

296 Girls on Film

(3)

WS 296 Topics in Women’s and Gender Studies

(3)

WS

296A Queer Cinema

(3)

WS 296F Living Under Fire: Women and Warfare

(3)

WS

296G The Girl Child

(3)

WS

296K Women and Film

(3)

WS

296N Science Fiction and Gender

(3)

WS

296Q Women in Arthurian Legends: Medieval to Modern

(3)

WS 375 Independent Study

(3)

INT 296Q Understanding Community and Diversity: Queer Cultures

(3)

INT 296J Performing Identities

(3)

INT

296S Beyond the Veil

 (3) 

INT

297J Performing Identities

 (3) 

Up to TWO additional courses from the following: (so that the student completes 15 credits in total)

 

ANT  

115 Kinship and the Family

 (3) 

ANT

296D Anthropological Perspectives on Wmen & Warfare

 (3) 

ANT

296J Black Women in Cross-Cultural Perspectives

 (3) 

ANT

296L Women and Gender Through a Global Perspective

 (3) 

ANT

296S Anthropology of Violence

 (3) 

ANT

296T Sexuality and Nation

 (3) 

ANT

296W Sexuality and Culture

 (3) 

BIO

115 Human Sexuality

 (3) 

COM 296 Special Topic: Gender Roles In Communication

 (3) 

COM 296V Women, Communication and World Issues

(3)

CRJ 296E Domestic Violence and Child Abuse

 (3) 

CRJ 375 Criminal Justice Responses to Domestic Violence and Child Abuse

 (3) 

ENV 296K Women & Nature

 (3) 

FRE 154U Topics in French Literature: French Women Writers

 (3) 

HIS 113B Changing Roles of American Women

(3)

HIS 114E European Experience: Women’s Worlds

(3)

HIS 280 History of American Women

(3)

HIS 281 European Women and Social Change

(3)

HS 163 Effective Family Dynamics

(3)

HS 164 Aging and The family

(3)

HS 261 Ethnic Family Lifestyles

(3)

HS 314 Families in Crisis

(3)

INT 197 Women in American Literature and Life

(6)

INT 197A-200 Crossroads and Crossfire: The Struggle for Women’s Rights in a Globalized World  
INT 296 Politi cs and Culture in South East Asia

(6)

INT 296S Beyond the Veil: Women in Middle Eastern History and Literature

(6)

LIT 211 Women in Literature I

(3)

LIT 212 Women in Literature II

(3)

LIT 212Y American Women Writers

(3)

LIT 308 Women and American Literature

(3)

LIT 326 Black Literature

(3)

LIT 329 Poststructuralist Theory

(3)

LIT 364 Shakespeare II: After 1600

(3)

LIT 369A Great Authors: Emily Dickenson

(3)

LIT 369F Great Authors: The Bronte Sisters

(3)

LIT 379 Feminist Issues In Literature

(3)

LIT 384  Images of Women in Literature

(3)

LIT 396F Female Gothic

(3)

LIT 482 Seminar: Jane AUstin and Her World

(3)

MGT 396E Gender Diversity Issues in Organization

(3)

MUS 206 Women in Music

(3)

NUR 161 Women at Risk: Health Care for Marginalized Women

(3)

NUR 228 Nursing and the Political Process

(3)

NUR 241 Difference of Self: A Historical Analysis of Women's Health

(3)

POL 296Q Gender and Politics

(3)

PSY 227 Psychology of Women

(3)

PSY 234 Human Sexual Behaviors

(3)

PSY 296Z Children and Youth: A Global Perspective

(3)

PSY 320 Abnormal Psychology I

(3)

PSY 321 Abormal Psychology II

(3)

SOC 116 Sociology of Deviance

(3)

SOC 215 Sociology of the Family

(3)

SOC 222 Gender and Social Change

(3)

SOC 296L Border Lands

(3)

SPA 380 Seminar in Hispanic Women Writers

(3)

 

Cross-Listed Learning Community Courses include the following. All 6 credits in these LC's can count as WS major electives:

ENG 120/HIS 113
WS 266/ECO 106
INT 297 Politics and Culture of Middle East and South Africa
POL 210/WS 266 South Africa LC