The GLBT Minor is designed to allow students to explore sexuality and sexual diversity by examining the history and present conditions of sexual and gender formation, as well as ideologies of sexuality, from a range of disciplinary perspectives. Specific courses focus on politics, cultures, representations and literature of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons, as well as ways to analyze and address issues of homophobia, heterosexism and other intersecting forms of oppression.
INTD 240 - Critical Perspectives in Women's and Gender Studies
Students may include relevant topic courses such as XXXX 298/299 Second Year Seminar, directed studies and study tours as appropriate with the consent of the Women's and Gender Studies coordinator.
For additional information about the GLBT Minor, contact the Women's and Gender Studies Program Coordinator.
Last Modified: October 5, 2010