Students are required to take six Women's and Gender Studies courses to complete a Minor in Women's and Gender Studies, including:
INTD 240 - Critical Perspectives in Women's and Gender Studies
15 credits selected from the list below of 15 credits selected from the list below of approved women's and gender studies courses to include (15 credits) to include (15 credits)
Six credits in literature, history, philosophy and/or the arts
Six credits in social sciences, behavioral sciences and/or natural sciences
Three credits of electives
No more than two courses from the 15 credits may be taken in the same department.
For additional information about the women's and gender studies minor, contact the Women's and Gender Studies Program Coordinator.
Students enrolled in Women's and Gender Studies have found that it enhances their major curriculum by broadening their lens of inquiry, encouraging them to ask new and meaningful questions about women and men, and teaching them to see the world in a more meaningful way. Women's and Gender Studies minors go on to graduate school in Women's and Gender Studies and in other disciplines and become teachers, librarians, attorneys, writers, reporters, labor organizers, social workers, counselors, ministers, performers, midwives, doctors, and more.
Last Modified: October 8, 2010