Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (Minor)
The minor provides graduate students in the humanities, social sciences and sciences with the theories and methodologies to study women and gender relations. The minor is intended to support and further students' research in their own field.
- Nine hours of graduate credit are required with a B or better in each course.
- No more than three hours of coursework may overlap between the major department coursework requirement and the Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies minor. Students may choose from the courses listed on the website and/or a list of approved special topics courses.
- Because the Minor is an interdisciplinary one, at least one of the courses needs to be in a field different from that of the graduate program in which the student is enrolled.
- All courses must be taught by the Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Affiliated Faculty.
- An Affiliated Faculty member (not in the field of the degree graduate program) must sit on the master's or dissertation committee.
|Select nine credit hours of the following: 1||9|
|Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women|
|Gender Issues In Counseling|
|Women in America: From Contact to the Civil War|
|American Women in the Twentieth Century|
|Religion, Gender, and Reproductive Technologies|
|Psychology of Gender|
|Sociology Of Gender|
|Social Psychology Of Inequality|
Special topics courses in a variety of disciplines are offered each semester and may be taken with the approval of the Women's and Gender Studies Director.