Requirements for the minor in Women's and Gender Studies
|WGS 210 Introduction to Women's Studies
|WGS 410 Theory and Practice
(An approved internship may satisfy this requirement.)
Electives: Four courses from the list below. One must be a course that focuses primarily on Women's Issues (indicated by a W in parentheses) and one must be a course that focuses primarily on Gender Issues (indicated by a G in parentheses). Nine hours must be selected from upper-level courses.
|EDU 220 Multicultural Education (G)
|ENG 340 Gender and Literary Expression
(G or W depending on the topic. May be repeated once when the topic changes.)
|HUM 200 Images of Women (W)
|PSY 400 Close Relationships (G)
|SPE 203 Interpersonal Communication (G)
|SPE 303 Communication in Relationships (G)
|WGS/HIS 356 European Women (W)
|WGS/PED 355 Women's Health Issues (W)
|WGS/PSY 301 Human Sexual Behavior (G)
With approval of the minor program coordinator, students may substitute another course in which gender issues constitute a significant component. Students who have taken Introduction to Women's Studies may complete the minor by taking one course from the electives list and participating in an approved off-campus experience of at least twelve credit hours that includes an internship.
No more than two courses in the minor may come from any single department and no more than two may be applied to another major or minor. These restrictions apply to all courses, including internships, special topics and independent study.