Feb 04, 2023  
2021-2022 General Catalog 

Women and Gender Studies (Minor)

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Program Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the interdisciplinary nature of feminist and gender scholarship.
  • Learn major feminist theories, debates, and methodologies.
  • Learn to analyze issues pertaining to women and gender issues from multi-cultural, intersectional, and transnational contexts.
  • Critically analyze how gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity/cultural background, social class, nationality, and citizenship intersect and create different experiences for different groups of people around the world.
  • Recognize the roles and ramifications of human/women agency and activism locally and globally.
  • Learn to reflect and interpret everyday lived experiences from feminist and gender perspectives.

Program Information

  • All courses must be passed with a “C-” (1.7) or better to be counted in the minor.
  • Other courses may be substituted; student should meet with the appropriate faculty, chairs, and/or deans to seek approval for a substitute course.

Women and Gender Studies Minor Curriculum (18 Credits)

Select One of the Two Tracks (12 Credits)

Track 1: Global Engagement

Select two lower-division (1000-2999) and two upper-division (3000-4999) courses from the following:

Track 2: Social Dynamics

Select two lower-division (1000-2999) and two upper-division (3000-4999) courses from the following:

Total Credits, Minor: 18

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