Women’s and Gender Studies Minor
A Women’s and Gender Studies (WMST) minor complements majors in a variety of disciplines. It provides a theoretical, interdisciplinary approach to the critical examination of women’s roles, contributions, history and experiences and of gender structures in societies and cultures in the U.S. and the world.
The minor may also be taken in partial fulfillment of requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies.
Distribution List of WMST courses.
- students should consult with the Women's and Gender Studies director on choice of electives–see distribution list below;
- students who are completing a minor in Women's and Gender Studies as well as a Gender Studies Certificate may only count one course for both the certificate and the minor: WMST 101 or WMST 310;
- no more than 8 credits from the Applied Emphasis of the Distribution List will count toward the minor;
- no more than 3 credits of summer workshops may be counted toward the minor.
|WMST 101||INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN'S STUDIES||4-5|
|or HUMN 101||INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN'S STUDIES|
|or WMST 310||ISSUES IN WOMEN'S STUDIES|
|or HUMN 310||ISSUES IN WOMEN'S STUDIES|
|WMST 410||FEMINIST THEORY||4|
|or HUMN 410||FEMINIST THEORY|
|Women's and Gender Studies Electives|
|To bring total to 22 credits, select 13-14 credits of upper division courses from the WMST distribution list.||14|