Gender and Women's Studies

Degrees and Certificates

Classes

GWS 2050 : Introduction to Gender Studies

The history and evolution of feminist analysis as a force of history, theory, art, and culture. Critical distinctions between the biology of sex and the social construction of gender. Basic principles of feminist thought, from its origins in the Women's Movement of the late 1700s and 1800s, through modern manifestations, including today's diverse narratives. Multi-disciplinary and writing enriched.

Credits

3

GWS 3000 : Independent Study

Approval of Gender and Women's Studies Director required.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

Approval of Gender and Women's Studies Director required.

GWS 5000 : Integrating Seminar

An interdisciplinary course that focuses on a topic through methodology that requires Gender and Women's Studies minors to provide input from the research areas of their majors. Approval of Director of Gender and Women's Studies required.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

Approval of Director of Gender and Women's Studies required.