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Degree Plan

The GWMS Minor requires 18 Hours:

  • 1 Required course
  • 3 hours
  • PHIL 3376/WMST 3376: Feminist/Gender Theory
  • 5 Electives
  • 15 Hours

The GWMS Undergraduate Certificate requires 9 Hours:

  • 3 Electives with 50% or more gender and women's studies content (9 Hours)

Courses 2012-2013

  • List of GWST-Electives
  • ANTH 4309 Anthropology of Women
  • *ART 4359 Special Topics Course: Women and Surrealist Art (Spring 2012)
  • COMM 3345 Gender & Communication (CS)
  • COMM 4303.9OL/6340.9O: Theatre and Sexuality (offered every summer)
  • CRIJ 3344 Gender, Crime and Criminal Justice
  • *ENG 3320 Special Topics Course: Gloria Anzaldúa
  • ENG 3341 Women's Rhetoric and Language
  • ENG 3342 Ethnic Women Writers
  • ENG 3343 Women's Literature
  • ENG 3344 Latin American Women Writers
  • HIST 3360 History of American Family & Childhood
  • HIST 3375 Women in History Topics
  • HIST/LAMS 3377 Latin American Women the Modern Era
  • HIST/LAMS 3378 Women in Colonial Latin America
  • HIST 3385 Gender in the American West
  • HIST 4395 Women in the Middle East
  • MUS 3307 Women in Music
  • NURS 3309 Women's Health Issues
  • PHIL 3379 Chicana Latin Feminism
  • *PHIL 4390: Special Topics Course: Psychoanalysis
  • POLS 3380 Gender in U.S. Politics
  • POLS 3381 Women in World Politics
  • POLS 3382 Politics of Women of Color
  • PSY 3338 Gender Development
  • SOCI 4310 Gender in a Global Perspective [only online; during whole year]
  • SOCI 4320 Sociology in family (in fall)
  • SOCI 4330 Gender Research in Social Psychology
  • SOCW 4320 Social Work in Health Care
  • SOCW 4321 Domestic Violence in Society
  • WMST 3310 Latin American Women's Studies Special Topics
  • WMST 3376 Feminist Theories
  • WMST 3381 Women and Global Political Movements
  • WMST 4302 Special Topics in Women's Studies

* Note that these special Topics Courses vary in theme. Check with the Professor to see if they are teaching a Gender and Women's Studies Course