Graduate students must complete nine credit hours with a grade of B or better in each course. Because the Minor is an interdisciplinary one, at least one of the courses needs to be in a field different from that of the graduate program. All courses must be taught by the Women's and Gender Studies Affiliated Faculty. An Affiliated Faculty member (not in the field of the graduate program) must sit on the master's or dissertation committee.
EAC 540 - Gender Studies in Adult and Higher Education
ECD 740 - Advanced Psycho-Social Identity Development
ENG 512 - Theory and Research in Professional Writing
ENG 525 - Variety in Language
ENG 583 Gender and Medicine
WGS/ANT 544 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
WGS/ECD 540 Gender Issues in Counseling
WGS/HI 547 American Women to 1900
WGS/HI 548 American Women in the 20th Century
WGS/PSY 506 Psychology of Gender
WGS/SOC 704 Feminist Thought in the Social Sciences
WGS/SOC 737 Sociology of Gender
SOC 739 Social Psychology of Inequality
VPH 555 - Public Health, Sustainable Development, and Gender in a Global Context
ZO 592V Sex Differences: Neurobiology and Society
Special topics courses in a variety of disciplines may be taken with the approval of the Women's and Gender Studies Curriculum Committee.
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*Please note that course acronyms may differ in TRACS.