Gender studies focuses on social oppression from a variety of angles: men and masculinities, queer and transgender rights, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, Indigenous status, age and class. Choose from courses across eight departments to look at women in the ancient world, explore the language and literature of gender and consider contemporary theories of feminism.
Gender Studies can be used to fulfill minor requirements in:
Specific minor requirements (18 credits)
18 senior-level credits with a minimum of six credits completed at the 300- or 400-level. To ensure the interdisciplinarity of the program, students would not be allowed to fulfill minor requirements with more than two courses within one discipline or three GEND courses.
Students must have completed or be enrolled in GEND 219 to declare this minor.
|GEND 219 - Feminist Theories and Foundations|
|GEND 319 - Indigenous and Postcolonial Feminisms|
Choose 12 credits:
Planning sheets help you keep track of the courses you must take to fulfill the requirements of your degree. Use the appropriate planning sheet for your major(s) or minor(s) in combination with planning materials for the options and breadth requirements of your degree.
Contact Program Services for program planning information.
Department of Sociology
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