The minor is a part of Cross Disciplinary Programs.

The women's and gender studies minor explores the scholarship related to gender and equity issues affecting women. In particular, women's, gender and sexuality studies is concerned with gender as it intersects with multiple categories such as race/ethnicity, sexuality, economic class and age. This concern is framed by recognition of increased globalization and technological growth impacting social institutions and gendered identities. Students in women's, gender and sexuality studies will develop academic frameworks for understanding gender, diversity and social justice; they will acquire knowledge and skills that prepare them for careers in advocacy and communications. This minor includes one required course, WGSS 200.

The minimum requirement for a minor in women's and gender studies is 18 credit hours.


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