Gender and Sexuality Studies Minor
The Gender and Sexuality Studies minor challenges students to think critically and communicate effectively about constructions of gender and sexuality and their intersections with categories such as race, class, ethnicity, religion, nationality, and age, among others. This interdisciplinary program will equip students with the knowledge and abilities to recognize gender- and sexuality-based inequalities and work toward positive change.
A list of courses used in this minor must be developed in consultation with the director of the minor program (email@example.com). When approved, a copy of the list will be filed in the Registrar’s Office. Students are encouraged to take GN 100 as early as possible.
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- Total Credits Required for Minor20
- Core Course4
- Choose from the following:
- AD 376 Art, Gender, Psyche (4 cr.)
- HS 273 LGBT History (4 cr.)
- Only when topic is gender related
- NAS 414 First Nations Women (4 cr.)
- PL 250 Feminist Theory (4 cr.)
- PS 319 Women and U.S. Politics (4 cr.)
- PSY 223 Psychology of Gender (4 cr.)
- AD, AN, EN, GN HS, LG, NAS, NE, PL, PSY, PY, SO or SW 498 Directed Study** (1-4 cr.)
*Course may be repeated.
**Courses not listed above that have a gender focus may be submitted to the Gender and Sexuality Studies Program Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org) for approval toward the minor on an ad hoc basis as new courses arise.