Coordinator: Dr. Donna Harrington-Lueker, Ph.D.
The Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program is an interdisciplinary minor that approaches the human experience by considering the impact of gender and sexualities. The minor (18 credits) examines the intersection of complex relations among gender, sexualities, power, race, class, ethnicity, identity, and other cultural forms of difference. This individually tailored program allows students to explore service-learning opportunities and to examine how issues of gender and sexualities apply to their fields of study, including nursing, business, art, education, politics, social work, etc. Within their practical fields of study, students discover the broader issues of social justice, the mission of the University, and the dignity of the individual.
|WGS-200||Theory and Practice in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies||3|
|Select 15 credits from the following: 1||15|
|Gender and Sexuality in Art|
|Hormones & Behavior|
|Women and Crime|
|Women's Magazines and the Construction of Gender|
|Media and Gender|
|Great Women Novelists|
|Psychology of Prejudice|
|Good Girls, Bad Girls: Women of the Bible|
|Gender and Sexuality: Cross-Cultural Perspectives|
|"Sex" at "Work"|
|Social Problems: Analysis by Race, Class and Gender|
|Special Topics in Women, Gender and Sexuality|
The elective courses must be selected from the list of approved classes. Students must take elective classes in at least two different disciplines.