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All Courses

Core Courses: (18 hours)

  • WS 3010: Introduction to Women's Studies or WS 1030: Women in Global Perspective 
  • WS 2300: Women and Leadership I (required)
  • WS 2400: Women and Leadership II (required)
  • WS 3490: Theories of Gender and Sexuality
  • WS 4230: Women in the Developing World
  • WS 4360: Feminist Literary Criticism
  • WS 4590:  Selected Topics in Women's Studies
  • WS 3900: Internship (required)
  • WS 4010: Senior Seminar (required)

Standard Elective Courses (15 hours)

  • AAH 3050: Contemporary Art History
  • ANTH 4230: Women in the Developing World
  • COMM 3060: Discourse, Criticism, and Society
  • COMM 3070: Public Communication of Science and Technology
  • COMM 3080: Public Communication and Popular Culture
  • COMM 3150: Critical Discourse Theory
  • COMM 3480: Interpersonal Communication
  • COMM 4550: Gender Communication
  • COMM 4800: Intercultural Communication
  • ECON 4350: Family Economics
  • ENGL 2160: African American Literature
  • ENGL 3530: American Literature of Race, Ethnicity, and Migration
  • ENGL 3800: British and American Women Writers
  • ENGL 3850: Children's Literature
  • ENGL 3860: Adolescent Literature
  • ENGL 4360: Feminist Literary Criticism
  • ENGL 4420: Cultural Studies
  • ENGL 4530: Sexuality and the Cinema
  • ENGL 4560: Literature and Arts of the Holocaust
  • ENGL 4820: African American Literature to 1920
  • ENGL 4830: African American Literature from 1920 to the Present
  • FR 4000: Modern French Literature
  • FR 4990: Selected Topics in French Literature
  • HIST 3160: American Social History
  • HIST 3180: HIstory of American Women
  • HIST 3190: Gender and Law in United States History
  • HIST 3520: Egypt in the Days of the Pharohs
  • HIST 3530: Women in Antiquity
  • HLTH 3100: Women's Health Issues
  • NPL 3000: Foundations in Nonprofit Leadership
  • PHIL 3280: Philosophy and Technology of the Body
  • PHIL 3490: Theories of Gender and Sexuality
  • POSC 4580: Political Leadership
  • POSC 4800: Gender and Politics
  • PRTM 3250: Global Perspectives in Leisure, Recreation, andTourism
  • PSYCH 3060: Human Sexual Behavior
  • PSYCH 4080: Women and Psychology
  • PSYCH 4800: Health Psychology
  • SOC 3100: Marriage and Intimacy
  • SOC 3110: The Family
  • SOC 4600: Race and Ethnicity
  • SOC 4610: Sociology of Sex and Gender
  • SOC 4840: Child Abuse and Treatment
  • SPAN 3180: Spanish Through Culture
  • SPAN 4030: Spanish American Women Writers
  • THEA 3170: African American Theater I
  • THEA 3180: African American Theater II
  • WS 3490: Theories of Gender and Sexuality
  • WS 4230: Women in the Developing World
  • WS 4360: Feminist Literary Criticism
  • WS 4590: Selected Topics in Women's Studies
  • WS 4900: Creative Inquiry
  • WS 4950: Independent Study