Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies B.A.

 

Degree Requirements: 124 Credit Hours

See Core Curriculum for required courses in Area A1 through Area E.

Credit Hours
General Requirements (Core Areas A - E)42
Additional Requirements4
Area F - Courses Appropriate to Major18
FORL 1XXX
Foreign Language Course (1000-Level)
FORL 2XXX
Foreign Language Course (2000-Level)
Introduction to Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Gender in Global Contexts 3
Select One Additional 3 Credit Hour Course from Core Area C.
Select One of the Following:
Glob Pers Ant: People of World
Diaspora Studies
Critical Thinking
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Major Requirements15
Sociology of Sexuality
Sociology of Gender
WGSS Internship
WGSS Junior/Senior Seminar
Perspectives in Feminist Theory
Select One of the Following HIST:3
The African Diaspora
Women & Gender in Amer Hist
Modern Amer Popular Culture
The Civil Rights Movement
Women and Gender in Europe
Destruction of Slavery
American Indian History
Upper Division Requirements (3000 or above)6
Arts and Humanities
Choose from the following:
Gender, Media, and Representation
Popular Culture Theory and Criticism
Communication and Gender
Irish Women Writers
Literature by Women
Women in Film
History of Latinos/as in the United States
Women & Gender in Amer Hist
Biography and History
The United States in the 1960s
Tudor and Stuart Britain
Women and Gender in Europe
Revelation and Revolution
The New South
Language, Power, Politics
Feminist Philosophy
Religion, Sex, and Gender
Gender, Violence and Society
WGSS Internship
Topics in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Topics in Women’s Leadership
Selected Topics in Writing and Linguistics
Selected Topics in Writing
Writing and Healing
Writing, Rhetoric, and Culture
Advanced Writing, Rhetoric, and Culture
Behavioral and Social Sciences 6
Choose from the following:
Selected Topics Anthropology
Anthropology of Sex and Gender
Anthropology of Language and Gender
Sexuality in Human Development
Inequalities, Crime, and Justice
Victimology
Family Violence
Women and Politics
Human Rights in International Relations
Gender and the Law
Psychology of Gender
Psychology of Human Sexuality
Sociology of Sexuality
Gender, Violence and Society
Introduction to LGBT Studies
Social Movements
Sociology of the Family
Child Welfare and Family Services
Social Services Counseling Skills
Sport, Culture, and Society
WGSS Internship
Science Mathematics
Cultural Geography
Minor15-18
A University approved minor in another area of study.
Electives15
Total Credit Hours124

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