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2009 - 2010 Catalog of Courses 
    
2009 - 2010 Catalog of Courses [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Gender and Women’s Studies Minor


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REQUIREMENTS FOR A MINOR IN GENDER & WOMEN’S STUDIES:


No more than one course from a student’s major may count in any minor. A student majoring in any discipline other than Gender and Women’s Studies may complete a minor in Gender and Women’s Studies upon satisfactorily completing the following requirements:

Total Core - Credits: 10


II. APPLICATIONS


(Choose one; 3-6 credits)

Footnote


* Students may take WS 320 only if they are enrolled in the Sociology Block Program. Students wishing to have an internship or practicum experience outside of Sociology may sign up for an internship or practicum course in another department, as long as the project undertaken is gender-related. (See the Gender and Women’s Studies Coordinator to receive approval before signing up.) Examples of such courses include: Anth 316 Internship in Anthropology; Engl 258/358 Practicum - Service Learning; and ES 450 Internship Exercise Specialist. Students should look closely at the prerequisites for any of these courses before attempting to sign up. Students may not apply more than 6 credits of internship or practicum experience to the Gender and Women’s Studies minor.

III. DISCIPLINARY EXPLORATIONS


Choose two from the following list, one of which must be numbered above 300; 6-8 credits. Courses numbered 190/390 and 191/391 may also count, if approved.

Anthropology


Art


Biology


English


(A list of Gender/Women’s Studies approved courses is produced each term. Examples include Engl 380 Native American Literature: Contemporary Female Writers; Engl 420 World Literary Traditions: Topics: Contemporary Latin American Women’s Literature; Engl 423 Genres: Topics, etc.)

Gender and Women’s Studies


History


Modern Languages


Philosophy


TOTAL REQUIRED FOR GENDER & WOMEN’S STUDIES MINOR - CREDITS: 19-24


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