The Minor in Women's Studies provides an overview of the interdisciplinary approaches to the study of women and gender equality issues, cultural representations of women and their social roles and the social axes of gender, race, class and sexuality. The minor provides students with a broad, interdisciplinary framework for analyzing social practices related to gender as well as the impact on their own lives.
For additional information regarding the Minor in Women's Studies please contact Professor C.K. Magliola in the Department of Sociology.
The minor requires a total of 21 credits, at least 12 of which must be upper-division, distributed as outlined below. At least 12 credits may not be duplicated with coursework taken towards the student's major and other minor(s).