Nov 11, 2019  
2010-2012 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2010-2012 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Minor in Women’s Studies


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Women’s Studies

 

The Women’s Studies program is a multidisciplinary approach to teaching and learning.  Its intent is to correct the focus of the academic establishment that has traditionally ignored, minimized, or excluded the work of women in most branches of knowledge and areas of experience.  Its positive approach is a reassessment of learning and culture, and its goal is the assimilation of the best efforts of women into an integrated and equitable society.  The program is not intended to replace one’s major but rather to strengthen one’s undergraduate preparation through a concentration of various aspects of Women’s Studies.  A concentration in Women’s Studies prepares students for graduate study not only in that area, but also any area that requires a fully balanced, gender-sensitive understanding of society and culture.  Also, Women’s Studies prepares students to interact in a professional world that reflects the marked changes occurring in traditional gender roles.

Program Requirements - Credits: 15


Currently, student may earn a minor in Women’s Studies by taking fifteen credits, which must include WMST 115 and six credits numbered at the 300 level or above from the following courses, and achieving a QPA of 2.000 or better.

In addition, students may earn a Document of Academic Achievement in Women’s Studies by earning twelve credits from the following courses with a minimum QPA of 2.000.

 

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