Women and Gender Studies Minor (18 credit hours)

The College of Arts and Sciences offers an interdisciplinary minor in Women and Gender Studies. The requirements for minors must be completed prior to graduation in order for the minor to appear on the transcript. For more information about minors, see the chairperson of the department or consult the website. www.csu.edu/womenandgenderstudies

Coordinator: Ann Kuzdale

Advisor:Pancho McFarland

Required Courses (6 credit hours)

WS 200 and 310

Electives (12 credit hours):

AFAM 2900; ART 2150; CJ 4320; GEOG 4280; SOC 2230; SOC 3230; SOC 4300; PSYC 2200; ENG 4321; ENG 4390; HIST 4100; HIST 4020 (or HIST 5020); HIST 4390; POL 3370; POL 3380; WS 2990 and any other Special Topics courses on Women with the approval of the WS advisor.

Equivalents from other institutions will be considered. Women’s studies courses may be used to satisfy the College of Arts and Sciences general education requirements.

Women and Gender Studies (WS) Course Offerings

2000/200 INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN’S STUDIES (3)

An overview of women’s history, women’s movements, and the study of women’s lives with attention to race and class. Fulfills Diversity Requirement.

2990/299 SPECIAL TOPICS IN WOMEN’S STUDIES (3)

In-depth study of a selected subject in women’s studies. May be repeated under different topics with the approval of the women’s studies advisor.

3100/310 SEMINAR IN WOMEN’S STUDIES (3)

Prerequisite: WS 2000/200; junior standing; successful completion of the English Qualifying Examination or consent of the instructor.

Feminist theory and methodology across disciplines. Special Programs

International Study, Research and Internship Abroad (S AB) Course Offerings

3960/396/G STUDY ABROAD – COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES (1-16)

Prerequisite: One year of residence at CSU, good academic standing, prior approval by the major department and by the college.

Coursework undertaken as part of an approved university study abroad program. Coursework to be completed abroad and must be approved in advance by department. May be repeated for a maximum of 32 credit hours.

4720/372/G ADVANCED STUDY ABROAD: SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

Prerequisites: Junior, Senior or Graduate status. Good academic standing and consent of department.

Historical topics related to an approved university study abroad program. To be completed prior to participation in the study abroad program. May be repeated under different topics for a total of 6 credit hours.

4730/373/G STUDY ABROAD –ADVANCED STUDY, RESEARCH AND INTERNSHIP ABROAD I (1-6)

Prerequisites: Junior,Senior or graduate status. Good academic standing and consent of department.

Coursework undertaken as part of an approved university study abroad program. May be repeated to a maximum of 12 credit hours.

4740/374/G STUDY ABROAD: ADVANCED STUDY, RESEARCH AND INTERNSHIP ABROAD II (1-6)

Prerequisites : Junior, Senior or Graduate status. Good academic standing and consent of department.

Coursework undertaken as part of an approved university study abroad program. May be repeated to a maximum of 12 credit hours.

4980/398/G STUDY, RESEARCH AND INTERNSHIP ABROAD – COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (1-16)

Prerequisite: One year of residence at CSU, good academic standing, prior approval by the major department and by the college.

Coursework undertaken as part of an approved university study abroad program. Coursework to be completed abroad must be approved in advance by department. May be repeated for a maximum of 32 credit hours.

4990/399/G STUDY RESEARCH AND FIELD RESEARCH ABROAD – COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (1-16)

Prerequisite: One year of residence at CSU, good academic standing, prior approval by the major department and by the college. Coursework undertaken as part of an approved university study abroad program. Coursework to be completed abroad and must be approved in advance by department. May be repeated for a maximum of 32 credit hours.