Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program Outcomes and Requirements
- Students will be able to explain what patriarchy is and the ways in which it impacts individuals and society.
- Students will be able to articulate what gender is and how it is socially constructed.
- Students will be able to analyze how oppression is intersectional.
30 hours approved WSTU courses. Required courses are Introduction to Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WSTU 200), Senior Seminar (WSTU 496), and either Feminist Literary Criticism (WSTU 481) or Feminist Theory (WSTU 483). The remaining 21 hours will be distributed among the following approved Humanities and Social Sciences courses:
- WSTU 301: French Women Writers in Translation
- WSTU 302: Latin American Women Writers in Translation
- WSTU 331: American Women Writers
- WSTU 366: Goddess Traditions
- WSTU 412: Classical Women
- WSTU 422: European Women’s History to 1800
- WSTU 424: African American Women’s History
- WSTU 445R: Major American Figures
- WSTU 455R Topics in Women’s Studies
- WSTU 480: Theatre and Feminism
- WSTU 481: Feminist Literary Criticism
- WSTU 482: Women's Rhetoric
- WSTU 483: Feminist Theory
Social Science Courses
- WSTU 202: Women’s Issues in Southeast Asia
- WSTU 222: Women’s Health Issues
- WSTU 295: Violence Against Women
- WSTU 304: Gender in the Workplace
- WSTU 305: Sex and Gender
- WSTU 307: Gender and Society
- WSTU 324: Race, Gender, and the Media
- WSTU 336: Women in Politics
- WSTU 417: Women in the Economy
- WSTU 425: Gender, Crime, and Criminal Justice
- WSTU 434: Politics of Child Care
- WSTU 451: Psychology of Women
Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies Minor Requirements
18 hours of approved WSTU courses. Introduction to Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WSTU 200) is required.
The remaining 15 hours will be spread out in WSTU seminars.