What Classes Do Women's Studies Minors Take?
Some women's studies courses fulfill the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Individual or Group Behavioral Sciences, and the Core Language, Philosophy, Culture and Multiculture requirements.
The most popular course offered is WS 2300 "Intro to Women's Studies".
Students will gain an in-depth understanding of the way in which gender plays a critical role in the lives of women and men. In your classes you will examine the cultural and social construction of gender, explore the history, experiences and contributions of women to society, and learn the nuances of gender on the lives of both women and men.
- WS 2300 (Open to all non-WS Minor and Minor students)
- WS Cross-listed Courses
- WS Undergradutae Minor
- WS Graduate Courses
- WS TTU Catalog
- Undergraduate Advisor - Tricia Earl - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Graduate Advisor - Charlotte Dunham - email@example.com
Undergraduate Courses for the Minor
Go to Undergraduate Courses
Links of interest
Women's Studies Council
The purpose of the Women’s Studies Council is to advise the Director of the program and enable all members of the University community to participate in and be informed about the Women’s Studies Program.