Women's Studies is grateful to all the home departments that continue to see the correlation between your course content offerings and that of the Women’s Studies Program mission
A cross listed course is a single course which is delivered by a home department which shares the enrollment with the Women’s Studies program; it has two separate CRN numbers and two catalogue prefix identifiers while maintaining the same title to the course.
Usually there are 5-10 seats in this course, which fall under the Women’s Studies CRN number and are created by the staff coordinator of Women’s Studies. Course fees from those seats go to Women’s Studies; the remainder of the seats are under the home dept. CRN and those fees go to that home department.
What does cross-listed mean?
How do cross-listed courses work?
Who can register for cross-listed courses?
How can I get into the WS 2300 class if it is full?
Who can I talk to about adding a WS class?
Listed here are all the cross-listed classes associated with the program. Women’s Studies cannot offer these courses without confirmation from the home department.
(See TTU Catalog for detail descriptions)
Note: Courses in parenthesis are "cross-listed" with another department
|WS Prefix||Description||Home Department|
|WS 2301||Gender Roles: Lifespan Developmental Perspectives||(HDFS 2300)|
|WS 3307||Gender Issues in Sport||(ESS 3352)|
|WS 3312^||Gender and Communication||(COMS 3334)|
|WS 3321^||Human Sexuality from a Life Span Perspective||(HDFS 3321)|
|WS 3323^||The History of Women in America||(HIST 3323)|
|WS 3325^||Gendered Lives||(SOC 3325)|
|WS 3326||Women and Politics||(POLS 3326)|
|WS 3331^||Sexuality, Intimate Relations and Family Life||(SOC 3331)|
|WS 3337^||Inequality in America||(SOC 3337)|
|WS 3340||Gender & Sexuality in the Classical World||(CLAS 3340)|
|WS 3341+||Women in European Civilization||(HIST 3341)|
|WS 3342||Intro to Research in Human Geography||(GEOG 3340)|
|WS 3382||Women Writers||(ENGL 3382)|
|WS 4302||Psychology of Human Sexual Behavior||(PSY 4300)|
|WS 4325||Major Issues in U.S. Women's History||(HIST 4325)|
|WS 4355||Women in Conflict in the 20th Century||(HIST 4355)|
^ Fulfills Core Social and Behavioral Sciences - Individual or Group Behavior Requirement
+ Fullfills Core Humanities Requirement
There are *652 women’s and gender studies programs at community colleges, colleges, and universities in the U.S.
* Source: NWSA
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