What does cross-listed mean?
- 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
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.
How do WS cross-listed courses work?
- The Women's Studies program is dependent on other
departments (*) to deliver classes both academically and financially so that
students can complete their course requirements for a minor in Women's Studies.
* Other departments: ANTH, COMS, CLAS, ENG, ESS, GEOG, HDFS, HIST HLTH, PHIL, PSY, & SOC
Who can register for WS cross-listed courses?
- During registration, our WS prefix courses
have a "special approval" attached to the course requiring the student
to contact the WS office to be advised.
- WS prefix courses requiring a special approval are called "cross-listed" courses. This means that other departments already offer the same course, with the same instructor, on the same day and time with a different Course Number (CRN).
- The WS prefix for these courses are for students interested in Minoring in Women's Studies.
- Advising students of the special approval process helps
confirm if the student is interested in being a minor in our program or
if they are only registering for a WS prefix course because the
cross-listed class is full.
How can I get into A class if it is full?
Note: " Intro to Women's Studies" fills quickly because it counts toward the CORE Curriculum
Online sections - Once the max enrollment is reached, overrides are not permitted unless you are Minoring in WS. To Minor in WS contact the Undergraduate Advisor, Tricia Earl, email@example.com
Face-to-face sections - Once the mas enorllment is reached, override requests are a first-come, first-seve basis. See information below.
Are you a Non-Minor?
For Non-WS Minor students wishing to be granted an override in a face-to-face WS 2300 section will need to contact the WS Academic Advisor to discuss the possibility to enter the WS Prefix course.
We recommend that students monitor the class in Raiderlink now and until the first week of classes to see if someone drops. The only reason you might see a negative number in the enrollment for the face-to-face sections is that I am working with students that need the class because they are Minoring in WS.
If no one drops, you should follow our override request policy/procedure which is as follows:
|Students wishing to be granted an override in a face-to-face class that is full should plan to arrive the fist day of class (10 min early) and meet face-to-face with the instructor of the section you are interested in, to see if there is a chance at an override. The instructor is the one that will make the decision to add you or not, pending the size of the room and availability of chairs.
Are you a Minor?
Note: " Intro to Women's Studies" is required for all Minors
WS Minors should make an appointment to be advised in order to be added to any WS 2300 section that is full. Contact the WS Academic Advisor.
Other WS Prefix Courses
All Non-WS Minor students need to view the home department that is offering the course (cross-listed section non-WS prefix course) to register for that section, as the WS prefix section is saved for our WS Minors only. If that section is full, please contact the WS Academic Advisor to discuss the possibility to enter the WS Prefix course.
WS Minors should make an appointment to be advised in order to be added to any WS 2300 course that is full. Contact the WS Academic Advisor.
Who can I talk to about adding a WS class?
- The Women's Studies scheduler, Tricia Earl, will remove the "special
approval" during the first week of classes to accomodate students. If you need assistance before then, please don't hesitate to email or call us.
WHAT CLASSES CAN I TAKE?
- 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.
Thinking about becoming a Minor?
Visit the current student degree plan here - Current Student
Review the Curriculum Table - Download PDF
See TTU Catalog for detail descriptions
There are *652 women’s and gender studies programs at community colleges, colleges, and universities in the U.S.
* Source: NWSA
What can I do with this Minor?
Catalogs & Course Descriptions
Special Approval Courses
TTU Student Community
- What are students saying about our program?
Raiderlink (Class Schedules, Log In, Calendars, etc.)
Core Humanities Requirement
(Class Schedules, Log In, Calendars, etc.)
Big 12 W&GS Programs