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Course Offerings

  • ANTH 3186: Anthropology of Gender
  • ART 4240: Women in Art in the 20th Century
  • CRIM 3983: Directed Criminology Research
  • CRIM 4231: Women and Criminal Justice
  • CRIM 4232: Family Violence
  • CRIM 4981: Directed Readings
  • ENG 2190: Studies in Literature by Women
  • ENG 4185: Studies in Literature by Women
  • HIST 4467: Women in American History to 1890
  • HIST 4468: Women in American History from 1890
  • HIST 4485: History of Black Women in America
  • MGMT 4626: Women and Work
  • PHIL 4130: Feminist Philosophy
  • POLS 3102: Gender in Politics
  • POLS 4502: Gender and Ethnicity in International Politics
  • PSYC 4085: Feminist Theory
  • PSYC 4140: Psychology of Gender
  • SOCI 2203: Intro to Women's Studies
  • SOCI 3293: Marriage and Family
  • SOCI 3603: Sociology of Gender
  • SOCI 4103: Women and Work
  • SOCI 4203: Women in American Society
  • SOCI 4153: Women and Aging
  • SOCI 4915: Violence Against Women
  • SOCI 4916: Gender and Work
  • SOCI 4999: Women and Social Change
  • SOCI 4999: Globalization and Women
  • XIDS 2100: Representing American Womanhood
  • XIDS 2100: Women on Stage and Screen
  • XIDS 2100: Jack the Ripper

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Also, each semester there are additional courses offered in many different disciplines, often 4999 seminar courses, that will count toward a Women's Studies minor. Moreover, many departments offer directed readings, directed research and internships which may count towards a Women's Studies minor. Directed readings, directed research and internships require the consent of the course professor and also Director of Women's Studies, Tiffany Parsons