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Gender Studies - Course Descriptions

The minor in Gender Studies requires the successful completion of two core courses (six credits):

GS 20100 A Global Introduction to Gender Studies and GS 30000 Gender Theory

Plus four general electives (12 credits) approved for the Gender Studies minor selected from among the following options* for a total of 18 credit hours. Some of the below are not offered every semester.

ANT 31800 Race, Ethnicity, and Gender
ARTH 36300 Early Modern Gender Studies 
CJ 31500 Victimology
CJ 34000 Women, Crime and the Law (J-Term)
DAN 37100 Dance in the 21st Century
ENG 28004 Special Topics: Gender Studies and Literature                                       
FRE 41200 French and Francophone Women Writers
FRE 41400 French Autobiography
HIS 31500 History of Gender in America
PSY 21000 Psychology of Parenting
PSY 30800 Psychology of Women
PSY 31300 Psychology of Adolescence
PSY 36500 Human Sexuality
REL 29904 Special Topics: Women in Religion (J-Term)
SOC 24000 The Sociology of Gender Roles
SPA 41600 The Role of Women in Hispanic Societies

For more information please contact:

Dr. Heather Brown-Hudson
Chair, Gender Studies
School of Humanities
Butler 319
(636) 255-2286

*Additional courses may be substituted with permission from both the dean of the respective department and the chair of the Gender Studies Program.

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