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Course Selection - WGS

Elective Courses for Women and Gender Studies Area Studies Certificate Students (21 Credits) and Minors (15 Credits):

  • ANTH 1010 Cultural Anthropology (BSS)
  • ART 2810 Photography 1
  • ARTH 3610 Classic Art History: Greece and Rome, Gender Focus (CI)
  • ARTH 3620 Early Christian and Byzantine Art, Gender Focus (DHA)
  • ARTH 3630 Medieval Art, Gender Focus (DHA)
  • ARTH 3720 Renaissance Art, Gender Focus (CI)
  • ARTH 3740 Art of Avant - Gardes: 1872 -1945 (CI)
  • ARTH 3750 High Modernism To Post - Modernism 1945 - 1989 (CI)
  • ARTH 3760 American Art and Visual Culture (CI)
  • ARTH 4710 Feminist Theory and Practice in the Visual Arts (CI)
  • ARTH 3840 Race and Visual Culture (CI)
  • ARTH 4520 The Visual Cultures of Empire (CI)
  • ENGL 3325 Eighteenth-Century British Literary History**
  • ENGL 3510 Young Adult Literature
  • ENGL 3520 Multicultural American Literature
  • ENGL 3630 The Farm in Literature in Culture (CI/DHA)
  • ENGL 4300 Shakespeare**
  • ENGR 1940 Women in Engineering Seminar
  • FCHD 1010 Balancing Work and Family (BSS)
  • FCHD 1500 Human Development Across the Lifespan (BSS)
  • FCHD 2400 Marriage and Family Relationships (BSS)
  • FCHD 2450 Consumer and Family Economic Issues (BSS)
  • FCHD 3100 Abuse and Neglect in Family Context 
  • FCHD 3110 Human Sexuality
  • FCHD 3210 Families and Cultural Diversity (CI)
  • FCSE 3080 Dress and Humanity (DHA)
  • HEP 4500 Sexuality Education with the Schools
  • HEP 5000 Race, Culture, Class, and Gender Issues in Health (CI)
  • HIST/RELS 3020 Introduction to Hinduism (DHA)
  • HIST 3630 History of Modern Latin America
  • HIST 3670 Slavery in the Atlantic World (CI)
  • HIST/WGS 4260 Witches, Workers, & Wives: Gender and Family in Early Modern Europe and America
  • HIST/WGS 4550 Women and Gender in America (DHA/CI)
  • HIST/RELS 4560 Women in Islam
  • HIST 4630 History of Southwest Borderlands
  • HIST 4650 Women and Gender in the U.S. West
  • JCOM 3410 Film as Cultural Communication: Women, Feminism, and Film (DSS)
  • JCOM 4400/6400 Mass Media Criticism
  • JCOM/WGS 4410/6410 Gender and the Mass Media
  • PE 1407 Rape and Aggression Defense
  • PE 3000 Dynamic Fitness, Gender Focus
  • PHYS 1200 Introduction to Physics by Hands-on Exploration (BPS)
  • PSY 3120 Abuse and Neglect and the Psychological Dimensions of Intimate Violence (DSS)
  • PSY 4230 Psychology of Gender (DSS)
  • SOC 2370 Sociology of Gender
  • SOC 3010 Social Inequality (DSS)
  • SPAN 3630 Survey of Latin American Literature II (DHA)
  • SPAN 4900 Topic of Spanish Cultural Production
  • SPAN 4910 Topics of Hispanic American Cultural Production
  • TEAL 6020/7020 Foundations and Change in Early Childhood Education
  • THEA 3570 Historic Clothing (DHA)
  • WGS 3010 Women and Leadership
  • WGS 4900/6900 Directed Study: Women and Gender Studies

 

** To qualify as a WGS elective, students must complete their course projects on a gender-related topic.

WGS-Approved Special Topics Courses Electives (topics determine whether the course is a WGS elective)

  • ANTH 4800 Special Topics: Anthropology of Women’s Health
  • BIOL 4750/6750 Special Topics: Women in Science
  • ENGL 3030 Perspectives in Literature (DHA)
  • ENGL/HIST 3070 Perspectives in Folklore (DHA)
  • ENGL 4360 Studies in Film: Genre and Gender in Hollywood
  • ENGL 5300 Literature, Arts, and Culture (CI)
  • ENGL 5320 Literature, Politics, and Society (CI)
  • ENGL 6330 Topics in Literary Studies: Gender-Focused Topic
  • ENVS 4950/6900 Special Topics: Gender and Environments
  • ENVS 4950/6900 Special Topics: Social Justice and Environments
  • GEOG 5900/6900: Special Topics: Gender-Focused Topic
  • PSY 1010 General Psychology (BSS) (with Kerry Jordan)
  • SPCH 5000 Studies in Speech Communication: Gender and Communication

 

NOTE

With preapproval of the WGS director, as well as a signed contract with a WGS faculty member, other courses may be applied toward the certificate if at least 50 percent of the class material is directly related to gender issues or if students complete a gender-related project in order to earn 50 percent of their grade in that course.