MA 9 cr. hrs.
PhD 12 cr. hrs.
The interdisciplinary Graduate Minor in Women's Studies is designed to enhance graduate studies in any major field or discipline, and offers students work experience in their prospective fields. The minor provides students with grounding in the knowledge, theories, and methods of a variety of approaches in feminist scholarship. The program seeks to transcend traditional boundaries among disciplines, and to offer students opportunities for systematic study of gender and women's experience in all fields of knowledge.Requirements for an interdisciplinary graduate minor in Women's Studies include:
WOST 68000 Feminist Theory
WOST 68100 Contemporary Issues in Feminist Scholarship
WOST 68200 Issues in Feminist Research and Methodology
Beyond the core courses, students may choose electives from courses listed by the Women's Studies Program, according to their research interests.
To register for a graduate minor certificate, send a letter of intent and a copy of your plan of study to:
Dr. TJ Boisseau, Director
Women's Studies Program
Once you've completed the requirements, submit a transcript to the same address as above. Your file will be evaluated by the Director of Women's Studies; if all courses are in order, the graduate minor certificate will then be awarded.