The gender studies minor has four key Learning Aims for students taking courses and completing the major and minor.
- To understand how gender and sexuality operate in institutions, systems, organizations and the public sphere;
- To develop an understanding of genders and sexualities that emphasizes the histories, theorizing, and experiences of multiple communities, identities, and perspectives;
- To recognize the intersection of race, class, sexuality, gender, and the structural sources of privilege in the full range of human endeavors;
- To understand the diversity of women’s lives in the past and present, in local, national and global contexts;
Learn about the criteria by which courses are included in the minor.
- Faculty: learn how to qualify your own course.
- Students: learn how to secure transfer credit for courses taken elsewhere, including abroad.
View the list of over 40 courses from which you can build a personalized gender studies minor.