University Bulletin 2016-17

Gender Studies

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  • GS 101
    Intro to Gender Studies
    3 cr

    This course provides an interdisciplinary, multicultural overview of the concept of gender and gender roles in patriarchal society. This course examines the social construction of gender in our society and how that has shaped such areas as economics, politics, cultural/social values, and the impact upon women and men in historical and contemporary terms.

  • GS 290
    Special Topics -
    3 cr

    Study of selected topics with an area in gender studies. May be repeated for credit when content varies.

  • GS 490
    Gender Studies Special Topics-
    3 cr

    Advanced study of selected topics within an area in Gender Studies. May be repeated for credit when content varies for a total of six hours.

  • GS 492
    Gender Studies Seminar -
    3 cr

    Advanced study of selected topics in Gender Studies. May be repeated for credit when content varies for a total of six hours.

  • GS 494
    Directed Studies
    1 TO 3 cr

    Directed research under the guidance of a Gender Studies faculty member. Requires permission of instructor. Student is restricted to taking a maximum of six hours of Directed Studies.

    Pre-requisite: GS 101 Minimum Grade of D
  • GS 496
    Internship -
    3 TO 6 cr

    Practical learning through occupational or community work with an approved agency dealing with gender-related issues. Readings and final report supervised by gender studies faculty. Special Permission required.

    Pre-requisite: GS 101 Minimum Grade of D