Introduction to Women's Studies (D) (3)
Introduction to the study of women as a diverse social group with a history, culture, and experience of their own, and to the study of gender as a category of social, cultural, and economic organization. An interdisciplinary and cross-cultural approach to incorporating race, class, and ethnicity as well as gender analysis. Emphasis on contemporary issues pertaining to women, including feminism and antifeminism, work, sexuality, family relations, reproduction, and politics.
Special Topics in Women's Studies (3)
A lower-division course on a specially selected topic.
Senior Seminar in Women's Studies (3)
Integration of the minor: readings and discussions about women and gender as dealt with in the natural and social sciences, and the humanities and fine arts.
Prerequisite: Any 15 credits in approved women's studies minor program or permission of instructor(s).
Special Topics in Women's Studies (3,3)
An upper-division course on a specially selected topic.
Independent Study in Women's Studies (BA,BA)
Advanced students work individually with an instructor on a self-determined course of study.