What classes can you take?
The WGSS minor is comprised of 18 credit hours (six courses). Students are required to take WGSS 2100: Introduction to Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, which is typically offered every fall semester. To fulfill the remaining 15 credit hours (five classes), students will choose two Core courses and three elective courses from a variety of classes across the disciplines including (but not limited to):
- Fine Arts
- Popular Culture
- Religious studies
What can you do with a WGSS minor?
Women, gender, and sexuality studies prepares students for a range of graduate school and career options. In learning to emphasize the intersectional nature of systems of oppression based on gender, race, class, and sexuality, WGSS minors have the foundational skills to pursue careers in social work, psychology, government, public service, law, and teaching, among others.