Program Coordinator: Melinda Kane (404-A Brewster Building; 252-737-2478; firstname.lastname@example.org)
The graduate women’s studies minor consists of 9 s.h. of graduate-level course work designed to complement the student’s major field by exploring the experience of women in relationship to issues of gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, class, political structures, and social systems. The minor encourages critical thinking, seeks new knowledge, and explores feminist theory across cultural and disciplinary boundaries.
The minor includes the theoretical foundations course, WOST 5000 , and at least two courses from the following: SOCI 5400 ; CDFR 5300; SOCW 5007 ; WOST 6100 ; a maximum of 3 s.h. in WOST 6101 , WOST 6102 , WOST 6103 , or approved courses at the graduate level.
Information about Gender Studies is available on the program’s website.