The Women’s and Gender Studies Program in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is cross-disciplinary, offering a minor in “Women’s Studies”. This program provides an opportunity for students to examine gender and women’s roles, contributions, and status in social and cultural context and to investigate a variety of disciplines from feminist perspectives.
Coursework for this program is available online and on-campus. Below are online courses available to apply toward this program. For more details on completing this program, visit the course program page
and talk with your adviser.
Minor Courses Online
WGS 201 – Introduction to Women’s Studies – Available Online Summer 2019
WGS 301 – International Perspectives on Women and Gender
WGS /ENV S 320 – Ecofeminism
WGS/SP CM 323 – Gender and Communication – Available Online Summer 2019
WGS 325 – Portrayals of Gender and Sexualities in the Media
WGS/SOC 327 – Sex and Gender in Society – Available Online Summer 2019
WGS/LD ST 333 – Women and Leadership
WGS 385 – Women in Politics – Available Online Summer 2019
WGS 386 – History of Women in America
WGS 450 – Topics in Woman’s Studies
WGS 488 – Research on Women and Leadership