A certificate in Women's and Gender Studies improves career-readiness for majors across the disciplines as a marker of cultural sensitivity regarding social inequalities related to gender and its intersectional relationship to race, sexuality, age, disability, religion, nationality, and other categories of social inequality.
|Required Courses 1
|Select at least one upper level WGST course from the following:
|Feminist Theory & Methods
|U.S. Women's Movement
|Feminist Disability Studies
|Gender, Disability, and Eugenics: US and Germany, 1900-1945
|Topics in Women's and Gender Studies
|Select three additional courses from WGST courses above or from the following approved electives in other disciplines:
|Women and Gender in Art
|Women and Crime
|Rhetoric of Reproduction
|Women and Political Rhetoric
|Gay and Lesbian Literature
|Unruly Women in 20th Century U.S.
|Women in the United States Since 1865
|Women and Gender in Modern China
|Topics in Women's History
|Women in Media
|Psychology of Women
|Religion and Gender
|Gender and Society
|Communication and Gender
Minimum grade of C is required for all coursework.