The following courses have been approved for gender, sexuality, and women's studies credit:

  • ANT 271 Women's Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective (Misha Quill)
  • ART 363 Feminist Art (Christina Morris Penn-Goetsch)
  • ART 361 Saints and She-Devils (Christina Morris Penn-Goetsch)
  • ART 264 African American Art: Intersectionality and the United States (Christina Morris Penn-Goetsch)
  • ART 266 American Indian Art: Gender and the Marketplace (Christina Morris Penn-Goetsch)
  • BIO 108 Sex: A Feminist Evolutionary Perspective (Marty Condon)
  • CLA 264 Women in Antiquity (John Gruber-Miller)
  • CLA 373 Love and Sexuality in Greece and Rome (John Gruber-Miller)
  • ECB 320 Women, Men, and Labor Market Seminar (Jerome Savitsky)
  • EDU 240 Education and Culture (Kate Kauper)
  • ENG 335 Virginia Woolf (Leslie Kathleen Hankins)
  • ENG 372 Film and Criticism (when the topic is “Women Directors”) (Leslie Kathleen Hankins)
  • ENG 332 Queering the Restoration (Shannon Reed)
  • ENG 370 AIDS Literature, Film, and Social Theory (Michelle Mouton)
  • ENG 325 Renaissance Non-Dramatic Literature (when the topic is "Women Writers in the Age of Shakespeare" or focuses on a particular women writer)(Kirilka Stavreva)
  • Studies in African-American Literature (Rebecca Entel)
  • FRE 254 Bending Boundaries: Francophone Women in Translation (Rebecca Wines)
  • FRE 353 Race and Immigration in French Film (Rebecca Wines)
  • FRE 354 Sporting Identities (Rebecca Wines)
  • HIS 319 Women in Medieval Europe (Michelle Herder)
  • HIS 320 Persecution, Tolerance, and Minorities in Medieval Europe (Michelle Herder)
  • HIS 336 Women in the Renaissance and Reformation (topic, Michelle Herder)
  • HIS 354 United States Social History Since 1940 (Catherine Stewart)
  • HIS 358 Work and Leisure in Modern America (Catherine Stewart)
  • MUS 263 Women and Music (Jama Stillwell)
  • PHI 352 Philosophy of Feminism (Genevieve Migley)
  • POL 330 Women and Politics: A Cross-National Perspective (Aparna Thomas)
  • POL 331 Gender and Development (Aparna Thomas)
  • POL 361 Race, Sex, and the Constitution (Craig Allin)
  • PSY 374 Psychology of Women and Gender (Melinda Green)
  • REL 359 Issues in Christianity Today (when the topic is Feminist Theology)(Joseph Molleur)
  • SOC 273 Families and Family Policy 
  • SOC 343 Women: Oppressions and Resistances (Mary Olson)
  • SOC 246 Gender Diversity (Erin Davis)
  • SOC 249/PSY 256 Traditional Culture and Contemporary Issues in Japan (Erin Davis and Carol Enns)
  • SOC351 Sociology of the Body (Erin Davis)
  • SOC 317 Reproductive Practices, Reproductive Policies (Tori Barnes-Brus)
  • SOC 365 Sexualities  (Erin Davis)
  • SOC 366 Gender Differences and Inequalities (Erin Davis)
  • SOC 367 Self and Identity (Erin Davis)