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Major: A minimum of nine and ½ course credits, which include:

1. GSS 171, 270, 510 (1/2 credit to be earned over two semesters), and 487;
2. Six courses selected from the following, at least three of which must be at the 300 level, and

    which must be chosen from at least two different departments:

ANT 271 - Women's Roles in      ART 264 - African American Art &  ART 266 - American Indian Art:
    Cross-Cultural Perspective     Intersectionality                  Gender & the Marketplace

ART 361 - Saints & She-Devils   ART 363 - Feminist Art            BIO 108 – when topic is “Sex: A
                                                                      Feminist Evolutionary
CLA 264 - Women in Antiquity    CLA 373 - Love & Sexuality in         Perspective”
                                   Greece & Rome
EDU 240 - Education and                                           ECB 320 - Women, Men & Labor
    Culture                     ENG 325 - when topic is “Women        Market Seminar
                                   Writers in the Age of
ENG 335 - Virginia Woolf           Shakespeare” or focuses on a   ENG 332 - Queering the Restoration
                                   particular woman writer
ENG 372 - Film & Criticism-                                       ENG 370 - AIDS Literature, Film, &
    when the topic is “Women    ENG 351 - Studies in African-         Social Theory
    Directors”                     American Literature
                                                                  FRE 353 Race & Immigration in
FRE 354 - Sporting Identities   FRE 254 - Francophone Women           French Film
                                   in Translation
HIS 336 - Topic: Women in the
    Renaissance & Reformation   HIS 319 - Women in Medieval       HIS 320 - Persecution, Tolerance, &
                                   Europe                             Minorities in the Middle Ages
MUS 263 - Women & Music
                                HIS 354 - United States Social    HIS 358 - Work & Leisure in Modern
POL 331 - Gender &                 History Since 1940                 America
    Development
                                PHI 352 - Philosophy of Feminism  POL 330 - Women & Politics: A Cross-
SOC 246 - Gender Diversity                                            National Perspective
                                POL 361 - Race, Sex, & the
SOC 343 - Women: Oppressions       Constitution                   PSY 374 - Psychology of Women &
    & Resistances                                                     Gender
                                SOC 273 - Families & Family
SOC 366 - Gender Differences &     Policy                         SOC 317 - Reproductive Practices,
    Inequalities                                                      Reproductive Policies
                                SOC 351 - Sociology of the Body
                                                                  SOC 365 - Sexualities

                                SOC 367 - Self and Identity

   Similar courses, if approved in advance in by the Gender Studies program, may also be
   chosen as electives.

3. One experiential learning component. The experiential learning component may consist of an
off-campus course, a service/practicum course, an internship/apprenticeship experience, or
substantive activism or service component outside of a course (i.e., alternative spring break),
which is selected and approved in consultation with advisers This requirement may be fulfilled
for academic credit or through volunteer roles.

Each student will develop a brief rationale for her or his program of study, which will be
approved by the major advisor and a secondary program advisor from a second division of the

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