The Gender Studies minor is an interdisciplinary minor that incorporates the approaches of multiple fields in order to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the theoretical construct of gender and the political, social, historical, and cultural roles of men and women. The minor will be administered by the Gender Studies Program Coordinator in the Department of Social Sciences.
The minor in Gender Studies consists of 21 semester hours.
Other courses, including internships, may be accepted by the Gender Studies Program Coordinator in consultation with the appropriate department head who wishes to offer such a course. A course will count toward the GST minor if at least 50 percent of the course material addresses gender issues and the course content incorporates contemporary gender scholarship.