Women's Studies Minor (WST)

The interdisciplinary minor in Women’s Studies enhances students’ liberal arts educations by emphasizing the experiences and contributions of women from diverse historical and contemporary cultures. Students who graduate with a minor in Women’s Studies will:

  • use the critical methods and approaches associated with Women’s Studies in classes from a range of disciplines;
  • articulate an understanding of the diverse contributions, perspectives, and experiences of women across various cultures, past and present;
  • and conduct upper-level research in issues related to women and/or sex/gender.
Program Contact: Professor Holly Barbaccia
Required Course Selections12 hours
Electives6 hours


Any additional two courses from the above list, OR any two courses with a significant focus on women or gender (with program director approval).

Sub-Total Credit Hour(s)

Note: At least 12 hours must be taken at the 300/400 level.

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