The requirements for a minor in women’s and gender studies are 20-32 credits (certain electives require additional prerequisite credits):
|Women's and Gender Studies Courses|
|WGS 201||Women's and Gender Studies: Frameworks and Issues 1||4|
|Select 16 additional credits from the following:||16|
|Gender and Communication|
|Writing of Women|
|Race, Gender, and Power in the Francophone World|
|Topics in German Film (when the focus is on women, gender or feminism)|
|Behind Closed Doors: Ancient Gender and Sexuality|
|Women and Art|
|U.S. Women's History|
|Women and Development: The Asian Experience|
|Philosophy of Feminism|
|Psychology of Gender 2|
|Women, Religion and Literature|
|Women's Religious History|
|Gender, Self and Society|
|Society and Human Sexuality|
|Hispanic Women Writers 2|
|Women and Theatre|
All minors must take WGS 201 Women's and Gender Studies: Frameworks and Issues. Because this course provides a theoretical framework, women’s and gender studies students are encouraged to take it as early as possible in pursuing a minor.
- No more than 6 credits may be accumulated from WGS 390 Academic Internship, WGS 480 Independent Study and WGS 490 Practicum.
- Students may apply to have a First-Year Seminar, Capstone and other Concordia courses counted toward completion of a women’s and gender studies minor if the content, pedagogy and assignments of the course fit the goals and outcomes of the minor. For procedures and forms contact the co-directors.