The Minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies brings together courses from across the university and encourages students to think critically about the significance of gender in art, in history, in society and in our daily lives. The courses affiliated with this minor assist students in developing gender literacy as a central component of civic engagement.
Students graduating with a Minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies will be well positioned as critical thinkers and engaged citizens. Their training will showcase skills ranging from fluency in various styles of communication and presentation to creative problem solving, and will enable them to speak confidently across a range of contemporary social issues.
All courses in the minor must be completed with a cumulative 2.0 GPA.
Only 10 credits of courses may count towards both this minor and your major. Contact an advisor for more information.
A mimimum of 10 credits must be upper division.
The minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies requires 25 credits to include:
Gender and Sexuality Studies Foundational Coursework (10 credits)
Gender Studies Topical Coursework (15 credits)
- See Gender and Sexuality Studies minor web page for list of approved options for remaining credits.