Degrees Offered with a Major in Women's Studies
- Master of Arts
Requirements for these degrees are given in the Graduate Degrees section of this catalog.
Center for Gender, Sexualities, and Women's Studies Research Courses
|WST 5933||Proseminar in Women's Studies||3|
|WST 6004||Feminist Methods in Research and Scholarship||3|
|WST 6245||Women and Therapy||3|
|WST 6508||Advanced Feminist Theory||3|
|WST 6596||Intersectional Activism||3|
|WST 6905||Independent Study||1-3|
|WST 6935||Special Topics in Women's Studies||1-3|
|WST 6936||Feminist Challenges to Disciplinary Paradigms||3|
|WST 6946||Internship in Applied Women's Studies and Gender Research||1-3|
|WST 6957||International Studies in Women's Studies and Gender Research||1-6|
|WST 6971||Research for Master's Thesis||1-15|
Women's Studies (MA)
SLO 1 Knowledge
Students identify, define and describe gender in culture and society.
Students recognize multi-cultural and transnational currents of feminist thought.
SLO 2 Skills
Students apply critical thinking, research, and writing skills in all of their courses and other graduate work;
communication skills in and out of the classroom as active participants in their own education; and meet deadlines and fulfill academic commitments.
SLO 3 Professional Behavior
Students apply professional behavior, meeting expectations in the academic community and beyond. They fulfill work obligations in a thoughtful and timely way,
and display collegiality and sensitivity to faculty and other students in the program. They participate collaboratively and contribute to the life of the CWSGR.