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Undergraduate Catalog 2012-13 
Undergraduate Catalog 2012-13 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Women’s Studies Concentration

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Sharon M. Meagher, Ph.D., Director

Courses for the Women’s Studies Concentration are drawn from departments across the University and are open to students in all majors. (To enroll, students must see the Director of Women’s Studies.) The concentration consists of six courses including one required foundational course from a list of four:

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Students are strongly encouraged to take two foundational courses, one in the social sciences and one in philosophy. Additional foundational courses beyond the required one will count as electives for the concentration. Many of the cross-listed Women’s Studies courses also fulfill major, minor, cognate, and/or general education requirements. Students also are encouraged to do extracurricular activities that will enrich their classroom experience.

Students may, with the approval of the Women’s Studies Committee; substitute honors tutorials or thesis, study abroad courses, one reader, or a non-cross-listed course for a women’s studies course elective in cases where major graded requirements are completed in ways that meet the course criteria for women’s studies. Students seeking such substitutions should seek advice from the Director of Women’s Studies, preferably before completing the credits they wish to substitute.

 For more informaton about the Latin American Studies and Women’s Studies (LA/W/S) department, visit its website.


Women’s Studies Courses

Some of the listed courses have prerequisites; please consult departmental description.

Foundational Courses:

Students completing the concentration must complete one of the following foundational courses but are encouraged to take one philosophy and one sociology course:

Supplemental Courses:

Choose any five (or four if two foundational courses are taken)

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