AUCS 150 Gender, Identity, and Society
GS 202 Men and Masculinity
GS 290, 390, 490 Special Topics in Gender Studies
GS 291, 391, 491 Studies in Gender and Sexuality
GS 420 Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Theory
GS 450 Internship
GS 451 Independent Study
GS 450 Internship or GS 451 Independent Study
Students must meet prerequisites for courses listed for the major. See full course descriptions of electives under departmental listings. All courses taken to satisfy the major requirements must be taken for a letter grade and may not be taken on a Pass/No Pass basis. Gender studies majors must have a GPA of 2.0 in the gender studies courses presented for the major.
Learning Outcomes for the BA in Gender Studies
1) Majors will be able to demonstrate the ability to utilize their knowledge of gender studies through either analysis of, or practical application to, a gender studies related question or issue.
2) Majors will be able to demonstrate a good working knowledge of the core concepts and skills used in the theoretical, historical, and empirical investigation of gender across the variety of academic disciplines that comprise the field of gender studies.
3) Majors will be able to demonstrate an historical understanding of the development of the discipline of gender studies and the relationship of this historical evolution to social, cultural, economic, and political conditions, to a variety of social movements and activism, and to legal, political, institutional, and cultural changes.