1003 - Introduction to Women's
Studies - 3 credit hours
An interdisciplinary approach to study the origins, perspectives,
subject matter and methods of the discipline of Women's Studies.
Particular attention will be paid to the multiplicity of women's
identities and experiences. The course will explore issues such as
representation, media, sexuality, race, education, work, family,
victimization, and difference. The course will also introduce the
student to the concept of gender as a cultural phenomenon and how
these concepts influence the experiences of men and women in both
historical and modern times.
2103 - Women in Global
Prospective - 3 credit hours
Women in the Global Perspective, explores the experiences of women
around the world and how women's movements across the globe
practice the desire for equality.
3803 - Special topics - 3
This course covers examines the depth and diversity of Women's
Studies that may fall outside the range of listed courses. Special
Topics will be offered on an irregular basis, and topics will vary
according to instructor. Prerequisite: WS 1003.