Women's Studies Courses

WS 200. Women in Society 3
An interdisciplinary course designed to introduce students to Women’s Studies as an academic discipline. As such, it analyzes cultural constructions of gender, race, class, and sexuality and explores the historical and socio-cultural backgrounds for those constructions and their effects. Carries a significant writing component. Prerequisite: English 111. Meets the American Diversity Connector requirement

WS 457. Directed Readings 1–3
Independent readings directed by a member of the Women’s Studies faculty and approved by the program coordinator.

WS 461. Internship 1–3
A student/agency-oriented field-learning experience that enables students to apply previously attained knowledge and skills. Must be approved by the program coordinator.