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Minor in Women's & Gender Studies
The Minor in Women’s & Gender Studies offers students a range of courses with an emphasis on women, the contributions they have made to society, and the effects of gender inequality.
The minor in Women's and Gender Studies consists of 16 hours of coursework. Two required courses (WGST 200 and WGST 400) with 12 credit electives hours. The Women's and Gender Studies Minor participates in the A (Cultural and Behavioral Analysis) of the REAL curriculum.
For more information see Course Offerings.
What Can You Do With a Degree in Women's Studies?
Many of our graduates have either gone on to graduate programs or have found related work in fields such as education, social services, healthcare, and counseling.
- Clinic social worker
- Human rights advocate
- Archivist or Librarian
- Health clinic medical assistant
- Legislative Aide