Academic Catalog

Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies (WSTU)

WSTU 220:  3 s.h.  
Introduction to Women's & Gender Studies  (G3)  

Interdisciplinary and multicultural study of women’s roles and relationships and the ways they differ among women by race, ethnicity, class and sexual orientation. Overview of theoretical perspectives on gender and examination of contemporary issues facing women.

WSTU 300:  3-12 s.h.  
Co-Op Ed Experience in Wstu  

Co-Op Ed Experience in Wstu

WSTU 330:  3 s.h.  
Feminist Theory  (P)  

This course explores diverse strains of feminist theory, including liberal, radical, black, global, socialist/Marxist and lesbian feminisms. This is a required course for all women’s studies minors. Prereq: COMM 110, ENGL 110, WSTU 220, junior status or instructor permission.

WSTU 330H:  3 s.h.  
Hon: Feminist Theory  (P)  
WSTU 379:  3 s.h.  


WSTU 400:  3-12 s.h.  
Co-Op Ed Experience in Wstu  

Co-Op Ed Experience in Wstu

WSTU 488:  3 s.h.  
Senior Seminar  (G3, W)  

Interdisciplinary and mutlicultural examination of how feminist perspectives and a focus on women can restructure social institutions, ways of thinking and academic disciplines. Prereq: ENGL 110, junior or senior status, and WSTU 220 or another approved women’s studies course or permission of instructor.

WSTU 489:  1-4 s.h.  
Honors Course  

Honors Course

WSTU 491:  1-3 s.h.  
Topics Women's & Gender Stdy  

Investigates topics related to women’s and gender studies in history, literature, music, art, anthropology, sociology, communications, business, science or other field.

WSTU 498:  1-6 s.h.  
Ind Stdy:  

Allows students to pursue an academic area of interest not available through an established course, with faculty supervision and guidance. For further information, see the Special Academic Opportunities section of the catalog, and consult with the director of women’s studies.

WSTU 500:  3-12 s.h.  
Co-Op Ed Experience in Wstu  

Co-Op Ed Experience in Wstu