WS 200 Introduction to Women’s Studies 3SH
The course will introduce students to the broad variety of scholarship on women throughout the world. The course content includes topics such as: gender, gender roles, and sexuality and power. The course will examine women’s lives through the lens of history, race, class, ethnicity and sexuality. The course may also address: women and work, welfare, family issues, AIDS, violence, reproductive rights, civil rights, communication, health, literature, militarization and welfare. Competency: Critical Thinking and Intercultural.
WS/HIS 210 Women in American History 3SH
See HIS/WS 210 Competency: Critical Thinking.
WS/COM 211 Women, Language and Communication 3SH
See COM/WS 211
WS/PSY 217 Psychology of Women 3SH
See PSY/WS 217
WS/ANT 236 Culture, Sex & Gender 3SH
See ANT/WS 236
PS 250 Congress and the Presidency 3 SH
This course provides a historical and institutional analysis of the legislative and executive branches of the United States government. The theoretical and constitutional basis for each branch is addressed, with particular emphasis on the evolution of the relationship between the branches over time. The class explores the presidency, the bureaucracy, the House of Representatives, the Senate, and the important ways each influences the other. Particular focus is paid to the legislative process and other interactions between the executive and legislative branches. Prerequisite: PS 102 or instructor permission.
WS/PHI 260 Philosophy of Women and Gender 3SH
See PHI/WS 260 Competency: Critical Thinking and Writing Intensive Tier 2.
WS/JLA 301 Women and Criminal Justice 3SH
See JLA/WS 301
WS/HIS 319 Women in Medieval and Early Modern Europe 3SH
This class will focus on the history of women during the medieval and the early modern period, from roughly the 9th until the 16th centuries. Discussion begins with understanding medieval and early modern categories of women in European culture: mystics, queens, witches, authors, nuns, mothers, etc. Then the course examines the lives of specific women who may or may not conform to the expectations of these categories of women. Course discussion also focuses on the origins and persistence of gender stereotyping throughout these periods and debate over their continued relevance. Prerequisite: Junior standing or written permission of the instructor. Competency: Intercultural and Oral Communication.
WS/ANT 321 Gender and Globalization 3SH
See ANT/WS 321
WS/ENG 334 Women Writers 3SH
See ENG/WS 334
WS 339/PHI 339 Women in the History of Philosophy 3 SH
See PHI/WS 339 Competency: Culminating Experience and Writing Intensive Tier 3.
PS 340/WS 340 Gender, Justice, and the State 3 SH
See WS 340/PS 340 Competency: Information Literacy.
The following courses also have been approved and are offered periodically:
WS/ECO 327 Economics of Gender
WS/NUR 250 Women’s Health Issues
WS/ANT 314 Native Peoples of the Southwest: Women, Spirituality and Power
WS/HIS 320 Women and Leadership