Descriptions of course offerings are included below. For advice on course selection be sure to speak with a faculty adviser.

Unless otherwise noted, these courses are taught every year and in the semesters indicated.

200. Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Studies.
Fall or Spring. Credits: 4.

An interdisciplinary course designed primarily for first and second year students. This course explores the construction of gendered ideologies from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.

400. Feminist and Queer Theory.
Fall or Spring. Credits: 4.

An interdisciplinary seminar in contemporary feminist and queer thought for advanced students. Students will examine the contributions of feminist scholars in fields including political theory, literary criticism, psychology, anthropology, sociology, and philosophy. Junior or senior standing or permission of instructor required. Prerequisite: GSST 200 or permission of instructor.

460. Internship.
Fall, Spring. Credits: 1-4
Degree Requirements: F11.

A directed internship in which students integrate their academic study of gender or sexuality issues with practical experience in off-campus organizations, agencies, or businesses. To be eligible, students must have a G.P.A. of 2.5 or higher. Pass/Fail only.