Catalog 2010-2012

Women's and Gender Studies

Liberal Arts Core courses included in minor program requirements are distinguished by italics.

Women's and Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary and multicultural program that engages in research and exploration concerning all areas of women=s and men=s experiences. Its unique perspective strengthens the abilities of students within any major to critically analyze theory and research emphasizing the importance of gender while including other essential categories of analysis such as race, class, sexuality, ethnicity, and nationality. This program is offered under the jurisdiction and general supervision of the Deans of the Colleges of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Humanities and Fine Arts*. For more information, contact the Women's and Gender Studies office, Baker 170, 319-273-7102, or www.uni.edu/womenstudies.

*Plans are in progress to consolidate the College of Humanities and Fine Arts and the College of Natural Sciences by June 30, 2011.

Required:

Humanities: 680:040 .....3 hours

Social Science: 900:150 .....1 hour

Three of the following core electives .....9 hours

Psychology: 400:060.

Health Promotion and Education: 410:162.

Communication Studies: 48C:153.

English Language and Literature: 620:128.

World Religions: 640:162.

Humanities: 680:160.

History: 961:146, 963:161.

Sociology: 980:129, 980:171.

Minimum of 6 hours from the elective lists with at least one course to be chosen from at least two of the three areas .....6 hours

Social Sciences:

Educational Psychology: 200:140, 200:188.

Design, Textiles, Gerontology, &Family Studies: 31F:010, 31F:020, 31F:057, 31F:150, 31F:153, 31F:157, 31T:114.

Psychology: 400:173.

Health Promotion and Education: 410:020, 410:128, 410:162.

Leisure, Youth and Human Services: 430:030.

Social Work: 450:041, 450:163, 450:173, 450:194.

LAC Capstone: CAP:140.

Social Sciences: 900:020, 900:023, 900:195.

Political Science: 942:142.

History: 961:120, 961:131, 961:142, 961:143, 961:146, 961:150, 963:161, 964:176, 964:180.

Sociology: 980:100, 980:105, 980:135, 980:138, 980:156, 980:171, 980:177.

Criminology: 982:123, 982:131.

Anthropology: 990:011, 990:157, 990:161, 990:167.

Humanities:

Communication: 48C:108 or 48C:110, 48C:113, 48C:122, 48C:123, 48C:142, 48C:146, 48C:151, 48C:153, 48C:160, 48C:189.

Theatre: 490:137.

Art: 600:060, 600:180.

English: 620:121, 620:123*, 620:128.

World Religions: 640:024, 640:162, 640:168.

Philosophy: 650:151/CAP:151, 650:152.

Humanities: 680:010, 680:110, 680:123, 680:128, 680:130, 680:160.

French: 720:031.

Experiential:

Social Science: 900:195

19 hours

*620:123 has prerequisite of 620:034 or consent of instructor.

In courses with multiple sections, the section which indicates a Women's and Gender Studies emphasis will count for the minor with written approval of the director.