Course Offerings with Credit for Gender Studies

  • AFAM 210, Black Fictions and Feminism
  • AFAM 355, African-American Women in American History
  • BUS 493, International Management: A Gender-Based Perspective
  • CLSC 225, Gender and Identity in Greece and Rome
  • COMM 422, Advanced Media Studies
  • CONN 332, Witchcraft in Colonial New England
  • CONN 340, Gender and Communication
  • CONN 369, Goddesses and Power
  • ECON 244, Gender and the Economy
  • EDUC 290, Making Men: Schools and Masculinity
  • ENGL 226, Survey of Literature by Women
  • ENGL 360, Major Authors (depending on subject; not all sections are GS approved)
  • ENGL 391, Studies in Lesbian and Gay Literature
  • ENGL 405, Writing and Gender
  • ENGL 446, Studies in 17th and 18th Century American Literature (depending on subject; not all sections are GS approved)
  • ENGL 470, Impolite Subjects: Sex and Gender in Early America
  • ENGL 478, Jane Eyre and Revision
  • ENGL 485, Literature and Gender
  • HIST 305, Women and Gender in Pre-Modern Europe
  • HIST 349, Women of East Asia
  • HIST 392, Men and Women in Colonial Africa
  • HUM 327, Queer Cultures
  • PHIL/PG 390, Gender and Philosophy
  • PSYC 250, Human Sexuality
  • REL 321, Sexuality and Christianity: Then and Now
  • REL 368, Gender Matters
  • SOAN 202, Family in Society: Critical Perspectives
  • SOAN 212, Sociology of Gender
  • SOAN 315, Identity Politics in Latin America
  • SOAN 316, Social and Cultural Change
  • SOAN 318, Gender and Globalization
  • SOAN 390, Men and Masculinities
  • STS 318, Science and Gender

Other courses may be added to this list on a semester-by-semester basis.