The Undergraduate Minor in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies is an interdisciplinary program granting students credit for specific courses in a wide variety of fields, including Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Communication, History, Literature, Nursing, Political Science, Sociology, and of course, Women, Gender and Sexuality studies. See the
for a full list of applicable courses and contact the Center with any questions about course substitutions.
Students earning a minor in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies understand how gender and sexuality intersect with class, race, ethnicity, disability, region, and age, as well as how these interconnections shape politics, economics, history, culture, and society. Students are prepared to think critically about the political, social, economic, and historical forces that shape the lives of women, men, nonbinary people, and LGBTQ+ people, along with responses through activism and advocacy.