WMST 2010

Introduction to Women's Studies
Credit Hours:
3 hours

Not open to students with credit in WMST 2010H. The study of women of diverse racial, ethnic, and class backgrounds. Topics include contemporary concerns within women's studies: labor markets, health, reproduction, socialization, language, media representations, law, and public policy. Non-traditional format: This course is also offered through University System of Georgia Independent Study (USGIS).

Semester Offered:
Fall
Spring
Level:

WMST 1110H

Multicultural Perspectives on Women in the United States (Honors)
Credit Hours:
3 hours - 2 hours lecture and 1 hour lab per week

Not open to students with credit in WMST 1110. Experiences of women in selected racial and ethnic communities: Latinas/Chicanas, African Americans, Native Americans, Asian Americans, and other women in contemporary United States.

Prerequisites:
Permission of Honors
Semester Offered:
Spring
Level:

WMST 1110-1110D

Multicultural Perspectives on Women in the United States
Credit Hours:
3

Not open to students with credit in WMST 1110H. Experiences of women in selected racial and ethnic communities: Latinas/Chicanas, African Americans, Native Americans, Asian Americans, and other women in contemporary United States.

Semester Offered:
Fall
Spring
Level:

WMST 1000

Seminars on Women's Studies and Gender
Credit Hours:
1 to 3 hours - repeatable for max 3 hours credit

This course will expose students to current research in women's and gender studies by requiring them to attend seminars sponsored or approved by the Women's Studies Program. Non-traditional format: One hour seminar. Students may take this course in conjunction with their enrollment in a 3-credit women's studies class. Students are required to attend eight seminars and to write eight response papers for one credit hour.

Prerequisites:
Permission of the department
Semester Offered:
Fall
Spring
Level: