Women's Studies Courses

WMS 200 - Introduction to Women's Studies (3 hours)
Gen. Ed. SF
Interdisciplinary course; reexamines traditional approaches to and offers new perspectives on roles, contributions, and identity of women as a group. The female body; sex differences; historical changes in women's roles; women as members of minority, racial, ethnic, and sexual groups; changing economic, political, and social status of women in 20th century American society. Approved for General Education.

WMS 400 - Directed Research in Women's Studies (3 hours)
Directed readings or research for a paper which analyzes, synthesizes, and interprets an area of women's studies. Prerequisite: WMS 200; 9 hrs. of Women's Studies elective courses; or consent of instructor.

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