WST 501: Graduate Topics in Women’s Studies
A graduate-level, interdisciplinary study of topics such as “Women’s Health,” “Women and Race,” or “Multicultural Issues in Women’s Studies.” Cr. 3.
This number can also be used for a graduate version of an undergraduate course (such as Women in Globalization). The professor works with the graduate student to design a graduate level educational experience.
WST 510: Advanced Studies in Feminist Theory
An advanced introduction to major issues in contemporary feminist theory. Cr. 3.
WST 520: Research Methodologies in Women’s Studies
An interdisciplinary course that focuses on the visions and methods that feminist scholars use to study women and gender. Introduces students to pioneering critiques of various methodologies as well as recent developments in the field. Cr. 3.
WST 580: Feminist Pedagogy
A history of Women’s Studies as an interdiscipline, a survey of feminist teaching strategies, and an examination of the philosophies of education on which those strategies are based. A practicum applying the course material in a WST class, a departmental course, or possibly in a K-12 school or other workplace will be included. Cr. 3.
WST 610: Research Seminar in Women’s Studies
An opportunity for students writing theses or dissertations to present their work and to read and discuss the work of others doing the same. May be taken twice. Cr. 1.
WST 698: Individual Projects in Women’s Studies
An opportunity for internships or action projects as well as independent study. Primarily for those not writing theses or dissertations.
Cr. 1 – 3.
Also available in other departments are:
Departmental Undergraduate Courses which can be taken for graduate credit: