IntroductionThe Womens Studies Program offers a 20-credit graduate certificate in Womens Studies that can be pursued in the contexts of the Master of Humanities and the Master of Arts in English Programs, as a complement to any graduate or professional degree program, or by nondegree graduate students. As an interdisciplinary program of womens studiesdesignated undergraduate and graduate courses across much of the curriculumWomens Studies enables students to develop a specialty or subspecialty in gender analysis. For a list of approved courses and more information on the Womens Studies Program, visit the Womens Studies Web site: http://www.cola.wright.edu/wms/wmsprgms.htm/. See also Humanities, English Language and Literatures, and Selected Graduate Studies.
AdmissionAdmission requirements are a baccalaureate degree in any field with a 3.0 average, or a graduate degree in any field, or enrollment in any graduate degree program at Wright State University. Nondegree students must be admitted to the Graduate School with nondegree status. Students wishing to pursue the Womens Studies graduate certificate must fill out a certificate application with the Director of Womens Studies.
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