The Women’s Studies Program offers a 12-credit graduate certificate in Women’s 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 women’s studies–designated undergraduate and graduate courses across much of the curriculum—Women’s Studies enables students to develop a specialty or subspecialty in gender analysis.
Core Course :
WMS 7000, Feminist Theory* or equivalent Feminist Theory Course 3 credit hours
*M.A. English students are to take ENG 7140, Women's Studies Theory and Literature
Additional Elective Requirements:
3 courses from list of WMS approved courses 9 credit hours
The three additional courses must be from two departments and include one course from the category of International/Cross-Cultural Studies.