An undergraduate certificate in women, gender, and sexuality studies can be completed by nondegree students who wish to gain a professional credential for working with women and on women's/gender issues in various occupations. To be admitted, students must hold an undergraduate degree at either the bachelor or associate level in any area, with a 2.0 minimum GPA. A minimum grade of "C" is required for each course counted toward the certificate. Electives must be at least 3000-level and from two different disciplines; see approved course list for available options or confirm with the program director.
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