Pursuing Women’s & Gender Studies at Regis

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A minor in Women’s and Gender Studies explores how gender and other categories of identity (e.g., sexuality, race, social class) interact with structures of inequality to shape human experience. Particular attention is given to changing social practices to promote greater equality, mutual understanding, and human flourishing.

Women’s and Gender Studies

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The minor in Women’s and Gender Studies is designed to complement a major focus in areas such as nursing/health, behavioral and natural science, education, humanities or communication/media studies. 

Program Requirements
WGS 400 Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies (3 SH)
12 credit hours of 400 level WGS electives

Examples of WGS Electives:

• Economics of Poverty and Inequality
• Family Violence
• Feminist Theory
• Food, Gender, and Culture
• Gender and Homelessness
• Gender, Sexuality, and Communication
• Human Sexuality
• Liberation Theologies
• Literary Feminisms
• Precarious Bodies
• Psychology of Gender
• US Women Writers of Color
• Women and Gender in the Middle East
• Women in Business 
• Women in Music 
• Writings by and about Hispanic Women

How to Apply

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