Women's Studies, Certificate
Interdisciplinary and specialized, the Women’s Studies graduate program fosters a critical approach to knowledge about women. By focusing on cultural practices that have largely excluded and devalued differences in gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, race, and class, Women’s Studies prepares students to appreciate and act in a pluralistic world. The Women’s Studies graduate certificate integrates scholarship and research on women and gender from multiple disciplines. Students are challenged to explore diverse viewpoints and to expand the scope of their intellectual endeavors to include gender issues and debates.
For information, contact Women’s Studies, located in College of Arts and Sciences 118, (330) 972-6222.
Hold a Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum 2.75 grade point average.
|or 3600:555||Philosophy of Feminism|
|3001:589||Internship in Women's Studies||3|
|or 3001:593||Individual Studies on Women|
|Select nine credits of the following:||9|
|Special Topics in Women's Studies|
|Anthropology of Sex and Gender|
|American Women Poets|
|Seminar in English|
|African-Amer Women's History|
|Women and Gender in Middle Eastern Societies|
|American Families in Poverty|
|Culture, Ethnicity & Family|
|Sociology of Sex and Gender|
|Sociology of Gender|
|Women, Minorities & News|
|Women, Minorities & Media|
|Social Work Practice with Gays & Lesbians|