The following is a list of graduate-level courses in Gender and Women’s Studies. Graduate students may also take undergraduate courses numbered 300 and above. When taking an undergraduate course for graduate credit, students must ask the course instructor for permission and to provide graduate-level enrichment in the course.
For a full listing of all undergraduate and graduate courses offered in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies, please visit Course Search and Enroll.
Please consult with your faculty advisor as you plan future semesters and see the Guide for more information about graduate degree requirements.
- GWS 720 (Sec 001): Training Seminar in Gender Research
- GWS 720 (Sec 002): Gender and Islam
- GWS 720 (Sec 003): Feminist Communication and Philosophy
- GWS 720 (Sec 004): Gender & Visual Culture
- GWS 880: Proseminar in Gender and Women’s Studies
|Course No. and Title||Instructor|
|Gen&WS 326: Race and Gender in Post-World War II U.S. Society||Christina Greene|
|Gen&WS 330: Race and Gender in Digital Worlds||LiLi Johnson|
|Gen&WS 331: Race, Health, and Medicine||Kelly Ward|
|Gen&WS 410: Feminist Art and Visual Culture||Anna Campbell|
|Gen&WS 418: Gender, Sexuality, and the Media||TBA|
|Gen&WS 420: Women in Cross-Societal Perspective||Maria Lepowsky|
|Gen&WS 423: The Female Body in the World||Kate Phelps|
|Gen&WS 437: American Indian Women||Sasha Suarez|
|Gen&WS 449: Past/Present Feminisms for the 21st Century||Kate Phelps|
|Gen&WS 449: The Politics of Care||Chris Garlough|
|Gen&WS 535: Women's Global Health and Human Rights||Araceli Alonso|
|Gen&WS 624: African American Women's Activism (19th and 20th Centuries)||TBA|
|Gen&WS 677: Critical and Theoretical Perspectives in Black Women's Writings||TBA|