Fall 2023 Courses
The LGBTQ+ Studies Certificate Program, housed in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies, is 15 credits and is open to students in any major. The program is interdisciplinary; certificate courses come from art history, counseling psychology, literature, history, sociology, medical history, as well as from gender and women’s studies.
|Course No. and Title||Instructor|
|GEN&WS 200: Intro to LGBTQ+ Studies||Cabell Gathman|
|COUN PSYCH 200: LGBTQ+ People and Mental Health Equity||Stephanie Budge|
|GEN&WS 330: Asian American Feminist & Queer Cultural Productions||Kong Pheng Pha|
|GEN&WS 340: Queer Indigenous Studies||TBD|
|GEN&WS/ENG 350: Gender, Health & Waiting Rooms||Jess Waggoner|
|SCAND ST/GEN&WS/LITTRANS 438: Sexual Politics in Scandinavia||Liina-ly Roos|
|ENG 457: Cultures of AIDS Activism||Ramzi Fawaz|
|ENG 533: Queer & Anticolonial Gardening||M. Ty|
Questions about new courses?
Have you found a course that should count toward the LGBTQ+ Studies certificate? Please contact the undergraduate advisor; the Department of Gender & Women’s Studies will evaluate the syllabus to determine if the course meets program criteria.
Are you looking for LGBTQ+ faculty and staff mentors? Browse the OutPages. This directory (hosted by the Gender and Sexuality Campus Center) can also help you select courses across programs, not just in LGTBQ+ Studies.
Declare LGBTQ+ Studies Certificate
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Meet with the LGBTQ+ Studies advisor
Review the Program Requirements
Find more information about the course requirements for the LGBTQ+ Studies program before scheduling an advising appointment.
Declare the LGBTQ+ Studies certificate
Complete this quick form to declare the LGBTQ+ Studies certificate. Please contact the undergraduate advisor with questions about course planning.
David A. Kaplan and Glenn A. Ostergaard, and the Brautigam/Kaplan Foundation have funded a new scholarship in LGBTQ+ Studies. To be eligible for this $1,000 scholarship, you must be a UW-Madison student in good standing and declared in the LGBTQ+ Studies program. The application requires your resume, your UW-Madison transcript, and a short essay describing a meaningful experience, insight, or class in LGBTQ+ Studies.
The application is available in the Wisconsin Scholarship Hub (WiSH).
Undergraduate certificates are automatically posted to your transcript upon graduation by the Office of the Registrar based on completion via DARS. Please confirm that your certificate is complete (all ‘green text’) in DARS when you enroll for your final semester.
Celebrating LGBTQ+ Studies Graduates
Winter commencement is scheduled for Sunday, Dec 17, 2023 at 10am. Find details at the link below.