The LGBTQ+ Studies Certificate Program, housed administratively in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies, is a campus-wide program open to students in any major. Courses that count toward this interdisciplinary certificate come from a wide range of fields including literature, history, sociology, medical history, as well as from gender and women’s studies, which is in itself an interdisciplinary field.
The certificate program requires 15 credits in LGBTQ+ Studies. Learn more about the requirements for the undergraduate certificate in LGBTQ+ Studies.
Declare the LGBTQ+ Studies Certificate
LGTBQ+ Studies Courses
LGBTQ+ Studies courses for Spring 2018:
- Gen&WS 340: Bi/Pan/Asexuality: Community and Representation
- Gen&WS 346: Transgender History
- Gen&WS 351: Gender & Sexuality in the Classical World
- Gen&WS 354: Women and Gender in the US Since 1870
- English 411: Queer Poetics (Creative Writing workshop)
- African 407: Language, Gender, and Sexuality in African Contexts
- Gen&WS 449: Queer Theory & Visual Culture
- S&A Pharmacy 490: Topics in LGBTQ Health
- GWS 642: Advanced Seminar in LGTBQ+ Studies
Have you found a course that you think should count toward the LGBTQ+ Studies certificate?
Please contact the Undergraduate Advisor for LGBTQ+ Studies.
The Department of Gender & Women’s Studies will evaluate the syllabus to determine whether it meets program criteria.
Graduation in LGBTQ+ Studies
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 after you enroll for your final semester.
Spring commencement is Saturday, May 12, 2018.
Tell your family and friends about the Gender and Women’s Studies and LGBTQ+ Studies Spring Graduation Reception, Saturday, May 12th, 2018 at 9:30 am in Sterling Hall.
Join us for breakfast, spend some time with GWS faculty and staff. We will send you off in style!