Women's and Gender Studies Minor
Students entering the University of San Diego and/or declaring a major during 2016-2017, should follow information contained in the printed course catalog (also known as the "catalog of record") published on October 1, 2016. Access the catalog of record at http://catalogs.sandiego.edu.
The gender studies minor is an 18 unit program that includes the following requirements:
- GNDS 101 Introduction to Gender Studies
- Two lower- or upper division elective courses to be selected from a list generated each semester by the program coordinators or from the courses listed below in this course catalog.
- Two elective upper division courses to be selected from a list generated each semester by the program coordinators or from the courses listed below in this course catalog. Thus 3-9 units of lower-division work, and 9-15 units of upper division coursework are required.
- Two of the four elective courses listed in items 2 and 3 above must be in the humanities and two must be in the social sciences.
- GNDS 495 Advanced Women's and Gender Studies
Courses in this edition of the undergraduate catalog that count toward the women’s and gender studies minor are listed below. Other courses that will count toward the minor will be provided on a semester-by-semester basis. Students should select their courses in consultation with one of the program coordinators. Please see the full course descriptions under the appropriate departmental listings.
|COMM 325||Interpersonal Communication 1||3|
|COMM 432||Film and Cultural Politics||3|
|COMM 445||Gender Communication||3|
|COMM 482||Children and Media||3|
|COMM 494||Special Topics in Communication Studies||3|
|POLS 316||State and Local Government||3|
|PSYC 359D||Health Psychology of Women and Ethnic Groups||3|
|SOCI 101D||Introduction to Sociology 1||3|
|SOCI 311||Sociology of Families||3|
|SOCI 494||Special Topics in Contemporary Sociology||3|
|ENGL 121||Composition and Literature 1||3|
|ENGL 223||Studies in Genre||3|
|ENGL 224||Studies in Literary Traditions||3|
|ENGL 225||Studies in United States Literature||3|
|ENGL 228||Studies in World Literature||3|
|ENGL 231||Children's Literature||3|
|ENGL 358||United States Ethnic Literature||3|
|ENGL 374||Gender and Literature||3|
|ETHN 494||Special Topics in Ethnic Studies||3|
|FREN 414||French Women Writers||3|
|HIST 323||Medieval Woman||3|
|HIST 331||The Global Renaissance||3|
|HIST 346||Topics in Medieval and Early Modern Europe||3|
|HIST 347||Topics in Modern Europe||3|
|HIST 367||Women's Lives in East Asia||3|
|PHIL 111||Philosophy of Human Nature 1||3|
|SPAN 302||Cultural History of Spain 1||3|
|SPAN 426||Studies in 18th and 19th Century Pennisular Literature and Culture||3|
|THRS 114||Introduction to Catholic Theology 1||3|
|THRS 318||Islam, Women and Literature||3|
|THRS 334||Christian Social Ethics 1||3|
|THRS 367||Feminist Theology and Ethics||3|
|THRS 370||Gender and Religion in the United States||3|
|MGMT 306||Women in Management||3|
Students must consult with gender studies advisors to assure enrollment in the appropriate section.