Minor in Gender Studies
HIS302History of Sexuality in the United States4
PHI223LIntroduction to Gender Studies 13
Choose 9-10 credits from the following:9-10
Female and Male in Biblical Perspective 1
Family in Biblical Perspective 1
Gender Communication 1
Human Sexuality
Perspectives on Christian Marriage 1
Ethical Relationships: Choosing the Good in Family and Community Life 1
Women's Lives, Women's Choices 1
Family Life Cycle 1
Women's Spiritual Experience 1
Spirituality, Sexuality, and the Family 1
Covenant Relationships: Marriage, Friendship, and Beyond 1
Masculinity Past and Present
History of Women in America 1
Muslim Women in History
Philosophies of Race and Gender in America 1
Philosophies of Love and Sex
Gender-tagged course 23-4
Total Credits19-21

This course meets a General Education requirement.


Students will choose to do a significant research or service-learning project related to the topic of gender studies in a 200-level course or above in the student’s major field of study. Students will apply to complete the project at the beginning of the semester, subject to approval by the Gender Studies program co-coordinators. Students may not tag a course listed in the minor’s elective categories.