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A minor in gender studies is an excellent complement to majors in communication, psychology, sociology, social work, English, history, criminal justice, business and others.

Plus, our campus Gender Studies Committee is committed to making sure our program continually adapts to stay contemporary and relevant.


The interdisciplinary minor in gender studies teaches students to analyze gender and sexuality as aspects of human biology, identity and culture, thus preparing them for careers in a multicultural workplace and/or for graduate studies in gender-related areas. Students who select this 18 hour minor must take:

Gender Studies 2301, “Introduction to Gender Studies” (3 hours), and fifteen additional hours, selecting five of the following courses:


Contact the Gender Studies program chair:

Associate Professor