2011-2013 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions

Women’s & Gender Studies
Sociology, Political Science, Native American Studies & Environmental Studies
(406) 657-2311

* WGSS 274 Women, Culture and Society (crosslisted with A&SC 274)
[formerly SOCL/A&SC 250 Women, Culture and Society]
3 cr.  Examines the diversity of women’s experience in society as citizens, creators, and thinkers.  The course includes cross-cultural and historical study, but concentrates on the status and roles of women (and men) in contemporary American society.

WGSS 294 Seminar in Women’s Studies
3 cr.  Provides beginning or advanced students an opportunity to investigate intensively topics pertinent to the field of Women’s Studies.

WGSS 492 Independent Study
V1-6 cr. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and chairperson of department.  Provides outstanding students an individual opportunity to explore material not covered by regular Women’s Studies courses.

WGSS 494 Seminar in Women’s Studies
3 cr.  Provides beginning or advanced students an opportunity to investigate intensively topics pertinent to the field of Women’s Studies.

WGSS 498 Internship/Cooperative Education
V1-6 cr.  Provides university credit for a work experience in the area of Women’s Studies, supervised by faculty.  Learning agreement must be completed prior to registration (restricted).

WGSS 499 Capstone Seminar in Women’s Studies
3 cr. Prerequisite: WGSS/A&SC 274.  Emphasizes analysis of women’s studies theories and research methods and applications of feminist thought to social institutions that are of concern to women.

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