- African American and African Studies
- Media Studies
- Comparative Studies
- Political Science
- Public Health
- Ethnic Studies
- Public Policy
- Social Work
Graduate Minor Requirements
One Required Core Course | 3 credit hours
Choose one of the following:
- WGSST 7700 - Feminist Inquiry I (3 credit hours, offered every Autumn)
- WGSST 7701 - Feminist Inquiry II (3 credit hours, offered every Spring)
Three WGSS Elective Courses | 9 credit hours
Choose any 3 WGSST course at the 5000-level or above for a total of 9 credit hours
Graduate minors are strongly advised to take 7700 or 7701 as their first WGSS course.
How To Declare
Discuss with your faculty advisor in your program to determine the appropriateness of pursuing a graduate minor in WGSS.
Contact WGSS Academic Program Coordinator, Jackson Stotlar, if you wish for assistance in understanding and planning your WGSS minor coursework.
Minors are officially declare retroactively. Upon completion of coursework, submit the "Minor and Graduate Interdisicplinary Specialization" form in gradforms.
After the "Minor and Graduate Interdisicplinary Specialization" form has been approved and before your semester of graduation, submit the "Transcript Designation Request" form to have your graduate minor officially listed on your transcript.