Programs & Courses
GNST 300 - Gender Studies
Course provides theoretical, historical, cultural, and ethical contexts for the study of gender. What is gender? How are gender and sex different? How have gender roles been determined in the past and present? How are gender and gender roles depicted in our culture and through the media? How are issues pertaining to gender related to personal identity, race and ethnicity, family, economics, education, law, medicine and health care? This course has no prerequisites but SOCI 201 or PSYC 205 are highly recommended. NOTE: Students cannot receive credit for both GNST 300 and SLGY 2233.