Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Undergraduate Certificate Requirements
Our undergraduate certificate encourages students to study the specific achievements of women, examine the many factors that determine the status of women across cultures and through time, and analyze theories and assumptions about women that relate to their particular majors.
Students can complete the certificate through in-person classes, a mix of in-person and online classes, or only online classes. The undergraduate certificate requires at least 15 credit hours (with a C or better) including:
- WS 439: Feminist Theory, cross-listed as POLS 339 (3) DS
- At least 3 credit hours with a focus on gender, race, and ethnicity in transnational perspectives
- 9 credits of WS electives (3 credits must be 300 level or higher)
Admissions and Advising
Interested students should contact the undergraduate advisor regarding detailed program requirements and forms needed to earn the certificate.