The Women's Studies Program at Western Connecticut State University
WHO CAN BECOME A WOMEN'S STUDIES MINOR?
HOW TO BECOME A MINOR
To complete a minor in Women's Studies, you must enroll with an advisor (see list of associated faculty) in your area of interest, or with any of the Program co-ordinators: Katy Wiss, Katherine Allocco, Leslie Lindenauer.
The Women's Studies minor requirements are similar to those in other departments. A student must complete 18 credits of Women's Studies courses or cognates in consultation with her/his advisor. Please note that WS 200 Introduction to Women's Studies is a requried core course for the minor. Click here for a list of courses.
WHAT DO YOU DO WITH A WOMEN'S STUDIES MINOR?
Students with interests in Business, Education, Social Sciences, the Sciences or Humanities may wish to pursue a Women's Studies minor. These courses will increase students' skills and sensitivity to gender-related issues in many fields. Students across the country take Women's Studies courses to prepare for work in medicine, counseling, social services, human resource development, teaching, law or politics, among many others.