Minors

Minor in Women's & Gender Studies

Women's Studies asks questions about power and privilege that focus not only on the experiences and perspectives of women, but also on the construction and mobilization of racialized, heteronormative gender formations. Not exclusively about or for women, Women's Studies courses are explicitly interdisciplinary, intersectional, and transnational, reflecting the rich interdisciplinary frameworks of feminist, gender and
queer theories.

Required courses:

  • WGST 1172 - Introduction to Women’s Studies
  • WGST 2205 - Issues for Women Globally
  • Two additional WGST courses at the 2000 level
  • One additional WGST course at the 3000 level

Three additional courses from the following list:

  • ECON 2223 - Gender Economics
  • ENGL 2216 - Women’s Writing: Voices and Visionaries
  • ENGL 3382 - Textualities/Sexualities
  • HIST 2108 - Gender History in Canada
  • HIST 2207 - Histories of Sexualities
  • PHIL 2237 - Feminist Philosophy
  • PLSC 2227 - Women and Politics
  • RELS 2281 - Women and Religion
  • SLGY 2233 - Sociology of Gender
  • Any other WGST course