Dr. Robin DeRosa

Teaching Women’s Studies courses is a pleasure. I thoroughly enjoy being a part of the outstanding caliber of work produced by students in this program, students who are among the most engaged and enthusiastic scholars at Plymouth.
– Dr. Robin DeRosa

Students who matriculated before Fall 2005

Core Courses (6 credits): one must be PS3200 Psychology of Women; the other can be WS2000 (Gender and Society) or HI3680 (American Women’s History)

* Capstone Course (3 credits): can be IS3470 (Women in Contemporary American Culture), WS4000 (Internship in WS), or WS4910 (Independent Study)

* Component Courses (9 credits): Could be:

* Notes: At least 6 credits of minor must be at 3000 or 4000 level; Only one Component Course may be in the student’s major field of study; IS3470 may count as a Component Course if WS4000 or WS4910 is completed as the Capstone.

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