Shirley Glines

Women’s Studies courses brought together many passions for me, and eventually led to my now being in an M.Ed. program in order to teach women’s history at the college level.
- Shirley Glines ’00, interdisciplinary studies major, women’s studies minor

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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