Approved Courses for this Program

Social Sciences

  • HSRV-H205 Treatment Issues in Alcohol and Drug Abuse (3 cr)
  • POLS-Y206 Politics of American Ethnic Minorities
  • POLS-Y324 Women and Politics
  • POLS-Y345 Comparative Revolutions (3 cr)
  • PSY-B388 Human Sexuality (3 cr)
  • PSY-P460 Women: A Psychological Perspective (3 cr)
  • SOC-S217 Social Inequity (3 cr)
  • SOC-S316 The Family (3 cr)
  • SOC-S410 (Topics: Queer Identities and Communities) (3 cr)
  • SOC-S413 Gender and Society (3 cr)
  • CJUS-P493 Seminar in Criminal Justice (TOPIC: Class, Race, Gender, Crime) (3 cr)

Humanities

  • CMCL-C122 Interpersonal Communication (3 cr)
  • CMCL-C450 Gender and Communication (3 cr)
  • ENG-G205 Intro. to the English Language (3 cr)
  • ENG-L202 Literary Interpretation (3 cr)
  • ENG-L204 Introduction to Fiction (3 cr)
  • ENG-L207 Women and Literature (3 cr)
  • ENG-L208 Topics in English and American Lit. (TOPIC: History of Children's Lit)
  • ENG-L208 Topics in English and American Lit. (TOPIC: Women Irish Writers)
  • ENG-L332 Romantic Literature (3 cr)
  • ENG-L335 Victorian Literature (3 cr)
  • ENG-L357 20th Century American Poetry (3 cr)
  • ENG-L369 Studies in American & British Authors (TOPIC: Amer Women Writers of 20th C)
  • ENG-L369 Studies in American & British Authors (TOPIC: History of Children's Lit) (3 cr)
  • ENG-L369/L666 Studies in American & British Authors / Survey of Children’s Lit (3 cr)
  • ENG-L374 Ethnic American Literature (3 cr)
  • ENG-L378 Studies in Women and Literature (3 cr)
  • ENG-L379 American Ethnic and Minority Lit. (3 cr)
  • ENG-L383 British or Commonwealth (3 cr)
  • ENG-L390 Children’s Literature (3 cr)
  • ENG-L391 Young Adult Literature (3 cr)
  • ENG-L392 Topics in Children's Literature (3 cr)
  • HIST-B306 Modern European Race, Gender, and Identity (3 cr)
  • HIST-H260 History of Women in the U.S. (3 cr)
  • HIST-A314 U.S. History 1917-45 (3 cr)
  • PHIL-P282 Women in Philosophical Thought (3 cr)
  • SPAN-S284 Women in Hispanic Culture (3 cr)
  • SPAN-S290 Topics in Hispanic Culture (TOPIC: The Role of Women)
  • CMCL-C122 Interpersonal Communication (3 cr)

Natural Sciences & Mathematics

  • ANAT-A215 Basic Human Anatomy (5 cr)
  • BIOL-L108 Environment and Life (3 cr)
  • BIOL-L340 Biological Sex Roles (3 cr)
  • BIOL-L391 Special Topics in Biology (TOPIC: Wmn in the Envrnmnt) (3 cr)
  • PHSL-P215 Basic Human Physiology (5 cr)
  • PHSL-P261 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (5 cr)
  • PHSL-P262 Human Anatomy and Physiology II (5 cr)

Nursing

  • NURS-Z492 Individual Study in Nursing (TOPIC: Women's Health) (3 cr)

Purdue Programs in Richmond

  • OLS 454 Gender and Diversity in Management (3 cr)
  • OLS 456 Leadership in Global Envirnoment (3 cr)

Women's and Gender Studies

  • WOST-W480 Practicum in Women’s Studies (3 cr)
  • WOST-W495 Readings and Research in Women’s Studies (3 cr)
  • WOST-W498 Critical Issues in WS (3 cr)

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