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2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Women's Studies Minor


Home: Department of History.

Advisor: Dr. Paula Hinton, Henderson Hall 112 (phinton@tntech.edu)

Minor in Arts and Sciences


A minor for Arts and Sciences students requires the completion of 15 semester hours, including 6 upper-division hours, in a coherent program of study. The criterion of coherence may be met in either of two ways: (1) by following the minor curriculum prescribed by any department or college at TTU, so long as it includes at least 6 upper-division hours; (2) if such a  minor curriculum is not available in the chosen department or college, by taking the 15 semester hours, including 6 at the upper division, in a single discipline—i.e., normally, courses with the same course prefix, but students should check with the department offering the minor before assuming this. Exception: A minor in physics will consist of at least 15 hours of coursework including PHYS 2110 , PHYS 2120 , PHYS 2420 , PHYS 2920  and one upper division physics course. Approved interdisciplinary minors in the College of Arts and Sciences are:

Curriculum:


A minor in Women and Gender Studies requires completion of WGS 2010  and a minimum of 12 additional credit hours of course work (including 6 upper division hours) in approved courses.

A minimum of 6 credit hours must be chosen from the following core courses:


The remaining 6 credit hours:


May include additional core courses listed above or approved courses that contain a significant focus on women and/or gender, or in which a student may individually contract with course instructor to focus on women and/or gender issues. These courses include but are not limited to the following:

Note:


No student will receive credit toward both the major and minor from the same course. Student contracts must be approved by the instructor before the last day to add classes.