Women's and Gender Studies, Graduate Minor
Saint Louis University's graduate minor in women's and gender studies provides an opportunity for graduate students in other departments at SLU to earn a graduate-level credential in the subject.
Students take just two required courses and one elective course; the elective can often be a course in a student's home department, depending on what courses are offered.
To receive a graduate minor in women's and gender studies, students must be enrolled in another graduate program at SLU. Any graduate student may take the required courses as long as they have the approval of their department or program.
Courses may count for multiple majors and minors, and for core requirements.
|Select one course with either a WGST number, cross-listing or attribute, such as:||3|
|Studies in Francophone Culture|
|Gender and American Politics|
|Women's Movements in the U.S. and Beyond|
|Women and Global Issues|
|Women Writing Women: Latin American Women Playwrights|
|Written by Herself: Latin American Women Writers|
|Advanced Nursing Practice: Gynecological Issues|
|Women and Writing in Early Modern France|
|Diversity & Anti-Oppression Practice|
|Citizenship and Social Difference|
|Intimate Partner Violence|
|Contemporary Spanish Women Writers|
|Visual Culture Theory|
|Middle English Literature|
|17th Century Literature|
|19th Century English Lit.|
|Studies in Modernism|
|Twentieth Century Postcolonial Literature|
|Topics in Literature of the 20th Century|
|American Political Thought|
|19th Century American Literature|
|Topics in 20th Century American Literature|
|Feminist Approaches: Not for Women Only|
|School of Law Seminars|
Students with a graduate minor in Women’s and Gender Studies must maintain a 3.00 GPA in courses for the Women’s and Gender Studies minor.