Women's Studies - AC
|WST100||Women and Society||3|
|ASB211||Women in Other Cultures||3|
|ENH/WST284||19th Century Women Writers||3|
|ENH/WST285||Contemporary Women Writers||3|
|HIS201||History of Women in America||3|
|HLR/WST286||Women and Health: Body/Mind/Spirit/Connection||3|
|HUM/WST209||Women and Films||3|
|+||PSY235||Psychology of Gender Differences||3|
|+||PSY258||Domestic Problems and Crises||3|
|REL/WST290||Women and Religion||3|
|SOC212||Gender and Society||3|
|WST105||Women of Color in America||3|
|WST110||Women and Gender: A Feminist Psychology||3|
|WST120||Gender, Class, and Race||3|
|AJS/WST128||Law and Violence Against Women||3|
|WST160||Women and Early American Experience||3|
|WST161||American Women Since 1920||3|
|WST200||Essential Feminist Writing||3|
|AIS/ENH/WST261||Native Women's Literature: The Americas||3|
- Identify and explain historical and contemporary issues that have affected women's lives in the areas of family, work, health, and social status, and apply sociological and feminist perspectives to the analysis of these issues. (WST100)
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