Students may complete coursework and an experiential learning component that focuses on the role of gender in their primary area of study of Biology, Criminal Justice, or Health Sciences. Students who wish to pursue the certificate should contact the Gender and Women’s Studies coordinator and consult with the instructor in the course from their field of study. The following is required:
Two of the following courses:
Students must complete the prerequisite course(s) to enroll in BI 207. Students would choose a gender-related topic for the major literature review project in BI207
Internship or Research Experience
An internship or research experience (2-4 credits) that allows students to gain experience in their discipline, with the academic component having students apply Gender Studies’ texts, topics, and theories to their practical work.