Women’s and Gender Studies - Certificate
This transcripted certificate offers the master’s or doctoral student the benefits of gaining an interdisciplinary concentration in gender, while at the same time earning a degree in a disciplinary major field. The Women’s and Gender Studies Certificate aims to enhance critical thinking and methodological skills while facilitating analysis of gender’s role in culture, society and the arts and encouraging the development of innovative research that combines recent scholarship in gender studies with the student’s major area of study.
For more detailed information, please consult http://wgst.tamu.edu.
The certificate program is open to students from any graduate degree program at Texas A&M University and consists of 12 hours of coursework approved for this purpose by the Director of Women’s and Gender Studies, including at least 3 hours of humanities and 3 hours of social science credits.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|WGST 481||Senior Seminar (or equivalent) 1||3|
|Select three of the following: 2||9|
Partial List of Graduate Courses:
|Women and Education|
|Women and Organizational Leadership|
|Topics in Gender, Literature, and Culture|
|Theories of Gender|
|Hispanic Women Writers|
|Seminar in Social Organizations|
|The Contemporary Family|
|Gender and Minority Issues in Clinical Psychology|
|Special Topics in... (Women's Studies)|
Upper Division Undergraduate Courses:
|Women and Culture|
|Women, Minorities and the Mass Media|
|Gender and Communication|
|Women and Work in Society|
|Employment Discrimination Law|
|Women and the Law|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||12|
Must include at least three (3) hours of Humanities credits and at least three (3) hours of Social Science credits. The remaining three (3) hours are free electives, except that they must be approved by the Program Director as counting toward the Graduate Certificate.