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Women's Studies

The Women’s Studies minor at Flagler College is an interdisciplinary program. You'll investigate how gender, race, class, age, sexuality, religion, gender identity, and nationality affect our lives.

What You'll Study

You'll learn the importance of understanding gender and sexuality as elements of wider social and political structures: power, knowledge, experience, culture, intimacy, and labor.

The introductory core course encourages you to develop critical thinking skills. Upper-level courses explore a range of intellectual questions about the construction of women, gender, and sexuality.

 

Minor Requirements

Required Course
3 Credit Hours
WMS
101
Introduction to Women’s Studies
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Elective Courses (Choose five)
15 Credit Hours
COM
334
Gender, Race, Class, and the Media
COM
335
Television and Contemporary Society
ENG
333
Postcolonial Literature
ENG
354
Women’s Literature
HIS
355
Women in American History
PSY
368
Sexual Orientation
PHI
335
Women in Philosophy
REL
423
Medieval Religion and Literature
SOC
210
Marriage and Family
SOC
315
Sex, Class, Race, and Ethnicity
SOC
350
Social Stratification
SOC
355
Social Movements
WMS
340
Selected Topics
WMS
491
Independent Studies
WMS
492
Independent Studies
WMS
493
Independent Studies
Pre-approved special topics courses
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