A Gender Studies certificate provides an advantage for students who want to increase their knowledge of gender issues and enhance their qualifications for a wide range of careers.
The Gender Studies certificate offers Eastern Washington University students an interdisciplinary, critical study of gender and its social impact. The certificate program is designed to broaden student understanding of the ways in which gender is developed, constructed, and expressed in attitudes and institutions of modern societies. The certificate provides a strong interdisciplinary core and choice of electives to complement students' areas of interest and major disciplines. The capstone or practicum experience enables students to apply theoretical knowledge in a variety of occupations.
WMST/HUMN 101 Introduction to Women's Studies (5)
WMST/HUMN 310 Issues in Women's Studies (4)
WMST/CMST 314 Gender and Communication (5)
WMST/SOCI 321 Sex and Gender (5)
WMST/PHIL 417 Women and Ethics (5)
WMST 490 Senior Capstone Seminar (4)
WMST 495 Internship or Practicum Experience (3-5)
WMST 499 Directed Study (3-5)
Select 11-13 credits of Women's and Gender Studies courses. No more than 5 credits from the theoretical emphasis section of the distribution list will count toward the certificate. Students should consult with the Women's and Gender Studies Director on the choice of electives.
You can find more information on the Gender Studies certificate, as well as a list of courses and the full distribution list, here.
Students who are completing a minor in Women's and Gender Studies as well as a Gender Studies certificate may only count one course for both the certificate and the minor: WMST 101 or WMST 310. No more than 3 credits of summer workshops may be counted toward the minor.
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