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Graduate Minor

Contact

Janice E. Clifford

Janice E. Clifford

Associate Professor

Director of Women's and Gender Studies

cliffje@auburn.edu

The women's and gender studies graduate minor requires a total of 10 hours of coursework. Students must take WMST 6980 and WMST 7910 and select additional courses from departments outside their major from the list below. If any courses are applied toward a graduate major, they cannot count toward the women’s and gender studies graduate minor.

To formally pursue a graduate minor in women's and gender studies, contact the director of women's and gender studies and complete a graduate minor declaration form.

Elective Courses

  • WMST 6980  Feminist Theory (3)
  • WMST 7910  Feminist Pedagogy (1)
  • ANTH 6200  Gender Development and Culture (3)
  • ANTH 6970  Medical Anthropology (3)
  • COMM 7500  Gender Communication (3)
  • COUN 7330  Counseling Diverse Populations (3)
  • ENGL 7050  Studies in Composition (3)
  • ENGL 7160  Early Modern Studies: Shakespeare (3)
  • ENGL 7170  Eighteenth-Century Studies: Performance and Modern World (3)
  • ENGL 7180  Nineteenth-Century Studies (3)
  • ENGL 7190  American Studies (3)
  • ENGL 7740  British Literature and Culture (3)
  • ENGL 7770  African American Literature (3)
  • ENGL 7780  Studies in Race, Gender and Sexuality
  • ENGL 7800  Studies in Literary Theory: Feminist Theory
  • ENGL 7830  Major Author(s)
  • ENGL 7870  Special Topics: Writers — Their World and Their Performances of "Writer" (3)
  • ERMA 7970 Special Topics: Thinking with Theory (3)
  • FLSP 7120  Sixteenth-Century Spanish Literature (3)
  • FLSP 7230  Spanish American Poetry II (3)
  • HDFS 6300  Families and Social Policy (3) 
  • HDFS 6970  Special Topics in Human Development and Family Studies (3)
  • HDFS 7030  Advanced Family and Social Policy (3)
  • HIST 6610  Colonial Latin America (3)
  • HIST 6620  Modern Latin America (3)
  • HIST 7200  Seminar in United States Women's History (3)
  • HIST 7220  Development in Civil Rights Movement (3)
  • HIST 7630  Graduate Seminar in Modern Latin America (3)
  • NURS 7230  Human Diversity (2)
  • NURS 7240  Health Parity in Diverse Populations (2)
  • NUFS 6820  Nutrition in the Life Cycle (3)
  • POLI 6610  Women in Politics (3)
  • POLI 6970  Race and Politics (3)
  • RSOC 6510  Social Welfare, Families and Policy (3)
  • SOCY 6500  Victimology (3)
  • SOCY 6970  Special Topics: Sociology of Gender (3)        

Contact

Janice E. Clifford

Janice E. Clifford

Associate Professor

Director of Women's and Gender Studies

cliffje@auburn.edu