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GNST 2300 Introduction to Gender Studies
Recommended prerequisite: RHET 1311. A cross-cultural, interdisciplinary analysis of gender. Includes examination of gender identity, social roles, and cultural symbolism in politics, economics, family, health, socialization, religion, and language. Three credit hours.

GNST 3315 Gender Communication
See course description for SPCH 3315 Gender Communication.

GNST 3318 Sexuality, Society, and Culture
See course description for ANTH 3318 Sexuality, Society, and Culture.

GNST 3333 Women in a Changing Society
[See course description for SOCI 3333 Women in a Changing Society]

GNST 3340 Women in Literature
[See course description for ENGL 3340 Women in Literature]

GNST 3346 Sociology of the Family
[See course description for SOCI 3346 Sociology of the Family]

GNST 3350 Family Violence
[See course description for SOCI 3350 Family Violence]

GNST 3366 Psychology of Women
[See course description for PSYC 3366 Psychology of Women]

GNST 3388 Kinship and Descent
[See course description for ANTH 3388 Kinship and Descent]

GNST 4300 Gender Studies Senior Seminar
Prerequisite: GNST 2300. Taught on a rotating basis by gender studies faculty members in their area of specialization. Three credit hours.

GNST 4371 Women in World History
[See course description for HIST 4371 Women in World History]

GNST 4372 Perspectives on Women in American History
[See course description for HIST 4372 Perspectives on Women in American
History]

GNST 4190, 4290, 4390 Independent Study
Prerequisites: 15 hours of gender studies courses including GNST 2300 or consent of instructor. Selective reading and formal written project on a topic must be submitted by the student and approved by the coordinator before registration. Credit is determined at the beginning of the semester. One, two, or three credit hours.

GNST 4195, 4295, 4395 Internship
Prerequisites: 15 hours of gender studies courses including GNST 2300 or consent of director. Students are assigned an internship in the community. The objective is for students to apply theoretical perspectives to real world situations. Credit is determined at the beginning of the semester. Each hour of credit requires at least
30 hours of supervised work during the semester. One, two, or three credit hours.

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