Gender and Diversity Studies Minor
The Gender and Diversity Studies Minor (GDSM) explores gender awareness and diverse identities from interdisciplinary perspectives. The approach will help to develop critical thinking in various fields, cultural intelligence, and gender sensitivity, all of which are essential components for diversity management. Integrating Liberal Arts and Business course offerings, the GDSM blends practical and theoretical approaches in its critical analyses of gender, race, class, and sexuality. Students are required to complete a total of 12 credits, or four courses, to fulfill the requirements of the minor.
GDS 216 Introduction to Gender and Diversity Studies
GDS 416 Gender and Diversity Studies Capstone
and two approved electives from the following lists
Choose 1 from Business: COMM 310, COMM 313, ECON 333, ECON 412, ECON 415, HRM 305, HRM 344,
IBUS/MGMT 287, MKCM 361
Choose 1 from Liberal Arts: HIST 322, HIST 369, HUM 254,
INTD 317, PSCI 324, PSY 209, PSY 343, PSY 344, PSY 424, REL 219
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