The Women's and Gender Studies Program at St. Scholastica provides opportunities for students to think beyond the boundaries of traditional gender roles in academics, in institutions, and in everyday life. The program follows an interdisciplinary approach, encouraging students to explore diverse experiences and perspectives. Students integrate classroom knowledge with hands-on service learning opportunities.
From left: Teresa Aldach discusses "The Clothesline Project" during Sexual Assault Awareness Month; Lezlie Oachs and CSS students celebrate International Women's Day.
The minor requires 20 credits from the following areas:
(a) Introductory course: WGS 1011
(b) One of the following history courses: HIS 3320, HIS 3321, HIS/WMS 3324, HIS/WMS 3325
One of the following culture courses: CTA 2525, SOC 2231, GCL 2220, SOC 2433, GCL 3320
One of the following literature courses: ENG 1130, ENG 3370, TRS 3380, TRS 4440, WGS 4488
(c) One of the following feminist theory courses: CTA 3525, HIS/WMS 3350, PHL 3360
(d) Service learning course: WGS 4555
(e) Four credits of electives from the following: PSY 3340, TRS/WMS 2243, WGS 2777, or another four credits from b or c above
Contact the Women's and Gender Studies Chair
Neal Keye, Ph.D.
Phone: (218) 723-6177
The College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Avenue
Duluth, MN 55811