Sexuality and Queer Studies, Minor
The minor in Sexuality and Queer Studies (SQS) centers on the identities and histories of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and gender-variant people with a particular focus on urban queer identities. The SQS minor examines how assumptions about sexuality and gender are constructed and emphasizes ways to navigate and resist those assumptions through the application of knowledge in a variety of settings including education, healthcare, the workplace, and community organizations.
Note: This program will be available Summer 2020.
|WGST 190||Introduction to Gay and Lesbian Studies||3|
|WGST 226||LGBTQ Social Change||3|
|Choose four(4) from the following courses:|
|WGST 108||Race, Class and Gender Activism||3|
|WGST 205||Men of Color in Urban America||3|
|WGST 208||Sex: Power, Pleasure, Politics||3|
|WGST 2XX||Lesbian Lives, Histories, and Cultures||3|
|WGST 2XX||Queer Lives in Global Contexts 1||3|
|WGST 322||Reproductive Justice||3|
|WGST 370||Transgender, Gender Variant, and Gender Queer History, Identities, and Politics 1||3|
|ENGL 205||Queer Literature 1||3|
|HLTH 207||Human Sexuality||3|
|HLTH 300||Women and Health||3|
|HLTH 415||Family Living & Sex Education||3|
|LATI 210||Latin American Novels as History||3|
Courses within the General Education program.