At UA Little Rock we offer a minor in Gender Studies, or Gender Studies courses can be a part of a degree plan for students seeking an Interdisciplinary Studies BA. Gender Studies courses are also great choices for general electives outside of your major and/or minor.
The interdisciplinary minor in Gender Studies is designed to help students understand gender roles and how they are impacted by the challenges and opportunities brought about by social, economic, political, legal, and other changes in society. Our courses also explore the interrelationships among gender, class, and race. The program is particularly recommended to students who plan to pursue career choices involving working with women, children, the elderly, LGBTQ, and socially disadvantaged populations. Gender Studies courses are good foundations for graduate studies in the social sciences, humanities, law, business, or social services.
To complete the Gender Studies minor, or a concentration in Gender Studies as part of an Interdisciplinary degree, first complete GNST2300, Introduction to Gender Studies, then complete five (15 hours) of approved upper level electives, one of which must be designated as the Gender Studies capstone course. Ideally, you should take the Gender Studies capstone during the final semester before your graduation. You should touch base with the Gender Studies coordinator each semester during the advising period to make sure you are on track with the program.
Please contact the Gender Studies coordinator, Dr. Katrina Yeaw (firstname.lastname@example.org), for more information.
Fall 2020 Courses
GNST 2300 Intro to Gender Studies CRN: 62598 An introductory course that examines gender roles, politics, family and religion. online
Gender Studies Electives:
- ACOM 3315-982 Gender Communication CRN: 63010 online
- ACOM 3315-9U1 Gender Communication CRN: 60349 online
- ENGL 4370 Seminar: Virginia Woolf* CRN: 63017 MW 12:15pm-1:30pm
- PHIL 4373 Philosophy of Race* MW 1:40-2: 55
- ACOM 4300 Capstone Project* 01-CRN: 62698, MWF 11-noon; 991-CRN: 63059 online; 9U1-CRN: 63060 online
- MGMT 3340 Managing People in Organizations CRN: 61602 TR 9.25 a.m. to 10.40 a.m.
- ENGL 3327-01 African American Literature II CRN: 63016 TR 9:25-10:40
- PSYC 3336 Psychology of Women 991-CRN: 63888; 9U1 -CRN: 63890 online
- SOCI 3333 Women In Changing Society 991-CRN: 61412; 9U1-CRN: 62390 online
- SOCI 3346 Family Sociology CRN: 61415 online
- SOCI 3350 Family Violence CRN: 61662 TR 8:00am-9:15am
Graduate Level Gender Studies Courses:
- ENGL 5370 Seminar: Virginia Woolf CRN: 63018 MW 12:15pm-1:30pm
- PHIL 5373 Philosophy of Race MW 1:40-2: 55
- PADM 7336 Nonprofit Management 61710 M 6:00 pm – 8:40 pm
- PADM 7301 Profession of Public Administration 61702 W 6:00 – 8:40 PM
*Courses that can count as Gender Studies Electives or as the Gender Studies Capstone. If you are in your final semester of gender studies coursework, you must get your capstone course pre-approved by the Gender Studies faculty before the semester starts. Email Dr. Yeaw at email@example.com for more information or to get approved for a capstone course.