- Gender and Women's Studies Program
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Students examine how race, gender, and class—interconnected systems that shape individual and collective social experiences—are constructed, experienced, and negotiated within specific historical eras and locations.
4 credit hours
- 60 credit hours; major in Africana studies or gender and women’s studies; or consent of program director.
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