Students who complete a minor in Women's Studies will be able to use gender as a tool of analysis to address such issues as race, sexuality, and class. Women's Studies minors will also be knowledgeable about the diversity of women's creative, social, economic, spiritual, and political realities. Students who graduate with the Women's Studies minor are empowered to re-examine their world and create change in their lives and the lives of those around them.
- Students will be able to identify and define the vocabulary and analytical concepts associated with women's studies.
- Students will demonstrate knowledge about women's roles, experiences, history, or contributions and incorporate it into their major field of study in a meaningful way
- Students will demonstrate an ability correctly to use the vocabulary and analytical concepts associated with women's studies.
- Students will demonstrate an awareness of the significance of gender and gender roles in contemporary society.
- Students will strive for equity and fairness in gender relations in their own lives and in society as a whole.