Graduate Certificate Program

Course Options for the Graduate Certificate

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Course Options from Dedman College

Art History, Music History, and Theatre

ARHS 3358: Both Sides of the Easel: Women in the Visual Arts
ARHS 4371/CF 3381: Modern Myth-Making
MUHI 3341: Women and Music. "Like a Virgin:" From Hildegard to Madonna
MUHI 4341: Women Composers and Performers: 1800 to Present
TH 4384/CF 3323: Gender and Performance

Cinema and Television; Journalism

FILM 3395: Feminism and the Pornographic Moving Image
CCJN 4360: Women and Minorities in Mass Media

Literature

ENGL 3344: Victorian Gender
ENGL 3364/CF 3370: Women and the Southwest
ENGL 3367/CF 3364: Ethical Implications of Children's Literature
ENGL 3371/CF 3363: Joan of Arc
ENGL 3373: Masculinities: Literary Images and Perspectives
ENGL 3377: Homosexuality
ENGL 3379/ CFA 3379: The Literature and Culture of Disability
WL 3312: Women in Modern China
WL 3359: Masculinities: Literary Images and Perspectivies
WL 3363/CF 3347: Figuring the Feminine
SPAN 5336: Everything is made with Mirrors: (Re)presentations of Gender in the Contemporary Short Latin American Novel

History

HIST 3301/CF 3317: Human Rights: America’s Dilemma
HIST 3312: Women in American History to 1900
HIST 3316/CF 3311: Sex In America: An Introduction
HIST 3317: Women in Latin American Societies
HIST 3327: Women in American History from 1900
HIST 3329: Women in Early Modern Europe
HIST 3330: Women in Modern European History
HIST 3348/CFA 3348H: Changing American Families
HIST 3355: Class and Gender in Ancient Society
HIST 3357/CF 3363/ENGL 3371: Joan of Arc
HIST 3394: The New Woman: The Emergence of Modern Womanhood in the US
HIST 3398: Women in Chinese History
HIST 4304: At the Crossroads: Gender and Sexuality in the Southwest

Philosophy

PHIL 3305 Philosophy and Gender

Social Sciences

ANTH 3310: CFB 3310: Gender and Sex Roles: A Global Perspective
ANTH 3328: Gender Violence: What Does Culture Have to Do with It?
ANTH 3336: CFA 3336: Gender and Globalization
ANTH 4386: The Archaeology of Gender and Sexuality
ECO 4351: Labor Economics
ECO 5357: Human Resources
MDVL 3352: Gender in the Middle Ages
PHIL 3305: Philosophy and Gender
PLSC 3370: Women in Politics
PLSC 4339: Women and the Law
PSYC 3371: Psychology of Women
RELI 3375: The Feminine Divine: Wives, Mothers, Lovers, Queens
RELI 3376: Constructions of Gender: Sexuality and Family in South Asian Religions
RELI 3380: Women and Religion
SOCI 3351: Marriage and Family
SOCI 3371: Sociology of Gender
SOCI 4373: Class, Race, and Gender Inequalities

Women's and Gender Studies Core Courses

WGST 3310/HRTS 3310: Gender and Human Rights
WGST 3347/CF 3347: Figuring the Feminine
WGST 3370/CF 3370: Women and the Southwest
WGST 3380/CFA 3303: Human Sexuality
WGST 3381/CF 3381: Modern Myth-Making
WGST 3382/CFA3382: Women's Body Politics

Topics Courses

These Count For WGST Credit Only With The Following Topics

ANTH 4351: Gender Embodiment
ENGL 3361: Literature and Society Topics: Women's Lives/Women's Novels
ENGL 4362: Topics: Female Writers
FILM 3395/3396: Topics in Cinema Television: Gay and Lesbian Film/Videos
FILM 3395/3396: Topics in Cinema Television: Dumb White Guys
FILM 3395/3396: Topics in Cinema Television: Contemporary Women Filmmakers
FREN 5334: Genre Studies: In their place: French Women Writers and Society
HIST 3310: Problems in American History: Women’s Movements/Gender Systems

Course Options from the Perkins School of Theology

HR 8331: Women in World Religions
HX 8329: Mary in Christian Tradition
ST 8345: Theologies of Hope and Liberation
ST 8375: Feminist, Womanist and Mujerista Theologies
CE 8338: Emancipatory Educational Ministry With Adolescent Girls: Liberating Ophelia and LaTomika
WO 8308: Women and Worship
WO 8327: Liturgy and Justice
PR 8332: Feminist Emancipatory Preaching
PC 8333: Pastoral Care and Counseling of Women
PC 8335: Sexual and Domestic Violence: Theological and Pastoral Concerns
PC 8345: Justice Issues in Pastoral Care
PS 8360: Women's Spiritual Quest
MN 8342: Women in Ministry