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Bachelor in Liberal Studies (BA) with a Women's Studies Concentration

Bachelor in Liberal Studies (BA) with a Women's Studies Concentration

The following is not an official form; it provides information contained in the BA WMST Concentration degree plan current as of 2014.

Checklist of courses required for a BA with a concentration in WMST
Core Courses (120 hours) Grade Cr Hrs check
Orientation 101 0
Freshman Foundations 1
Math and Sciences (15 credit hours)
Math 113 or 170 3
Math 170 or STAT 231 3
Science Elective (from Gen Ed list, WE) 3
Science Elective (from Gen Ed list) 3
Science Elective (from Gen Ed list) 3
English (15 credit hours)
English 101 (WE) 3
English 102 (WE) 3
English 201 or 203 3
English 202 or 204 3
English 351 or 361 3
History (18 credit hours)
History 101 or 121 (WE) 3
History 102 or 122 (WE) 3
History 201 (WE) 3
History 202 (WE) 3
History 300 or 400 elective 3
History 300 or 400 elective 3
Liberal Arts (15 credit hours)
Political Science 201 3
Political Science 300 or 400 elective 3
Fine Arts elective (Art History or Music Appreciation.) 3
Social or Behavioral Science elective (from Gen Ed list) 3
Communications 201 3
Women's Studies Concentration (30 credit hours)
WMST 201 3
WMST 301 3
Gender Studies-specific elective* 3
Gender Studies-specific elective* 3
Gender Studies-specific elective* 3
Gender Studies-specific elective* 3
Approved electives** 3
Approved electives** 3
History 210 (introduction to research and writing) 3
History 410 (capstone course)*** 3
Free Electives (26 credit hours)
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
Total 120

WE stands for Writing Enriched; some classes may be Writing Enriched even if not designated so on this form. Every degree requires a minimum number of WE courses; thus, only as many as are required may be marked here as WE.

* Women's Studies courses not listed may include any WMST course in the catalog as well as FCST 323, HIST 311, HIST 320, HIST 472, THEA 347, PSYC 440 and appropriate topics courses (with advisor approval).

** Approved electives should be discussed with your advisor before enrolling.

*** Work done in the capstone course should have a WMST focus.