The minor in Gender Studies introduces students to the study of gender and investigates how male and female differences can be interpreted across a range of cultural variables.
In addition to exploring a variety of theoretical approaches and debates related to gendered institutions (the family, work, the media) and gendered interactions (friendship, love, sex), students will also consider current issues related to the changing nature of global gender relations.
Minor Requirements – US Credits 18 – UK Credits 72
plus ONE of the following
At least three of the upper division courses required for a minor must be taken at Richmond. No more than three courses may overlap within a degree between a student’s major and any minor.