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Warrensburg, MO 64093
Email: Dr. Karen Bradley, Director
Undergraduate students who are interested in women's role in communication, history, literature, society, politics, religion and the feminist movements, just to name a few disciplines, should definitely consider getting the 21 credit hour minor in Women's Studies. This interdisciplinary minor is comprised of three course Women's Studies courses, WS 1050 - Introduction to Women's Studies, WS 2000 - Race, Class and Gender, and WS 4910 - Special Projects in Women's Studies, for nine credit hours and twelve credit hours in selected elective courses in English, History, Communication, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Religious Studies, Nursing, Criminal Justice, Anthropology, Academic Enrichment, Childhood and Family Development, and Art. The interdisciplinary nature of a minor in Women's Studies means that this minor can be coupled to any major to provide a more comprehensive understanding of your studies and women's contributions to these fields of study.