Women's Studies Minor

The Women's Studies Minor is an attractive option for students whose course of study could not accommate a second major in Women's Studies.

Requirements:

A minimum of 18 graduation credits (9 or more of which must be in course work at or above the 300 level), including A WSS 101 or A WSS 220 or A WSS 240. In addition to A WSS prefix courses, any course cross-listed with A WSS (from Africana Studies, Anthropology, Art, Classics, East Asian Studies, English, Judaic Studies, Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latino Studies, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, or Sociology) will count towards the requirement, as will A HIS 256 and A HIS 293. Special Topics courses in other departments that focus on women's issues are also acceptable with the approval of the Chair of the Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department or when offered as A WSS 299, 399, or 498.

For more information about the Women's Studies minor, please contact Prof. Vivien Ng at vng@albany.edu.