An undergraduate certificate in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies can be completed by non-degree students who wish to gain a professional credential for working with women and other marginalized groups and on diverse issues of gender and sexuality in various occupations. To be admitted, students must have a 2.0 minimum GPA. A minimum grade of “C” is required for each course counted toward the certificate. Electives must be at least 3000-level and from two different disciplines; see approved course list for available options or confirm with the program director.
Undergraduate Certificate Requirements: 15 Credit Hours
- Required Prerequisites: 3 courses, 9 credits
- WGS 2000 (GE Area 5), WGS 3500, WGS 3600
- Required Electives: 2 courses, 6 credits
- One approved course in Gender and/or Sexuality Studies
- One approved course in Multicultural or International Perspective