The Bachelor of Arts degree in Women’s Studies is organized around three areas of inquiry: 1) feminist thought; 2) women in multicultural perspective; and 3) women in international perspective.
For admission into the undergraduate program, students must have a 2.0 GPA with a letter grade of “C” for each course counted toward the undergraduate degree. To graduate with a degree in Women's Studies, students must complete, along with university and college requirements, a total of 124 credit hours, and maintain a grade of "C" or higher in all approved WMS courses taken for the major, 40 hours of which must be at the 3000-level or above.
Wright State Core Requirements: 38 credit hours
- Required General Education Course: WMS 2000
Foreign Language and Research Methods Requirements: 18 credit hours
- Foreign Language: 4 courses, 12 credits
- Methods of Inquiry: 2 courses, 6 credits
WMS Major Requirements: 33 credit hours
- Core Requirements: 4 courses, 12 credits
- Additional Requirements: 7 courses, 21 credits
Free Electives: 35 credit hours
Dual degree students may use free electives to complete core requirements for their second major in College of Liberal Arts; if pursuing a second major outside COLA additional electives may be required; see program director for advising.