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GR Minor - Gender Studies

GR Minor - Gender Studies


The graduate minor in gender studies indicates that the bearer has an area of concentration and specialization in gender studies with an interdisciplinary focus. The director of the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies will administer the minor and work with graduate students to identify appropriate courses and independent study opportunities.

Course Requirements

Only students already accepted for graduate study at the University of Mississippi by their home departments are eligible for the gender studies graduate minor. Graduate students will receive a minor in gender studies when they complete G St 600 and a minimum of 9 additional hours in classes dealing with gender and/or women's issues. A student must take at least 6 of these hours outside of his or her department. No more than 3 of these hours can be Directed Readings, and students cannot apply thesis or dissertation hours. Students must maintain at least a "B" average in all courses counted toward the minor. The time limit for completing a minor is four years.

Classes that fulfill this requirement include Eng 742, G St 600, G St 605, G St/Hst 615, G St/Hst 641, G St 698, G St 699, Hst/Soc/S St 596, His 660, His 690, Psy 561, Soc 619, and Span 565. Other graduate classes may count toward the minor with the approval of the director of the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies.

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