Women’s studies minor requirements (3 courses)

  • WOST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies
  • WOST/PHIL 225 Philosophy and Feminism
  • WOST 401 Women, Justice, and Equality
    May be taken as an Independent Study. Contact Women’s Studies Coordinator or faculty

Electives (2 courses)

Women’s Studies is a vibrant interdisciplinary minor with a wide array of elective offerings that vary annually. Students choose electives that complement their interests and goals in conjunction with the Women’s Studies coordinator or faculty.

Approved courses (partial listing)

  • ANTH 250 Special Topics*
  • ANTH 362 Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspectives
  • ANTH 368 Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • CLAS 210/310 Ancient Literature*
  • CLAS 230/330 Classical Mythology*
  • CLAS 240 Ancient Society*
  • COMM 231 Interpersonal Communication
  • COMM 250 Special Topics*
  • ENGL 180 Literature: Special Topics*
  • ENGL 350 Special Topics in Literature and Related Areas
  • HIST 300 Women in Latin America
  • PHIL 250 Special Topics*
  • PHIL/RELG 340 Africana Philosophy
  • PSYCH 323 Psychology of Gender
  • RELG 250 Special Topics*
  • RELG 252 Religion, Gender, and Sexuality
  • SOCI 250 Special Topics*
  • SPAN 315 Latin American Cinema*
  • SPAN 326 Special Topics*
  • THEA 285 Theatre and Society
  • WOST 320 Independent Study

*when topic is appropriate and approved. Contact instructor or program coordinator

Transfer Credits:

Across the Core Curriculum and other programs of Monmouth College, most transfer courses are accepted. Departments Chairs have the final determination regarding how transfer credit will be applied to meet major or minor requirements. More information for transfer students is available on our Admission Transfer Credits page.