Apr 20, 2018  
Undergraduate Bulletin 2009-2010 
Undergraduate Bulletin 2009-2010 [Archived Catalog]

Women’s Studies Concentration (A.A.)

Program: Concentration A.A.
College of Arts and Sciences

Classroom-Medical Building 272 ~ 260-481-6711 ~ www.ipfw.edu/wost

The student learning outcomes for the degree are as follows:

  •  Demonstrate basic understanding of major issues in feminism.
  • Demonstrate basic awareness of ways in which feminist scholarship has affected the subject matter of at least two arts and Sciences disciplines.
  • Have the education tools for pursuing the bachelor of arts in Women’s Studies.

Women’s studies is based on the premise that the study of women’s experiences, concerns, social roles, and creativity is essential to our knowledge of humankind and society. Feminist scholarship and theory provide the knowledge and analytical tools necessary for a gender-balanced perspective on our world, both past and present. The Women’s Studies Program affords you the opportunity to pursue feminist scholarship on women and gender through a variety of interdisciplinary courses. 

In addition to the courses listed below, you must complete MA 153, MA 168, or STAT 125 for your IPFW General Education course in Quantitative Reasoning. If you plan to continue for a bachelor’s degree with a major in women’s studies (see Part 5 ), you should take the second-year foreign-language courses as electives for the A.A.

Program Requirements

  • Credits in WOST or cross-listed humanities/visual arts Credits: 3
  • Credits in WOST or cross-listed social science/science Credits: 3
  • Additional credits in WOST or cross-listed courses Credits: 6