Prior to Fall 2018 – major requirements
Students declaring a major prior to Fall 2018 have the option to follow the new curriculum or to continue with the old curriculum. Details of the old major are listed below and can be completed as a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree. Please meet with our Academic Advisor to discuss what works best for you.
|WGS 101||Women, Difference, and Power||4|
|WGS 303||Women and Gender in American History||4|
|WGS 315||History and Development of Feminist Theory||4|
|WGS 321||Feminist Perspectives: Identity, Race, and Culture||4|
|WGS 351||Introduction to Global Feminisms||4|
|WGS 352||Gender, Literature & Culture (now WGS 250)||4|
|WGS 411||Feminist Praxis (Internship)||4|
|Upper-division WGS courses||8|
|WGS or other subject code (8 credits can be lower-division)||12|
* These 48 credits in WGS are in addition to the requirements of a second major, if applicable.
Students should consider selecting a set of elective courses that constitute a coherent and focused course of study within the major. Students are encouraged to plan their courses with advisors to achieve this goal.
Caveats and other restrictions:
- No more than 8 credits taken pass/no pass may be counted toward the major.
- No more than 4 credits of WGS 409 practicum may apply toward the major.
- At least 32 credits must be in upper-division courses.
- At least 24 upper-division credits must be taken at the University of Oregon.
- WGSS majors must attain a grade-point average of 2.50 or higher in courses applied to the major
- All graded courses in the major must be completed with grades of C- or higher.
- Note: Students who have declared their major before fall term 2013 may choose the requirements in place when they declared or those above.