- Women's and Gender Studies Major
- Gender and Health Major
- Honors Program
- Undergraduate Courses
- Transfer Credit
- Global and Intercultural Study
- What Can You Do With a Women's and Gender Studies Degree?
- Herman Family Internship Initiative
- Dorothy McGuigan Prizes
- Feminist Practice Award
- SOAR - Research Program
- Declare and Release
The minor in Social Class and Inequality Studies is the nation's first degree program focused on social class. This interdisciplinary minor brings together courses in Women's and Gender Studies and from across the LSA curriculum that address social class as an analytic category and explore the intersections of class with race, gender, and other dimensions of social structure.
Required and elective courses taken together will provide a strong, interdisciplinary understanding of how social class has operated in past cultures, as well as how it operates in the present in the U.S. and elsewhere.
This minor requires students to take five courses totalling at least 15 credits. Students are encouraged to consult with a department advisor for additional information.
Minimum Credits: 15
See below for courses that count for the minor (Social Class & Inequality Studies minor courses are in the yellow column)
A Note Regarding LSA Minor Policies
1. A major must be declared before a minor is declared.
2. Only one course may be shared between a major and minor.
3. Courses in the minor may be used for LSA distribution requirements (SS, HU, etc).