lgbtq

Courses

Summer 2022

  • JMS 410: Media & Sexuality
  • P H 353: Human Sexuality & Disease
  • WMNST 355: Feminist Approaches to Popular Culture
  • WMNST 360: Women’s Sexuality and Bodies
  • WMNST 382: Gender, Science and Technology

Fall 2022

  • LGBT 101 Introduction to LGBTQ+ Studies**
  • LGBT 296 Pride House Seminar (for incoming Pride House Learning Community students only)
  • LGBT 321 LGBTQ+ Identities in the Modern World
  • LGBT 322 LGBTQ+ History and Culture 
  • LGBT 333 Trans/Gender Studies
  • LGBT 598 Internship*
  • COMM 452 Interaction and Gender
  • COMM 751 Gender and Communication
  • ED 484 Valuing Human Diversity
  • ENG 725 Race and Sexuality*
  • GEN S 340 Confronting AIDS
  • HIST 125 Sexuality Past & Present**
  • MGT 467 Diversity Issues
  • POL S 364 Political Change in Modern Africa
  • POL S 535 Gender and Politics*
  • PSY 355 Psychology of Human Sexual Behavior
  • P H 353 Human Sexuality and Disease
  • SOC 320 Sex and Gender in Contemporary Society
  • SOC 421 American Families
  • SOC 455 Sociology of Intersectionality
  • SOC 700 Sexualities*
  • WMNST 340 History of Women and Sexuality in Modern Europe
  • WMNST 355 Feminist Approaches to Popular Culture        
  • WMNST 360 Women’s Sexuality and the Body
  • WMNST 382 Gender, Science, and Technology
  • WMNST 606 Narrating Women’s Lives*         
  • WMNST 608 Body Politics*
  • 499 Special Study in any department with an appropriate topic by permission of the program advisor

Spring 2023

  • LGBT 101 Introduction to LGBTQ+ Studies**
  • LGBT 321 LGBTQ+ Identities in the Modern World
  • LGBT 322 LGBTQ+ History and Culture 
  • LGBT 598 Internship*
  • COMM 452 Interaction and Gender
  • ENGL 550 Queer Texts and Contexts*
  • HIST 125: Sexuality: Past and Present**
  • HIST 405 Amazons and Wonder Woman
  • HIST 406 History of Sexuality 
  • PHIL 312 Women and Philosophy
  • PHIL 544/WMNST 544 Queer Theory*
  • POL S 336 Gender and Public Policy
  • WMNST 382 Gender, Science, and Technology
  • 499 Special Study in any department with an appropriate topic by permission of the program advisor


*Counts toward the Advanced Graduate Certificate
** Can be counted toward the LGBTQ+ Studies Minor, although 6 units for the minor must be at the upper-division (300+) level

Notes:  1) 600 and 700-level courses are usually limited to graduate students; check with the instructor for permission; 2) Some courses may have prerequisites; check with the instructor or ask the LGBTQ+ Studies program director as some may be willing to waive the prerequisite; 3) Please contact the LGBTQ+ Studies program director if you have any questions or would like to discuss your classes; 4) If you know of other courses that are at least 50% focused on LGBTQ+ Studies, please contact the LGBTQ+ Studies program director.