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Graduate Courses Related to WGS

While we don't yet have a graduate degree or certificate in Women and Gender Studies, there are courses available with which a graduate student can create an emphasis in WGS. Students in a variety of master’s programs, such as Communication, Couple and Family Therapy, English, or Sociology, may choose to take courses that are relevant to issues of gender. Persons interested in this program should contact the chair of the department in which they wish to study for a master's degree, discuss their interest in pursuing the emphasis in Women and Gender Studies, and then proceed with an admission application to the NDSU Graduate Studies Office.

Listed below are potential courses a graduate student might select for an emphasis in Women and Gender Studies. To view a description of each course, click on the course name.

Elective Courses: Variable Credits


CollegeDepartmentCourseCourse NameCredits
NDSUCDFS662Risk, Resilience, and Competence in Families3
NDSUCOMM612Gender and Communication3
NDSUCOMM706Advanced Interpersonal Communication3
NDSUSOC624Feminist Theory and Discourse3
NDSUSOC612Sociology of Sex Roles3
NDSUSOC617Sociology of the Family3
NDSUSOC639Social Change3

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