From Multicultural Women's Literature to Independent Study
Graduate Certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary program open to students currently admitted to any graduate program at the University of Memphis. It is also available to graduate students enrolled at another institution, as well as to individuals holding a graduate degree who wish to pursue further professional credentials.
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Focusing on scholarship of women and gender

Women's and Gender Studies at the University of Memphis is an academic program that focuses on the scholarship of women and gender, and how we think about race, class, sexuality and social inequality. Our interdisciplinary program offers an undergraduate minor and a graduate certificate.

Women's and Gender Studies Course Information - Spring 2019

Since Women's and Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary program, not a department, we draw most of our courses from departments throughout the University. Please check with individual departments for further information on these courses, and verify meeting times through the online course scheduling system. If you have questions about courses not listed here, please contact the Director of Women's and Gender Studies, Dr. Kathy Schultz klschltz@memphis.edu.

UNDERGRADUATE

Women's Studies
Intr/Women/Gender Study - 12007 - WMST 2100 – 001
Intr/Women/Gender Study - 26497 - WMST 2100 – 002
Intr/Women/Gender Study - 12004 - WMST 2100 - M50

Anthropology

Anthropology Human Rights - 22035 - ANTH 4415 – 001 (Perez)
Medical Anthropology - 15739 - ANTH 4511 – 001
Medical Anthropology Hnrs - 22902 - ANTH 4511 – 350

Communications

Interracial Communication - 12381 - COMM 4373 - M50
Gender and Film - 12396 - COMM 4856 - 001

Criminology and Criminal Justice

ST:Intimate Partner Violence - 26546 - CJUS 4010 - 001
Race/Ethnicity/Gender/America - 25720 - CJUS 4460 - 001
Race/Ethnicity/Gender/America - 19054 - CJUS 4460 - M50

English

Af/Am Lit thru Harlem Ren - 18153 - ENGL 3325 - 001
Af/Am Lit since Harlem Ren - 16289 - ENGL 3326 – 001
Af/Am Lit since Harlem Ren - 11897 - ENGL 3326 - M50
Af/Am Author/Harlem Ren - 20376 - ENGL 4372 - M50
African-Amer Lit Movements - 26226 - ENGL 4374 - 001

History

History of Women in America - 18363 - HIST 4851 - M50 (online)
The Politics of Race and Gender - 26347 - HIST 3863 – 001

Political Science

Human Rights/World Politics - 26243 - POLS 3320 - 001
Human Rights/Wrld Politics Hnr - 16436 - POLS 3320 - 350

Philosophy

Feminist Theory - 12091 - PHIL 3452 – 001

Psychology

Psychology of Gender - 21405 - PSYC 3236 - 001

Sociology

SOCI 3432 – Sociology of Gender (multiple sections)
SOCI 3401 – Social Inequality MW 12:40-2:05 Bamford, M.
SOCI 3422 – Racial/Ethnic Minorities (multiple sections)

Sport and Leisure Studies

Gender/Race/Class Urb Sp/Lei - 23156 - SLS 4125 - M50

GRADUATE
Anthropology
Anthropology Human Rights - 22036 - ANTH 6415 – 001
Medical Anth Theory & Practice - 10752 - ANTH 7511 - 001

Criminology and Criminal Justice

ST:Intimate Partner Violence CJUS6010

Educational Psychology and Research

EDPR 7/8563 Applied Qualitative Theories and Methodologies (Nordstrom)

English

Form/Genre:Afr-Amer Lit - 22250 - ENGL 7/8327 – 001(Schultz)
Women And Literature - 20407 - ENGL 7/8451 - 001

Higher and Adult Education

Multiculturalism Coll Camp - 20244 - HIAD 7444 - 001

History

African American Women in 19th Century America - 15926 - HIST 7883 - 001

Political Science

Seminar/Human Rights - 18139 - POLS 7304 – 001

Psychology

Soc/Persnlty Devel - 10786 - PSYC 7219 - 001

Sociology

Seminar In Family - 20239 - SOCI 7830 – 001