UST WMST Courses: Spring 2017

WMST 205                 Foundations in Women’s Studies     MW        1:35–3:10 PM



COJO 328                   Comm of Race, Class & Gender       TR        3:25–5:00 PM

ENGL 204                   Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Language  MWF    12:15-1:20 PM

ENGL 218                   Lit by Women: Critical Hist                 TR       3:25–5:00 PM        

HIST 112-W03            Hist Mod World Since 1550                TR        9:55–11:35 AM   

THEO 429                  Women & Christian Tradition            TR       9:55–11:35 AM

THEO 431-01              Women in the Early Church               MWF   8:15–9:20 AM

THEO 431-02              Women in the Early Church              MWF   9:35–10:40 AM


Social and Natural Sciences:

BIOL 106                    Women, Medicine and Biology         MWF   10:55–noon             

BIOL 106                    Women, Medicine and Biology Lab  R          1:30–3:30 PM        

BIOL 106                    Women, Medicine and Biology Lab  R          3:35–5:35 PM

IDSC 291                    The Anatomy of Violence                    T          6:00-9:15 PM

SOCI 321                    Marriages and Families                       MWF 9:35–10:40 AM


Women's Studies courses for Multicultural/Ethnic Studies requirement (required only of majors):

COJO 370                   Intercultural Communication           MW      1:35–3:10 PM    

ACTC WMST courses: Spring 2017

                                                        Augsburg (Augsburg courses begin in January!)

WST 201   Introduction to Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies TR 9:40-11:20

WST 281   Topics: Men and Masculinities                                          TR 9:40-11:20

WST 305    Introduction to Queer Theory                                     TTH 1:50-3:30

WST 485    Senior Seminar                                                           TTH 12:00-1:40

ENL 365    Contemporary Postcolonial Fiction                             W 6:00-9:30

ENL 385    Language and Power                                                 TH 6:00-9:30

PSY 271    Psychology of Gender                                             MWF 1:50-3:00

SOC 231    Family Systems                                                     MWF 12:30-1:40

SOC 265    Race, Class, and Gender                                         TTH 3:40-5:20

THR 273    Latino/a Theater and Performance                           MWF 1:50-3:00




Law and Lives of Women: LGST 3790;  TR: 9:40 AM- 11:10 AM

Sex and Sexuality: SOC 5330;  MWF: 1:50 PM- 2:50 PM

Foundations of Women’s Studies: WSTD 1010;  TR: 2:30 PM- 4:30 PM

Topics in Women’s Studies: Women Organizing for Social Change: WSTD 1500 OR WSTD 3500;  TR: 9:40 AM- 11:10 AM

Topics in Women’s Studies: Women, Conflict, and Soc Change: WSTD 3500;  W: 6-9 PM

WSTD Research Seminar (Senior Seminar): WSTD 5900;  M: 6:00 PM- 9:00 PM



                                                        St. Kate’s

ARTH 3630 Women in Art TR 9:55-11:35

BIOL 1120 Biology of Women with Lab TR 9:55-11:35 

BIOL 1120 Biology of Women Lab F 12:15-2:05 

COMM 1000W Introduction to Communication: Women and Social Change R 6:00-9:30

COMM 2050 Media, Culture, and Society TR 1:30-3:10

COMM 3070W Gender and Rhetoric MW 2:55-4:35

COMM 3100 Communicating Across Cultures, Identities, and Differences MWF 10:55-noon

ECON 1120 Economics of Social Issues MW 2:55-4:35

ECON 1120 Economics of Social Issues TR 1:30-3:10

ECON 3050 Quantitative Impact Evaluation: Applied Research Skills TR 9:55-11:35

ENGL 2290W Women and Literature: American Immigrant Stories MWF 12:15-1:20

ENGL 3400W Language as Power TR 3:25-5:00

HIST 3650 U.S. Women since 1920 M 6-9:30

HIST 3795 History of British Feminism through Literature TR 9:55-11:35

MUS 3350W Women and Music TR 9:55-11:35

PHIL 3900 Feminist Philosophy TR 1:30-3:10

SOCI 2700 Social Movements - Social Change M 6:00-9:30 

SOCI 2994 Race, Class, Gender: School-to-Prison Pipeline MW 2:55-4:35

SOCI 2994 Constructing Social Problems: Media, Discourse, and Society TR 3:25-5:00

SOCI 3250 Cultural Anthropology W 6:00-9:30

WOST 3640 Feminist Theory W 6-9:30

WOST 4850W Senior Seminar T 6:00-9:30


All Approved UST Women's Studies Courses

Because the women’s studies program at the University of St. Thomas is part of a consortium with three other area schools (Augsburg College, Hamline University, and the University of St. Catherine), appropriate courses may be taken at any of these institutions without the exchange course limitation. There is, however, potential for duplication of courses between schools, so students are urged to speak with the program director with any questions. Courses offered within the consortium are publicized by the program director, who can guide students in choosing eligible courses. Listed below are UST courses only.

Humanities Courses

  • ARTH 260 Women in Ancient Art and Culture
  • CLAS 245 Classical Mythology
  • COJO 328 Communication of Race, Class, and Gender (certain sections only)
  • ENGL 204 Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Language
  • ENGL 218 Literature by Women: Critical History
  • ENGL 341 Literature by Women: Critical Questions
  • HIST 112 The History of the Modern World since 1550 (certain sections only)
  • HIST 211 Women and Families in the Americas
  • HIST 268 History of Women in the United States
  • THEO 428 Women and the Old Testament
  • THEO 429 Women and the Christian Tradition
  • THEO 431 Women in the Early Church
  • THEO 482 AIDS, Apartheid, and the Arts of Resistance (J-Term, Study Abroad)
  • THEO 490 Topics: Comparative Theologies of Sex, Gender, and the Body

Social Science and Natural Science

  • BIOL 106 Women, Medicine, and Biology
  • BLAW 352 Gender Issues and the Law (J-Term)
  • IDSC 291 The Anatomy of Violence
  • POLS 302 Women and Politics
  • PSYC 205 Psychology of Women
  • SOCI 304 Adolescence in Society
  • SOCI 321 Marriages and Families
  • SOCI 353 Global Perspectives on Gender
  • SOCI 354 Sex in Society

Multicultural or Ethnic Studies (required only of majors)

  • ARTH 285 Arts of Africa
  • COJO 370 Intercultural Communication
  • HIST 116 African American History in Global Perspective
  • MUSC 216 Jazz in America
  • SOCI 251 Race and Ethnicity
  • SOCI 301 Cultural Anthropology