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Associate of Arts
Women's Studies Curriculum

Women's Studies Curriculum
Associate of Arts
AT A GLANCE
  • 60 credits
  • Transfer up to 45 credits
  • All courses are available online
  • Select on-site and hybrid courses available
TUITION
  • $248 per credit hour (Europe)
  • $250 per credit hour (Downrange)

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Get your Associate's with a specialized curriculum in women's studies for your educational goals.

Within the overall outcomes of the AA degree in General Studies, the specialized curriculum in women’s studies will help you develop knowledge of the history, status, and experience of women in your professional, personal, and educational contexts.


Within the overall outcomes of the AA degree in General Studies, the specialized curriculum in women's studies will help you develop knowledge of the history, status, and experience of women in your professional, personal, and educational contexts.

Courses in the Specialization (25 Credits)

  • (3 Credits, WMST 200)
  • Women's studies‚ related courses (15), chosen from the following:
    • (3 Credits, BEHS 220)
    • (3 Credits, BEHS 343)
    • (3 Credits, BEHS 453)
    • (3 Credits, ENGL 250)
    • (3 Credits, GERO 311)
    • (3 Credits, HIST 377)
    • (3 Credits, PSYC 338)
    • (3 Credits, SOCY 325)
    • (3 Credits, SOCY 443)
    • (3 Credits, SOCY 462)
    • (3 Credits, SPCH 324)
  • Elective courses (7)

General Education Requirements (35 Credits)

Since some recommended courses fulfill more than one requirement, substituting courses for those listed may require you to take additional courses to meet degree requirements. Consult your academic advisor whenever taking advantage of other options. See information on alternate courses (where allowable) to fulfill general education requirements (in communications, arts and humanities, behavioral and social sciences, biological and physical sciences, mathematics, and research and computing literacy).

Research and Computing Literacy Courses

  • (1 Credit, LIBS 150)
  • (3 Credits, IFSM 201) or (3 Credits, CMST 301)

Communications Courses

  • (3 Credits, WRTG 111) or (3 Credits, WRTG 291) or other writing course
  • (3 Credits, WRTG 112)
  • (3 Credits, SPCH 100) or other communication, writing, or speech course

Math Course

  • (3 Credits, MATH 103) or other approved math or statistics course

Arts and Humanities Courses

  • (3 Credits, HIST 142) or (3 Credits, HIST 157) or other arts and humanities course
  • (3 Credits, ARTH 204) or foreign language course or other arts and humanities course

Behavioral and Social Science Courses

  • (3 Credits, ECON 201) or (3 Credits, PSYC 100) or other behavioral and social science course
  • (3 Credits, GVPT 170) or other behavioral and social science course

Biological and Physical Sciences Courses

  • (3 Credits, BIOL 101) and (1 Credit, BIOL 102) or other paired science lecture and laboratory course(s)
  • (3 Credits, NUTR 100) or (3 Credits, BIOL 160) or other science lecture course

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