Program Curriculum

Program Curriculum

CURRICULUM

Within the framework of the general requirements of the Associate of Arts Degree, students must complete a minimum of 60 credits including:

Courses Credits
All of
WMST 1116 Investigating Women's Realities: An Introduction
3

Lecture Hours: 3.0 | Seminar: 1.0 | Lab: 0.0

An introduction to critical thinking about the lives of women. Through the lens of comparative theories and diverse perspectives, this course examines links and connections between personal and collective experiences - in the home, in the body, and on the street. Using an interdisciplinary and participatory approach, students will make sense of historical patterns and movements for social change.

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WMST 1216 Exploring Women's Lives: An Introduction
3

Lecture Hours: 3.0 | Seminar: 1.0 | Lab: 0.0

An introduction to naming and analyzing women's life experiences. Students will explore topics relevant to women's everyday lives such as body image, work and family, to develop a critical awareness of what limits and expands experiences, locally and globally, yesterday and today. This course considers how gender is constructed across age, class, race/ethnicity and sexuality. It pulls from a variety of disciplines and uses a popular education approach to shed light on issues and strategies for change.

WMST 1116 and 1216 can be taken in any order.

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WMST 1105 Lecture Series 1
0

Lecture Hours: 2.0 | Seminar: 0.0 | Lab: 0.0

This is a non-credit, non-fee course consisting of a series of lectures and/or films on women's issues. A minimum of four lectures will be offered during the semester. Requirement for the Diploma in Arts and Science (Women's Studies).

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Notes:
1 Colloquium - no credits and no fee
 
One of
WMST 2270 Gender Currents: Femininity, Masculinity, and Beyond
3

Lecture Hours: 3.0 | Seminar: 1.0 | Lab: 0.0

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Prerequisite(s): WMST 1116 or 1216.

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WMST 2272 Women and Social Change
3

Lecture Hours: 3.0 | Seminar: 0.0 | Lab: 0.0

This interdisciplinary course will focus on feminist theories and strategies for creating social change, concentrating on women's movements in Canada within an international context. A university transfer course.

Prerequisite(s): WMST 1116 or 1216 (preferably both).

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WMST 2274 Women and Sexuality
3

Lecture Hours: 3.0 | Seminar: 0.0 | Lab: 0.0

This course will blend perspectives from several disciplines to examine the social forces and ideologies that have prescribed women's sexuality, and will analyze significant contemporary issues that have an impact on women's sexuality. A university transfer course.

Prerequisite(s): WMST 1116 or 1216 (preferably both).

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Three of
WMST 2270WMST 2272 or WMST 2274 (whichever was not already taken), WMST 1195, WMST 1220, WMST 1230. Certain sections of the following courses. These course/sections must contain a minimum 30% Women's Studies content - please see the program co-ordinator for further information: ABST 1115, ABST 1116, AHIS 1112, AHIS 1212, AHIS 1113, AHIS 1115, AHIS 1215, AHIS 1216AHIS 1117, AHIS 1114, AHIS 1214, AHIS 1119, AHIS 1301, AHIS 1302, ANTH 2260, CLST 1102, CNST 1120, CNST 1130, CNST 1140, CRIM 1213, ECON 1119, ENGL 2234, ENGL 2237, ENGL 2256, HIST 1116, HIST 1126, HIST 1155, LAMS 1101, PCCN 1202, POLI 2275RELS 1220, RELS 1230, SOCI 1121, SOCI 2220, SOCI 2250
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CURRICULUM

Within the framework of the general requirements of the Diploma in Arts and Science, students must complete a minimum of 60 credits including:

Courses Credits
All of
WMST 1116 Investigating Women's Realities: An Introduction
3

Lecture Hours: 3.0 | Seminar: 1.0 | Lab: 0.0

An introduction to critical thinking about the lives of women. Through the lens of comparative theories and diverse perspectives, this course examines links and connections between personal and collective experiences - in the home, in the body, and on the street. Using an interdisciplinary and participatory approach, students will make sense of historical patterns and movements for social change.

More Information »

WMST 1216 Exploring Women's Lives: An Introduction
3

Lecture Hours: 3.0 | Seminar: 1.0 | Lab: 0.0

An introduction to naming and analyzing women's life experiences. Students will explore topics relevant to women's everyday lives such as body image, work and family, to develop a critical awareness of what limits and expands experiences, locally and globally, yesterday and today. This course considers how gender is constructed across age, class, race/ethnicity and sexuality. It pulls from a variety of disciplines and uses a popular education approach to shed light on issues and strategies for change.

WMST 1116 and 1216 can be taken in any order.

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WMST 1105 Lecture Series 1
0

Lecture Hours: 2.0 | Seminar: 0.0 | Lab: 0.0

This is a non-credit, non-fee course consisting of a series of lectures and/or films on women's issues. A minimum of four lectures will be offered during the semester. Requirement for the Diploma in Arts and Science (Women's Studies).

More Information »

Notes:
1 Colloquium - no credits and no fee
 
One of
WMST 2270 Gender Currents: Femininity, Masculinity, and Beyond
3

Lecture Hours: 3.0 | Seminar: 1.0 | Lab: 0.0

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Prerequisite(s): WMST 1116 or 1216.

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WMST 2272 Women and Social Change
3

Lecture Hours: 3.0 | Seminar: 0.0 | Lab: 0.0

This interdisciplinary course will focus on feminist theories and strategies for creating social change, concentrating on women's movements in Canada within an international context. A university transfer course.

Prerequisite(s): WMST 1116 or 1216 (preferably both).

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WMST 2274 Women and Sexuality
3

Lecture Hours: 3.0 | Seminar: 0.0 | Lab: 0.0

This course will blend perspectives from several disciplines to examine the social forces and ideologies that have prescribed women's sexuality, and will analyze significant contemporary issues that have an impact on women's sexuality. A university transfer course.

Prerequisite(s): WMST 1116 or 1216 (preferably both).

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Three of
WMST 2270, 2272, or 2274 (whichever was not already taken), WMST 1195, WMST 1220, WMST 1230. Certain sections of the following courses. These course/sections must contain a minimum 30% Women's Studies content - please see the program co-ordinator for further information: ABST 1115, ABST 1116, AHIS 1112, AHIS 1212, AHIS 1113, AHIS 1115, AHIS 1215, AHIS 1216AHIS 1117, AHIS 1114, AHIS 1214, AHIS 1119, AHIS 1301, AHIS 1302, ANTH 2260, CLST 1102, CNST 1120, CNST 1130, CNST 1140, CRIM 1213, ECON 1119, ENGL 2234, ENGL 2237, ENGL 2256, HIST 1116, HIST 1126, HIST 1155, LAMS 1101, PCCN 1202, POLI 2275RELS 1220, RELS 1230, SOCI 1121, SOCI 2220, SOCI 2250
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