Not more than 10 credits may be taken in any one discipline. At least 15 credits must be from upper-division courses. At least 15 credits must be taken at Seattle University, five credits of which must be WMST 401 .
As soon as a student decides to pursue a minor in women and gender studies, she or he should contact the director. In consultation with the director, students will choose an advisor and begin to design programs that fit their specific interests and best complement their majors. The advisor helps decide on particular courses, assures that all requirements of the minor are fulfilled, that the minor is noted on the transcript, and provides information on further study and/or career opportunities.
Courses selected for the minor may include those which fulfill university core or elective requirements, and those taken to fulfill a major.
See policy (84-1 ) for minors for more information.