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Gender Studies Programs at Reinhardt University

College of Humanities, Sciences, and Technology
Minor | On Campus

Reinhardt University’s Gender Studies minor offers an enlightening exploration into the complexities of gender identity, social roles, and equality. Through interdisciplinary coursework spanning fields such as sociology, psychology, literature, history, and beyond, students delve into the intersections of gender with race, class, sexuality, and culture.

Gender Studies Minor Classes

To complete a Gender Studies minor, a student must complete any four of the courses listed below or any course approved by the Interdisciplinary Studies Coordinator or the Dean of the College of Humanities, Sciences, and Technology, with a C or better. No more than one course may be at the 200-level, and courses chosen must represent at least two different disciplines. These courses are in addition to any courses taken to fulfill the requirements of the General Education Core or the student’s major.

  • COM 498 Special Topics
  • ENG 298/498 Special Topics (e.g. Emily Dickinson)
  • ENG 371 The Rise of the Woman Writer
  • ENG 450 Senior Thesis
  • HIS 377 American Feminism
  • HIS 380 Topics in Women’s History
  • HIS 392 Children and Childhood
  • IDS 301 Interdisciplinary Topics (when relevant)
  • IDS 450 Senior Thesis
  • PSY 498 Special Topics
  • SOC 310 Social Inequality: Class, Race, Gender
  • SOC 330 Gender and Society
  • SOC 340 Marriage and Family
  • SOC 345 Parenting Roles: Mothering and Fathering
  • SOC 380 Family Violence


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Scholarships and Financial Aid

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Clubs and Organizations

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Campus Living

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