Minor in Critical Studies in Sexuality
Critical Studies in Sexuality offers a multi-disciplinary exploration of how lesbian, gay, bisexual, heterosexual, transgender, and other sexualities affect the many academic areas studied in the Faculty of Arts and other faculties. The CSIS Coordinating Committee maintains an approved list of courses available for credit toward the Minor. This list changes annually. Students registered in the minor must have their course selection approved by a member of the Coordinating Committee.
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Lower Level Requirements
Students take 12 credits formally approved by the Coordinating Committee.
Upper Level Requirements
Students take 18 credits of 300- and 400-level courses, including at least 3 credits of CSIS 300 and electives from the approved list:
- CSIS 300 (3/6) Introduction to Critical Studies in Sexuality
- CSIS 301 (3) Introduction to Trans* Studies
- CSIS 450 (3-6) Topics in Critical Studies in Sexuality
- CSIS 490 (3/6) Directed Topics
- CSIS 500 (3/6) Critical Studies in Sexuality: Multi-disciplinary Approaches