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  Sep 20, 2017
 
 
    
2015-2016 Undergraduate Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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Please note, when searching courses by Code or Number, an asterisk (*) can be used to return mass results. For instance a Code search of 2* can be entered, returning all 200-level courses.

 

Women's and Gender Studies

   •  WGS 439 - Women, Gender and Violence in a Transnational Context
   •  WGS 441 - Topics in Feminist Philosophy
   •  WGS 444 - Schooling & Diversity
   •  WGS 445 - The Caribbean: Sex Workers, Transnational Capital, and Tourism
   •  WGS 447 - Sexualities and Genders in World Teen Culture
   •  WGS 449 - Women in Art
   •  WGS 451 - Visual Culture Past and Present: Gender, Religion and Politics
   •  WGS 452 - Feminism and Postcolonial Studies
   •  WGS 453 - Feminisms, Sexualities, and Human Rights in Middle Eastern Societies
   •  WGS 454 - Family and Gender in Contemporary Italy
   •  WGS 455 - Culture and AIDS
   •  WGS 456 - LGBT Studies in Sociology
   •  WGS 457 - Gender, Politics, Society in Europe (1400-1800)
   •  WGS 462 - Culture and Reproductive Health and Medicine
   •  WGS 465 - Beyond the Veil: Gender Politics in Islam
   •  WGS 472 - Language, Culture, and Society
   •  WGS 473 - Women, Rap and Hip-Hop Feminism
   •  WGS 475 - Women, Myth and Nation in Latin American Literature
   •  WGS 479 - Power, Conflict, Violence, and the Family
   •  WGS 480 - International Course
   •  WGS 490 - Independent Study
   •  WGS 492 - Work and Inequality
   •  WGS 494 - Music and Gender
   •  WGS 498 - Senior Project in Women's & Gender Studies
   •  WGS 499 - Honors Capstone Project
   •  WGS 500 - Selected Topics
   •  WGS 512 - African American Women's History
   •  WGS 513 - Toni Morrison: Black Book Seminar
   •  WGS 525 - Economics and Gender
   •  WGS 553 - Women and Social Change
   •  WGS 555 - Food, Culture and Environment
   •  WGS 576 - Gender, Place, and Space

Writing Program

   •  WRT 104 - Introduction to College-Level Writing
   •  WRT 105 - Studio 1: Practices of Academic Writing
   •  WRT 109 - Studio 1: Practices of Academic Writing (Honors)
   •  WRT 114 - Writing Culture
   •  WRT 120 - Writing Enrichment
   •  WRT 205 - Studio 2: Critical Research and Writing
   •  WRT 207 - Writing in the Workplace
   •  WRT 209 - Studio 2: Critical Research and Writing (Honors)
   •  WRT 220 - Writing Enrichment
   •  WRT 255 - Advanced Argumentative Writing
   •  WRT 280 - International Course
   •  WRT 301 - Advanced Writing Studio: Civic Writing
   •  WRT 302 - Advanced Writing Studio: Digital Writing
   •  WRT 303 - Advanced Writing Studio: Research and Writing
   •  WRT 307 - Advanced Writing Studio: Professional Writing
   •  WRT 308 - Advanced Writing Studio: Syle
   •  WRT 320 - Writing Enrichment
   •  WRT 331 - Peer Writing Consultant Practicum
   •  WRT 340 - Advanced Editing Studio
   •  WRT 401 - Advanced Workshop in Technical Communications: Design Methodology
   •  WRT 402 - Advanced workshop in Technical Communication: Prototyping and Construction
   •  WRT 413 - Rhetoric and Ethics
   •  WRT 417 - Technical Documentation & Usability
   •  WRT 419 - Advanced Technical Writing Workshop
   •  WRT 422 - Studies in Creative Nonfiction
   •  WRT 423 - African American Rhetoric
   •  WRT 424 - Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, Identity
   •  WRT 426 - Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Information Technology
   •  WRT 427 - Emerging Technologies in Professional & Technical Writing
   •  WRT 428 - Studies in Composition, Rhetoric and Literacy
   •  WRT 430 - Advanced Experience in Writing Consultation
   •  WRT 436 - Feminist Rhetoric(s)
   •  WRT 437 - Rhetoric and Information Design
   •  WRT 438 - Advanced Creative Nonfiction
   •  WRT 440 - Studies in the Politics of Language and Writing
   •  WRT 447 - Professional & Technical Writing in Global Contexts
   •  WRT 470 - Experience Credit
   •  WRT 495 - Senior Research Seminar I
   •  WRT 496 - Senior Research Seminar II
   •  WRT 499 - Honors Capstone Project
 

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