In October 1983, university administration awarded approval for a minor in women's studies to be given to any student completing a minimum of fifteen (15) hours, six (6) hours at the 300 level or above, and having a grade point average of at least a "C." In 1997, the University Curriculum Committee approved the program's request to require that Introduction to Women's Studies (94115) be three of the fifteen hours required for the minor. Students can obtain a minor application from the Office of Academic Records and Summer School. The form must be given to the director of the Women's Studies Program, who will verify the accuracy of the application and sign the form. The recognition that the student has earned a minor in women's studies will be recorded on the student's transcript.
Program Requirements and Course Descriptions
Women’s Studies Document of Academic Achievement
In May 1978, university administration awarded approval for a Document of Academic Achievement in Women's Studies to be given to any student completing a minimum of twelve (12) hours in Women's Studies and having a grade point average of at least a "C." Eligible students may apply for the certificate to the director of the program. If the minimum requirements are met, the director will sign the Document of Academic Achievement and forward it to the office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs for countersignature.