Gender Studies courses are designated by GNDR.
An Interdisciplinary Introduction to Gender Studies
(same as the former Women's Studies 2000) is an interdisciplinary introduction to the major concepts, issues and debates of Gender Studies.
CR: the former Women's Studies 2000
Women and Science
(same as the former Women's Studies 2001) is an investigation of: historical and contemporary contributions of women scientists, especially Canadians; different sciences and how they study women; and feminist and other perspectives on gender and science.
CR: the former Women's Studies 2001
Special Topics in Women's Studies
(same as the former Women's Studies 3000 - 3010) has a range of special topics in Gender Studies.
CR: the former Women's Studies 3000 - 3010
Contemporary Feminist Issues
same as the former Women's Studies 4000) is an interdisciplinary seminar in Gender Studies that identifies emerging debates in contemporary feminism and analyses complex and contentious issues and how they intersect and disrupt social constructions of gender.
CR: the former Women's Studies 4000
OR: 3 hour seminar per week
PR: students must normally have completed GNDR 3005 or the former Women's Studies 3005 or GNDR 3025 and 15 credit hours in other courses applicable to the Gender Studies Major and Minor programs before taking GNDR 4000. In exceptional cases, students without these prerequisites may be accepted, with the approval of the instructor of GNDR 4000 and the Head of the Department.