Gender, Science, and Technology Minor
Cultivate an understanding of the complex ways in which gender intertwines with science and technology.
Total Credit Hours: 18
Required Courses Taken in Sequence (12 Hours)
Upper-level Electives (6 Hours)
What You'll Study
By combining classes from the women's and gender studies program and the Science, Technology and Society Department, students will learn to question many of the assumptions that employers, politicians, schools, and scientists hold about gender.
A gender, science, and technology minor will make students more competitive in the job market, helping them excel in the fields that shape the job market, including STEM policy, development work, and entrepreneurial activity.
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