Tompkins Cortland Community College

WGST Discipline Courses


Course SubTypes Description
Women and Gender Studies Elective
Lecture This course is used for evaluating transfer credits.
Perspectives on Women--An Introduction
Ind Study, Lecture This course is a study of women in American society. Emphasis is placed upon brief but intense contact with many disciplines (biol...
Women and Health Care
Lecture Health issues affecting women, and women's roles as consumers/recipients, and/or providers of health care are explored. Emphasis i...
Women and Work
Ind Study, Lecture Students study the interrelationship of the economic functions of women in the paid and unpaid labor markets, the kinds of jobs op...
Introduction to Men's Studies
Ind Study, Lecture Cross-listed as SOCE 131. A social scientific study of men, and what it means to be a "man," in American society. In a highly e...
Images of Women
Ind Study, Lecture An exploration of the manner in which women have been, and are portrayed in literature, films, and mass media. Prerequisites: RDNG...
Women & Gender Studies Internship
Internship The field placement component or the course requires students to spend eight hours per week in first-hand experience with a specif...
Women in US History
Ind Study, Lecture Cross-listed as HSTY 233. This course emphasizes the experiences of women from a variety of cultures within the U.S. from colon...
Contemporary Women Writers
Dist Learning-Web, Lecture Cross-listed as ENGL 248. This course is designed for students in all disciplines and examines women’s writings from the last t...
Women & Gender Studies-Independent Study
Ind Study This is an advanced course of study enabling the student to conduct in-depth research on an aspect of interest in the field of Wom...