WGSS Programs and Courses

WGSS Program and Course Information

WGSS Courses by Semester

Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies program course lists for each semester. Listed are the WGSS required undergraduate courses that are offered for the semester and the affiliated elective courses that can count towards the WGSS Major, Minor or Graduate Certificate requirements. Please contact the WGSS director with advising appointments or questions.

Please note that the list is subject to change and that the most up-to-date information can be found in Cyberbear.

Undergraduate Courses

WGSS Required Courses

  • WGSS 263S Women, Men, and Sexuality, CRN 34054; Distance Learning (Online) Beth Hubble
  • WGSS 363 Feminist Theory and Methods, CRN 31811; TR 12:30 -1:50 LA 138 Beth Hubble
  • WGSS 463 Capstone, CRN 32041; R 2:00-3:50 LA 138 Beth Hubble

Humanities Electives

  • COMX 380, Gender & Communication; CRN 31421; MWF 12:00-12:50 p.m.; Room TBD Sara Hayden
  • HSTA/AAS 343, African American History Since 1865; CRN 34882 MWF 1:00-1:50 Room LA 202 Tobin Shearer
  • HSTA/AAS 347, African American Religious Experience; CRN 34994 MWF 2:00-2:50 Room TBD Tobin Shearer
  • LSH 326 Stories East and West, CRN 3.4915TR 12:30 - 1:50, Room: TBD Ruth Vanita
  • LIT 379L Gender and Sexuality in English Fiction; CRN 34793; TR 11:00-12:20 Room: TBD Casey Charles
  • LIT 391 20th Century American Women Writers; CRN 34792; MWF 12:00-12:50 Room: TBD Prof: TBD
  • NASX 235X Oral/Written Traditions of Native American, CRN 31972; MW 3:00-4:20 NAC 009 Kathryn Shanley
  • NASX 231X Indigenous World View Perspectives, CRN 34260; T 2:00-4:50 NAC 201S. Neyooxet Greymorning
  • NASX 303E Ecological Perspective of Native American Traditions, CRN 30280; TR 9: 30-10:50Richmond Clow
  • NASX 303E Ecological Perspective of Native American Traditions Honors, CRN 33618; TR 12:30-1:50 Richmond Clow
  • NASX 304E Native American Beliefs and Philosophy, CRN 34351; MWF 11:00-11:50 NAC 011 Theodore Van Alst
  • WGSS 491 ST: Medieval and Early Modern Women Authors CRN 34722; TR 9:30-10:50, LA 138 Beth Hubble

Social Science Electives

  • ANTY 326E Indigenous Peoples and Global Development, CRN 34589; M 2:00-4:50 NAC103 S. Neyooxet Greymorning
  • ANTY 330X Peoples and Cultures of the World, CRN 33803; MWF 9:00-9:50 NAC 011 Gregory Campbell
  • ANTY 427 Anthropology of Gender, CRN 32738; Distance Learning Richard Sattler
  • COUN 242S Intimate Relationships; CRN 34305; T 11:00-12:20 & TR 9:30-10:50 ED 123
  • NASX 231X Indigenous World View Perspectives, CRN 34260; T 2:00-4:50 NAC 201S. Neyooxet Greymorning
  • NASX 303E Ecological Perspective of Native American Traditions, CRN 30280; TR 9:30-10:50 Richmond Clow
  • NASX 303E Ecological Perspective of Native American Traditions Honors, CRN 33618; TR l i :30 -1: 50 Richmond Clow
  • NASX 304E Native American Beliefs and Philosophy, CRN 34351; MWF 11:00-11:50 NAC 011 Theodore Van Alst
  • PSYX 348, Psychology of Family Violence, CRN 34893; TR 11:00-12:20 Room: TBD Christine Fiore
  • SOCI 275S Gender and Society, CRN 33101; MWF 11:00-11:50 Room JRH 202 Dustin Satterfield
  • SOCI 325 Social Stratification, CRN 31677; TR 11:00-12:30 Room JRH 204 Rayna Sage
  • SOCI 332 Sociology of the Family; CRN 32944 MWF 9:00-9:50 JRH 202 Rayna Sage
  • SOCI 355 Population and Society; CRN 32943 MWF 2:00-2:50 Room FA 102 Teresa Sobieszczyk
  • SOCI 441 Capstone: Inequality and Social Justice; CRN 31680 TR 12:30-1:50 Kathy Kuipers

*Also offered winter session

Graduate Courses

  • ANTY 427 Anthropology of Gender, CRN 32738; Distance Learning Richard Sattler
  • COMX 595, ST: Gender & Communication; CRN 34625; MW 2:00 - 3:20 p.m.; Room LA 304 Sara Hayden
  • COUN 575 Multicultural Counseling, CRN 34898; M 11-1:50 TBD Kirsten Murray
  • PSYX 631, Clinical Applications: LGBT Issues, CRN 33991; TR 9:30 -11:50 Room TBD Bryan Cochran
  • SOCI 441 Capstone: Inequality and Social Justice; CRN 31680 TR 12:30-1:50 Kathy Kuipers
  • WGSS 491 ST: Medieval and Early Modern Women Authors CRN 34722; TR 9:30-10:50 LA 138 Beth Hubble

 

Please note: Students may also sign up for independent study and cooperative education (internships) (WGSS 396, WGSS 398, WGSS 496, WGSS 596, and WGSS 598) for undergraduate and graduate credit. Contact Beth  Hubble  at elizabeth.hubble@umontana.edu, or in LA 138A for more information.

Undergraduate Courses

WGSS Required Courses

  • WGSS 163L: Historical and Literary Perspectives on Women, CRN 73755; TR 9:30-10:50am, LA138 Beth Hubble
  • WGSS 263S.01: Women, Men, and Sexuality, CRN 71680; TR 12:30-1:50pm, EDU 312 Beth Hubble
  • WGSS 263S.02: Women, Men, and Sexuality, Second Section TBD

Humanities Electives

  • AAS 141HX: Black: Africa to Hip-Hop, CRN 74025; TR 9:30-10:50am, JRH 202 Tobin Shearer
  • COMX 380: Gender and Communication, CRN 74365; MWF 11:00AM-11:50am, Room Sara Hayden 
  • HSTA 370H: Women in America from the Colonial Era to the Civil War, CRN (TBD), TR 12:30 to 2:00,  LA 138 Anya Jabour
  • HSTA 417: Prayer and Civil Rights, CRN 74409; TR 12:30-1:50pm, TBD Tobin Shearer
  • LIT 430: Study Comparative Literature: Three Woman Poetry, CRN 74603; TR 2:00PM-3:20PM, TBD Robert Baker
  • LSH 328L: Gender and Sexuality in Indian Cinema, CRN (TBD); TR 9.40-10.50am, TBD Ruth Vanita
  • NASX 235X: Oral/Written Traditions Native Americans, CRN 73616; TR 9:30AM-10:50AM, NAC 011 Theodore Van Alst 
  • NASX 303E.01: Ecological Perspectives in Native American Tradition, CRN 70575; TR 1:00PM-2:20PM, NAC 201 Richmond Clow
  • NASX 303E.02: Ecological Perspectives in Native American Tradition, CRN 70325; TR 9:30AM-10:50AM, NAC 201 Rich Clow
  • NASX 304E.01: Native American Beliefs/Philosophies, CRN 73045; MW 3:30PM-4:50PM, NAC 103 David Beck
  • NASX 304E.02: Native American Beliefs/Philosophies, CRN 72617; TBD, NAC 103 Kathryn Shanley
  • NASX 306X: Contemporary Global Issues Indigenous People, CRN 73468;T 2:00PM-4:50PM, TBD S. Neyooxet Greymorning

Social Science Electives

  • ANTY 330X: People & Culture World: People NW Coast, CRN 72447; Online Richard Sattler
  • ANTY 349: Social Change in Non- Western Societies, CRN 74340; TR 11:00AM-12:20PM, TBD Kimber McKay
  • COUN 242S.01: Intimate Relationships, CRN 73579; T 11:00AM-12:20PM,R 11:00AM-11:50AM, ED 123 Kathryn Scott
  • COUN 242S.02: Intimate Relationships, CRN 73580; T 9:30AM-10:50AM, R 9:30AM-10:20AM, ED 123 Collin Fehr
  • COUN 485: Counseling Theories in Context, CRN 71299; M 4:00-6:50, GBB 106 John Sommers-Flanagan
  • ENST 489: Environmental Justice Issues and Solutions, CRN 72609; TR 3:30PM-4:50PM, NAC 105 Robin Saha
  • PSYX 348: Psychology of Family Violence, CRN 71974;TR 11:00AM-12:20PM, TBD Cristine Fiore
  • SOCI 332: Sociology of the Family, CRN 74473; MWF 1:00PM-1:50PM, TBD Rayna Sage 
  • SW 491: ST: Leadership, Faith, and Social Action, CRN 74122; W 6:00PM-7:50PM, TBD John Lund
  • WGSS 391: ST: LGBTQ, CRN 73756; MW 9:30-10:50am, LA 304 Hillary Gleason

Graduate Courses

  • COUN 485: Counseling Theories in Context, CRN 71299; M 4:00-6:50, GBB 106 John Sommers-Flanagan
  • ENST 594: Environmental Justice Issues and Solutions, CRN (TBD), TR 3:30PM-4:50PM, NAC 105   Robin Saha
  • HSTA 570: U.S. Women's History, CRN 74410; T 2:00PM-4:50PM, TBD Anya Jabour
  • SOCI 441: Capstone: Inequality and Social Justice, CRN 35609;MW 1:00-2:20pm, SS 330 Kathy Kuipers 
  • SW 491: ST: Leadership, Faith, and Social Action, CRN 74122; W 6:00-7:50pm, TBD John Lund

Please note: Students may also sign up for independent study and cooperative education (internships) for undergraduate and graduate credit. Contact Beth Hubble at elizabeth.hubble@umontana.edu

(WGSS 392,398,492,596,598). Courses are subject to change.