Honours BA Women and Gender Studies in Combination with another Honours BA Program

The combined Honours Women and Gender Studies program consists of 20.0 credits, of which at least 14.0 must be at the senior level. The program includes a minimum of 7.0 credits in Women and Gender Studies as follows:

Required WS Courses:
WS100, WS303;
0.5 WS credit at the 300 level from: WS301, WS304, WS305, WS306, WS307, WS308, WS310, WS390;
1.0 credit in senior WS courses;
WS400 or WS490, or approved honours seminar from another program;
4.0 additional credits from WS core courses, or Women and Gender Studies Approved Courses below.

Degree Program Electives: An additional 13.0 credits toward the degree total of 20.0 credits, which includes the second honours BA major. 

Women and Gender Studies Approved Courses

AN326 - Culture as Performance
AN341 - Kinship, Marriage and Gender
AN343 - Culture and Society in Latin America
CS322 - Gender, Communication and Culture
EN225 - Contemporary Women’s Writing
EN324 - Gender & Sexuality in CanLit
FS346 - Gender in Film
GG273 - Geographies of Health and Disease
GG373 - Landscapes and Identities
GS231 - War, Culture and Conflict
GS325 - Religion, Culture and Society
HI271 - Survey of European Women's/Gender History
HI284 - The History of Sexuality in Western Civilization
HI301 - Gender in Ancient Greece Drama
HI372 - Sex, Class and Agency: U.S. Women’s History, 1607-1877
HI375 - Seeking Justice: The Family and Law in Canada, 1867-1969
HI390 - Family Law in Greece and Rome
ID207 - Gender and Indigenous Communities
MU274 - Women and Music
PP219 - Feminist Philosophy
PP249 - Philosophy and Gender
PO320 - Women, Gender and Politics
PS287 - Psychology of Gender
RE224 - Gendering the Divine
RE285 - Religion and Culture of the African Diaspora
RE372 - Women's Lives and Religious Values
RE374 - Religion and Sexuality
RE377 - Gender and Islam
RE380 - Religion and Social Change
SY201 - Sociology of Families
SY210 - Social Inequality
SY334 - Sociology of Gender
SY338 - Women and Development

Program Note

Refer to the University Regulations chapter for progression and course regulations and the earlier section regarding Regulations for All Honours Programs.