Academic Catalogs

Gender Studies (GNDR)

GNDR A1003 Units (54 lecture hours)  
Introduction to Gender Studies  

Grading Mode: Standard Letter

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.

An interdisciplinary approach to understanding the role of gender in influencing experiences in society. Focus is on the role of gender in all levels of society and in all social institutions, including family, business, education, health, and religion. The perspective will be both historical and cross-cultural. C-ID: SOCI 140.

Catalog Program Pages Referencing GNDR A100

    GNDR A1303 Units (54 lecture hours)  
    Women, Politics, and Inequality  

    Grading Mode: Standard Letter

    Transfer Credit: CSU, UC.

    Perspectives on women and their participation in resisting and reproducing inequality in national and international contexts. Examines the gendered character of societal institutions and politics from the bedroom to the boardroom by focusing on gender, race, ethnicity, class, and sexuality in education, work, politics, the household, and activism.

    Catalog Program Pages Referencing GNDR A130

      GNDR A1653 Units (54 lecture hours)  
      Men, Women, and Communication  

      Grading Mode: Standard Letter

      Transfer Credit: CSU.

      Major issues will be addressed regarding communication behaviors and communication conflicts between men and women of all gender orientations. Study will focus on problem analysis specific to gender self-awareness, gender conflict and how gender is communicated and constructed in our daily lives. Same as CMST A165. Students completing GNDR A165 may not receive credit for CMST A165.

      Catalog Program Pages Referencing GNDR A165

        GNDR A1873 Units (54 lecture hours)  
        Women in History  

        Grading Mode: Standard Letter

        Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.

        Provides a broad overview of the experiences of women in the history of the world from hunter-gatherer societies to the present. It examines how women’s political, economic, social, and cultural experiences have been shaped by gender and affected by place, time, class, and race. Same as HIST A187. Students receiving credit for GNDR A187 may not receive credit for HIST A187.

        Catalog Program Pages Referencing GNDR A187