LGBTQ Studies, Certificate
The Certificate in LGBTQ Studies provides students with a flexible option for completing a concentration in LGBTQ issues, and for formally denoting on their transcript this area of expertise in their academic training.
Currently enrolled degree-seeking students in good standing in the university and University Special Students will be eligible to complete the certificate in LGBTQ Studies. Note: Courses cannot be counted in both the major and the certificate program.
For students pursuing the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Major and the LGBTQ Certificate as their first and second degree programs to meet graduation requirements, no course may be counted in both the major and the certificate.
|Students are required to take a minimum of 12 credits, including:|
|WGSS 206||Perspectives in LGBTQ Studies||3|
|WGSS 406||Queer Theories and Sexual Politics||3|
|The remaining 6 credits are to be selected from:||6|
|Topics in LGBTQ Studies|
|Gender, Sex, and Science in European History|
|Psychology of Women|
|Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Advanced Travel Seminar|
and Women and Communication (only when offered as "LGBTQA Studies San Francisco Travel Seminar” )
|Sociology of Sexualities|
Special topics, internships, and umbrella courses with a focus on LGBTQ and/or sexualities issues may be applied to the certificate with approval of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program Director.
NOTE: Though there are no prerequisites for the Certificate in LGBTQ Studies, there may be prerequisites for some of the courses that are a part of the Certificate.
For advising, contact the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program.