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Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2003

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    Women's Studies Courses

338-10000 Introduction to Women's Studies   LA

     Women's studies provides a critical perspective that examines the world and everything that happens within it from the viewpoints of women. It encourages new ways of seeing and thinking about our world and its people and institutions. Interdisciplinary introduction to the questions, findings, methods, and theories of women's studies scholarship. Examines how multiple forms of feminism shape the practice of women's studies and increasingly recognize differences among women. Examines feminism(s) as well as the diverse conditions of women's lives and experiences in the United States. Open to all interested students and is a requirement for the women's studies minor. 3 credits. (F or S,Y)

338-41000 Selected Topics: Women's Studies   LA

     Topics of current interest in women's studies using a women's studies approach to pedagogy. This feminist pedagogy includes: (1) an emphasis on critical thinking and analytical skills; (2) an emphasis on cooperation instead of competition and hierarchy in the classroom; and (3) the validation of personal experience and subjective knowledge in the learning process. Prerequisites: 338-10000; two courses from the women's studies minor list. 3 credits. (IRR)

338-42000 Independent Studies   LA

     Independent studies projects are arranged individually between student and instructor. A proposal for the topic and specific plans must be approved by the coordinator of the women's studies program and by the School of Humanities and Sciences dean's office. Prerequisites: 338-10000; two courses from the women's studies minor list; permission of instructor. 1-4 credits. (F-S,Y)

338-43000 Internship: Women's Studies   NLA

     Internships are arranged individually at the student's request with individual instructors and a sponsoring agency. A proposal for an internship must be approved by the coordinator of the women's studies program and by the School of Humanities and Sciences dean's office. Prerequisites: 338-10000; two courses from the women's studies minor list; permission of instructor. Variable credit. (F-S,Y)

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