Cascade Hall (CH)
Social Science Building (SS), Room 215
Rock Creek Campus
Building 3, Room 201
Women’s Studies introduces the past and present achievements and experiences of women from an interdisciplinary and global perspective. The courses explore the decisive role that gender has played and continues to play in human societies and contributes to an understanding of women’s lives. Knowledge derived from women’s studies courses will enable people to analyze current problems that women face in the areas of employment, the family, domestic violence, health and the legal system. Since women comprise more than half of the world’s population, an understanding of their experiences, history, needs and abilities is an asset to students considering careers in such fields as education, social service, government, business, law, the ministry, journalism, health occupations and childcare.
Women’s Studies courses require college-level reading and writing skills.
All women’s studies courses meet Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree (AAOT) requirements. WS 101 may be taken for either arts and letters credit, or social science credit.
The Women’s Studies Focus Award at PCC prepares students for entry into Women’s Studies Programs at the bachelor’s degree level. In Oregon these programs can be found at Portland State University, University of Oregon, Oregon State University, and Lewis & Clark College.
Students must complete 12 credits of Women’s Studies courses to receive a focus award. Students who have completed the requirements for the Award should apply at http://www.pcc.edu/programs/womens-studies/womens-studies-focus-award.html. For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
|WS 101||Women's Studies||4|
Plus an additional 8 credits of Women's Studies courses selected for the courses listed below.
|AD 103||Women and Addiction||3|
|ART 210||Women in Art||4|
|COMM 237||Gender and Communication||4|
|EC 216||Labor Markets: Economics of Gender, Race, and Work||4|
|ENG 222||Images of Women in Literature||4|
|ENG 260||Introduction to Women Writers||4|
|HE 212||Women's Health||4|
|HST 204||History of Women in the U.S.: Pre-colonial to 1877||4|
|HST 205||History of Women in the U.S.: 1877 to Present||4|
|HST 225||History of Women, Sex, and the Family||4|
|PSY 231||Human Sexuality||4|
|PSY 232||Human Sexuality||4|
|SOC 218||Sociology of Gender||4|
|SPA 271A||Readings in Spanish Literature (Women Writers)||3|
|WS 201||Intercultural Women's Studies||4|
|WS 202||Women, Activism and Social Change||4|