Effective Fall 2019
All courses in the minor in Social Class and Inequality Studies must be completed with a C- or above
Foundational Course: WGS (WOMENSTD) / SOC 216 — Thinking Class: Inequality in Media, Bodies, Environment, and More or SOC 242 — The Experience of Social Class in College and the Community
Of the total 15 credits, at least six credits must be taken in Women's and Gender Studies.
Electives: Four electives (12 credits) from a list of approved courses. At least two courses must be at the 300 level or above, with at least one at the 400 level.
Courses in Women's Studies
- WGS (WOMENSTD) / SOC 216: Thinking Class: Inequality in Media, Bodies, Environment, and More
- WGS (WOMENSTD) / NURS 220: Perspectives in Women's Health
- WGS 250 (WOMENSTD 250): Race, Gender and Nation
- WGS (WOMENSTD) / PSYCH 297: Promoting Equity and Inclusion in the Academy and the Workplace
- WGS (WOMENSTD) / PSYCH 309: Psychology of Social Change: Gender and Global Feminism
- WGS (WOMENSTD) / ENGLISH 314: Gender and Sexuality Studies in Literature, section titled "Narratives of Girlhood"
- WGS (WOMENSTD) / ENGLISH 315: Women and Literature, section titled, "Working-Class Women's Literature"
- WGS 319 (WOMENSTD 319): Race, Class, and Women's Reproductive Health
- WGS 331 (WOMENSTD 331): Feminist Theoretical Perspectives in Gender and Health
- WGS 335 (WOMENSTD 335): Gender and Globalization
- WGS (WOMENSTD) / AAS / HISTORY 337: Black Women in the U.S., Part II: Contemporary Perspective in the 20th and 21st Centuries
- WGS (WOMENSTD) / AAS 365: Global Perspectives on Gender, Health, and Reproduction
- WGS 374 (WOMENSTD 374): Race, Gender and Incarceration
- WGS (WOMENSTD) / PSYCH 394: Sex, Sexuality and Public Policy
- WGS 410 (WOMENSTD 410): Reproductive Justice: Legal and Ethical Issues
- WGS (WOMENSTD) / AMCULT 411: Rednecks, Queers, and Country Music
- WGS 417 (WOMENSTD 417): Race, Gender, & Mental Health in the 19th Century
- WGS (WOMENSTD) / ANTHRO 428: Sex Panics in the UK and the US
- WGS (WOMENSTD) / ANTHRO 446: Sex and the City: Urban Geography and Sexual Locations
- WGS 443 (WOMENSTD 443): Pedagogy of Empowerment: Activism in Race, Gender, and Health
Courses in Other Departments
- AAS 347 / HISTORY 329 / RCSSCI 343 / SOC 335: Urban Inequality in America
- AAS 453: Culture, Class, and Conflict in Southern Africa
- ALA / PSYCH / SOC 218: Foundations of Intergroup Relations
- AMCULT / HISTORY 440: American Thought and Culture Since 1940
- AMCULT / SOC 221: Social Inequality
- ASIAN 383: Wealth and Poverty in Korea: What it means to be rich (or not) in Korea
- ECON 325: Economics of Education
- ECON 320: Survey of Labor Economics
- ENGLISH 290: Themes in Language and Literature, section titled: "Working Class Literature"
- ENGLISH 317: Literature and Culture, section titled: "Rust Belt Literature" or "Inside-Out Prison Exchange"
- ENGLISH 384: Caribbean Literature, section titled "Caribbean Women Writers"
- ENGLISH 390: Literature and Culture, section titled "The Theory Mess"
- ENGLISH 450: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature, section titled: "Medieval Rebels"
- ENVIRON 222 - Introduction to Environmental Justice
- HISTORY 282: A History of the Economy
- HISTORY 445: Topics in History, sections titled: "Capitalism and Socialism" or "What is Capitalism?"
- MEMS 220: Knights, Peasants, and Bandits
- ORGSTUDY 495: Special Topics in Organizational Studies, section titled: "Organizations and Inequality: Race, Class, and Gender in Education"
- POLSCI 332: The Politics of America's Economic Inequality
- RCSSCI 360: Social Science Junior Seminar, section titled "Labor Movements, Inequality and Democracy"
- RCSSCI 365: Excellence, Equity, and the Politics of Education
- SOC 233: Social Problems
- SOC 242: The Experience of Social Class in College and the Community
- SOC 305: Sociological Theory
- SOC 315: Economic Sociology
- SOC 495: Topics in Sociology, section titled: "Inequality in Education"
- SOC 503: The Sociology of Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration
- SOC 595 - Topics in Sociology, sections titled: "Social Stratification" or "Stable and Integrated Housing for America's Working Poor"
At least 10 credits in the minor must be elected in-residence: : Courses elected on the Ann Arbor campus or at off-campus sites directed by Ann Arbor faculty. This includes STDABRD, Camp Davis, Biological Station, Michigan-in-Washington.