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G&FP Curriculum

The GFP curriculum is designed to provide students with a background in topics related to women and gender, sexuality, and gender in applied and organizational settings.

At the undergraduate level, courses include:

  • Psych/WGS 225: Psychology of Human Sexuality
  • Psych 291/WGS 291: Introduction to the Psychology of Women and Gender
  • Psych 394/WGS 394: Sex, Sexuality, & Public Policy
  • Psych 401/WGS 345: Special Topics in Gender in a Global Context: Psychology of Social Change: Gender and Global Feminisms
  • Psych 467/WGS 483: Sexual Harassment
  • Psych 494/WGS 494: Adolescent Sexuality 

At the graduate level, students complete the requirements of the joint Ph.D. in Psychology and WGS. However, students not in the joint program are welcome to enroll in GFP graduate courses when space permits, such as Psychology of Women, Gender and Diversity in Organizations, and Qualitative Methods.