Queer and Sexuality Studies Minor
MINOR IN QUEER AND SEXUALITY STUDIES
The minor in Queer and Sexuality Studies trains students in the critical analysis of sexuality. It examines the rich history and cultural contributions of LGBTQIA people as well as the processes of normalization and pathologization that have structured sexual relations in different contexts. The aim of the minor is to prepare students to enter post-graduate study in queer studies and/or to enter the workforce well-trained in cultural sensitivity to the needs and issues of LGBTQIA populations.
Requirments for the minor in Queer and Sexuality Studies can be found in the USF Undergraduate Catalog.
Declare a minor in Queer and Sexuality Studies.
View information about WGS courses.
The Department of Women’s & Gender Studies Undergraduate Internship Program offers WGS majors and minors a supervised learning experience in a community setting.
For more information, read about WGS internships, or contact the undergraduate internship director, Dr. Milton Wendland.
Please speak with the WGS academic advisor, Brandon Kroll, if you need more information about the major, minor, or any WGS courses. His office is located on the second floor of Cooper Hall (CPR) in room 239. Email Brandon, or you can make an appointment through the online E-scheduler system!