Majors may satisfy the Senior Seminar requirement of the major by enrolling in the Research Seminar (WGS 31000) This course serves as a capstone course in which WGS majors apply feminist theory and methodology to develop an original research project resulting in a substantial paper.
In order to graduate with honors in Women and Gender Studies, a student must have a 3.5 GPA in the Women and Gender Studies major and a college-wide cumulative index of at least 3.0. Students should submit a 18-20 page paper written for any Women and Gender Studies 300 level class including but not limited to the Research Seminar (WGS 31000). The student must submit the paper by March 30 (for June graduation) and October 30 (for December graduation) to be considered for program honors. A faculty committee will read submitted papers and determine whether they merit honors.