Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

BA Gender and Women's Studies

Four-Year Academic Map 2018-2019

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This is a sample academic plan for students entering on the 2018-2019 catalog. Students should meet with an academic advisor prior to registration to formulate their own plan. Please tap the button following each course to view course description and prerequisites or see the UH Hilo Catalog for more course information.

Year 1: Spring Semester

Course Credit
ENG 202 , ENG 257 or PHIL180 [Course Info Not Available] 3
DB: Biological Science or DP: Physical Science 3
DY: Science Laboratory 1
DS: Social Science II (Not WS) 3
FGA, FGB or FGC: Global Multicultural Perspectives II 3
Elective 3
Credits 16

Year 2: Fall Semester

Course Credit
WS 200 (GE GCC) 3
Theory Course 3
DA, DH or DL: Arts, Humanities, Literature II 3
GQR: Quantitative Reasoning 3
Elective 3
Credits 15

Year 2: Spring Semester

Course Credit
DB: Biological Science or DP: Physical Science 3
GL: Language Arts 3
BL 3: Elective 3
WI Elective 3
Upper Elective 3
Credits 15

Year 3: Fall Semester

Course Credit
Methods Course 3
BL 1: Diversity I 3
WI Upper Elective 3
Upper Elective 3
Upper Elective 3
Credits 15

Year 3: Spring Semester

Course Credit
BL 1: Diversity II 3
BL 2: Leadership, Social Change I 3
GE HPP 3
Upper Elective 3
Upper Elective 3
Credits 15

Year 4: Fall Semester

Course Credit
BL 2: Leadership, Social Change II 3
BL 3: Upper Elective 3
Upper Elective 3
Upper Elective 3
Elective 3
Credits 15

Year 4: Spring Semester

Course Credit
WS 495 3
BL 3: Upper Elective 3
WI Upper Elective 3
Upper Elective 3
Upper Elective 3
Credits 15

Notes

  1. No more than 6 credits of lower level courses.
  2. No more than 6 credits in a single discipline (exception for courses originating in GWS.)
  3. A student may not apply courses taken in the core towards courses in the electives.
  4. A student may not apply courses taken in the two tracks (Diversity/International Perspectives and Leadership and Social Change) towards courses in the electives.
  5. Students should consult with their advisors each semester as applicable courses (not listed in the catalog) are offered from time to time.