Students should be sure to meet with their advisor in the first few weeks of the semester to discuss your courses and degree program.
Office hours are posted in Humanities 315, and on the department website under faculty.
Deborah Cohler, PhD, Graduate Coordinator
Undergraduate Majors and Minors
Julietta Hua, PhD (email@example.com)
Last names A – D
Last names E - M (Majors)
Kasturi Ray, PhD (Kasturi@sfsu.edu)
Last names M (Minors) - Z
Students wishing to declare Women and Gender Studies as their major or minor should make an appointment with one of the undergraduate advisers. Before meeting with an adviser make sure to fill out page one of an advising form. Bring your unofficial transcripts and/or Academic Progress report, both available through your Student Center, to your first meeting.
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Complementary Studies Requirement for Majors
New requirement as of Fall 2014: Complementary Studies
"Bachelor of Arts students must complete at least twelve units of Complementary Studies outside of the primary prefix for the major. Students who complete two majors or a major and a minor automatically complete the Complementary Studies requirement. Details about Complementary Studies can be found in the Bulletin description for each B.A. degree. Students who have earned AA-T or AS-T degrees and are pursuing a similar B.A. degree at SF State are required to fulfill the Complementary Studies requirement as defined by the major department. These students should consult with a major advisor about how transfer units and/or SF State units can best be applied to this requirement in order to ensure degree completion within 60 units." http://bulletin.sfsu.edu/undergraduate-education/complementary-studies/
WGS students in the past have used the complementary studies requirement as a way to acquire a minor as well. Some popular minors with our students have been, but are not limited to, Ethnic Studies, BECA, Communications, and Comparative Literature. (http://bulletin.sfsu.edu/programs/)
It is important to note that some minor programs allow students to double count WGS courses. Please make sure you check with your minor department.
Advising Resource Center
The College of Liberal & Creative Arts established the student Advising Resource Center (ARC) to provide multiple support services to students. You can receive information regarding requirements for your degree, petitions, financial aid, tutoring, student clubs, events, careers and much more.