The Women's Studies Minor is an interdisciplinary program that provides students with knowledge of women's roles and influence in contemporary society, as well as the impact of social institutions, systems, and philosophies or attitudes toward women. Cources offer practical preparation for careers in teaching, counseling, community relations, law, recreation, social work, and business. Students can select classes from history, literature, fine arts, legal administration, psychology, nursing, sociology, and communication arts. Women's Studies provides several activities in which students pursuing the minor can participate: leadership conferences, speaker's series, and Women's History Month presentations. This minor is available to all undergraduate students.