Women’s Studies is the most recent instrument of consciousness raising.
Personal lives have been affected, and the role of the university in the society has changed. In the span of a decade or so, this new discipline has transformed the concepts and tools of social sciences and humanities. It is believed that long-term changes in society could be achieved through Women’s Studies programs and courses.
Women’s Studies brings together a wide range of disciplines, including Sociology, Psychology, Mass Media, History, Literature, Health and Law.
The Women Studies program creates new opportunities for students to understand the experiences of women and to connect these experiences to those of other groups, both locally and globally.
The Women's Studies Diploma (WSD) at BAU is a one-year program that falls into two semesters. The diploma consists of 24 credit hours, which upon successful completion, grants the candidate a BAU Diploma in Women's Studies.
|Course Code||Course Title||Credits||Hours Distribution||Course Type|
|WSDA111||PSYCHOLOGIES OF WOMEN||3||(3Cr.:3Lec)||MD|
|WSDA113||WOMEN AND HISTORY||3||(3Cr.:3Lec)||MD|
|WSDA110||SOCIOLOGY OF GENDER AND SEXUALITY||3||(3Cr.:3Lec)||MD|
|WSDA112||MASS MEDIA AND WOMEN||3||(3Cr.:3Lec)||MD|
|WSDA115||RESEARCH PROJECT||4||4 credits||MD|