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Monday - Thursday
7:00am to 7:00pm
Friday 7:00am to 5:00pm
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Office BGS 300
Margot Lovett, Ph.D.
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Student Learning Outcomes
WGS SLOS 2009-2010
Explain diversity and difference in women's experiences due to race, ethnicity, and class.
Identify ways in which gender is a social construct.
Analyze how women are represented in language and culture.
Compare and contrast women's experiences in the paid and unpaid labor force.
Identify the impact of sexuality and body image on women's lives.
Analyze the causes of violence against women.
Analyze personal skills, vocational interest and values; integrate these factors and relate them to possible educational and career choices.
Identify and utilize a variety of sources of occupational and career information.
Recognize personal attributes and educational information employing realistic decision-making strategies for personal and career goals.
Identify the components of the job search.
Upon completion of the class students will be able to identify resources for researching a possible career.