So I haven’t officially declared myself as a Women’s and Gender Studies minor yet. I still have to meet with the department chair and register. I am going to do it, but I’m just really busy with the end of the semester.
I can register for my spring classes starting tomorrow.
If I take 4 PoliSci classes, then all I have to take my senior year for my degree is my senior seminar.
If I take 3 PoliSci and one WGS, I have to take my senior seminar and another PoliSci elective.
Here’s my dilemma. The PoliSci course offerings this spring aren’t that exciting. There’s three I’m interested in, and one that I’d take just because it fits into my schedule.
There’s a WGS course offered at the same time that’s much more interesting to me.
Public Opinion and Voting, which in theory sounds okay except it’s still math, or Men and Masculinities, which talks about the role masculinity has played in literature and gender roles and all that jazz.
What do I take? Public Opinion, which is less interesting but that would complete almost all of my PoliSci requirements, or Men and Masculinities, which will count towards my minor once I register for it, but will force me to take another PoliSci class my senior year?
Wow. Okay. That was a lot.
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