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LMC 2200. Introduction to Gender Studies. 3 Credit Hours.

This course introduces the cultural concept of gender, examining topics such as biology and gender, social constructions of gender, and the psychology of sexual roles.

Bachelor of Science in Public Policy

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/public-policy-bs/

...4103 , LMC 2700 , LMC 2730 , LMC 3402 , LMC 3710 , LMC 6312 , ME 2016 , MGT 2200...

Bachelor of Science in Literature, Media, and Communication - Thread: Interaction Design & Science, Technology, Culture

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/literature-media-communication-thread-interaction-design-science-technology-culture/

The BS in Literature, Media, and Communication (formerly named Science, Technology, and Culture) is the oldest undergraduate degree program in the Ivan Allen College for the Liberal Arts at Georgia Tech. This program offers a thorough education in the different modes of representation that structure our increasingly technological and global world. Program graduates will have both significant theoretical and hands-on experience with novels, films, games, comic books, web pages, and scientific documents. By learning the modes of communication common to science, technology, and the humanities, LMC graduates are prepared to become leaders in education, business, and the arts.

Bachelor of Science in Economics

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/economics-bs/

...ME 2016 or MGT 2200 . 3 Minimum grade...two 1-hour courses: LMC 4701 (typically taken...

Bachelor of Science in Literature, Media, and Communication - Thread: Social Justice and Science, Technology, and Culture

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/literature-media-communication-thread-social-justice-science-technology-culture/

The BS in Literature, Media, and Communication (formerly named Science, Technology, and Culture) is the oldest undergraduate degree program in the Ivan Allen College for the Liberal Arts at Georgia Tech. This program offers a thorough education in the different modes of representation that structure our increasingly technological and global world. Program graduates will have both significant theoretical and hands-on experience with novels, films, games, comic books, web pages, and scientific documents. By learning the modes of communication common to science, technology, and the humanities, LMC graduates are prepared to become leaders in education, business, and the arts.