Gender and Women's Studies
Gender & Women¿s Studies classes feature interactive and applied learning. Students participate in a dynamic feminist community, often becoming leaders in campus/community initiatives and organizations. GWS offers supportive mentoring from feminist faculty/staff and dynamic learning both in and out of the classroom (including optional internships). In this program, students learn to empower themselves and each other toward liberatory social justice.
Gender & Women¿s Studies programs greatly enhance a variety of career paths, including social work, psychology, public health, education, journalism, public relations, international relations, global studies, communication studies, the arts, and business.
Free Form Requisites
15 credits: Courses by approval of GWS advisor from the list of approved electives on the program website. Up to four credits of course may be counted toward the major.
Students fulfill the University's Upper Division Writing Requirement by successfully completing course.
BA Gender & Women's Studies majors must complete a second major or a minor program of study.
Student should meet with a GWS advisor as soon as possible.
See program website for additional information.