Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Major
Advocate. Collaborate. Liberate. Social justice for social change.
Students committed to understanding intersectional inequities in our diverse world, who want to develop their collaborative and leadership skills, and those interested in social justice will find their learning home in GSWS.
While completing a BA/BS in GSWS, students have the flexibility to specialize in particular areas of study and take courses across a variety of fields, including Art History, Communication, Economics, English, Native American Studies, Philosophy, Psychology, and Sociology & Anthropology. All students come out with a core set of collaborative, leadership, and social change skills.
Capstone and Degree Integration
GSWS majors complete a year-long capstone that broadens and deepens their leadership, communication, activist, and research skills. Students develop a project and portfolio tailored to their post-graduation goals in consultation with GSWS faculty, successfully setting them up for the next stage of their careers or graduate school.
Become a Professional
Career opportunities for a GSWS degree are diverse and can include: