Study women, gender, sexuality and diversity in an established, interdisciplinary program. Earn a stand-alone graduate certificate credential, or combine it with an advanced degree.
Students who are interested in feminism, LGBTQ studies, social justice, health and reproductive politics gain knowledge through a faculty researching the ways inequalities shape decisions and experiences. Explore opportunities for interdisciplinary scholarship, professional development and community involvement.
Make an Impact
Broaden your understanding of diversity, equity, inclusion, social justice, women's well-being and health.
Customize courses from around the university to complement your professional interests and goals.
Grow Your Network
Earn a credential while expanding your network to include scholarly and activist communities nationwide.
Take advantage of teaching and research assistantships available for qualified applicants from any discipline.
What You’ll Study
Complete 18 credit hours in required and elective graduate courses. Apply feminist theory and methods in scholarly and community work. Examine the intersections of gender, race, class and additional categories of social difference. Engage with the profession locally and in the larger community. Teaching and research assistantships are available.
Gain the professional and personal intelligence it takes to have a successful career.
Promoting or defending a cause or issue often using awareness, education and policy change
Learning about and respecting diverse cultures and beliefs
Gathering and analyzing information for decision-making or problem-solving purposes
Inspiring and guiding others to achieve common goals and reach their full potential
Understanding cultural variation and adapting behaviors and communication styles accordingly
Analyzing and evaluating information to make informed decisions or judgments
Using your degree
Make your college experience the foundation for a successful future.
- Community Organizer
- Social Worker
- Public Health