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Women's & Gender Studies Minor

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Study of Women, Gender and Sexuality
  • Intern

    Work as Intern in the Gender Studies & Research Center, Collaborate With Campus & Community Partners, & be a Member of Our Student Ambassador Program

  • Access

    Graduates Have Lifetime Access to Our Alumni Network

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    Among Public National Universities, U.S. News & World Report

WGS minors have careers in:

Knowledge of women's and gender issues is valuable in non-profit work and community advocacy.

Alumni have careers as K-12 teachers and college/university professors.

The program is good preparation for studying law.

Graduates use their skills and knowledge to address women’s and gender studies issues in the workplace.

The practical skills and knowledge the program imparts are valued in marketing and advertising.

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Learn To

Understand and effectively articulate the roles gender plays in different cultural contexts

Analyze women's participation in, contribution to, and transformation of areas of social life including culture, society, politics, economy and religion

Develop strategies for reducing prejudice and stereotyping of women and minorities

Take part in internship and scholarship opportunities

The minor was absolutely worth it! There are so many things that you will not be taught in a general curriculum, not to mention the amount of self-awareness and societal awareness you will gain.
WGS Alum
Women’s and Gender Studies Minor Program Overview

Contact Us

Donna Carlton, Administrative Assistant

Our Staff:

Dr. Dana Stachowiak, GSRC Director
Dr. Julie Krueger, Lecturer