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Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

A Community Committed to Social Justice and Equity for Marginalized Peoples
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    All Students in the Program Engage in an Internship or Final Project Working Collaboratively with a Partner on Campus or in Community

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    Graduates Have Lifetime Access to Our Alumni Network

Find your career 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

Expand intellectual horizons about women's issues and gender equity

Be a part of a community of scholars dedicated to the study of gender and its intersection with race, ethnicity, class and sexuality

Analyze and understand current women’s and gender studies scholarship

My courses were challenging, engaging, and helped me to think critically about the intersections of gender with other identities, such as race, sexuality, and class. I find myself using a lot of what I learned in my day-to-day meetings at work.
WGS Post-Bac Certificate Graduate ‘21
Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program Overview

Contact Us

Donna Carlton, Administrative Assistant

Our Staff:

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