A minor in women’s and gender studies adds depth and perspective that enhances any program of study. Students hoping to pursue careers in health care, business or education will become better health care workers, managers and teachers with a deeper understanding of how gender influences organizations and people.
Study key topics including diversity and equality, gender and sexuality, culture and representation, politics, activism, and social justice.
Learn to analyze issues from multiple perspectives, think critically and ask questions, apply knowledge and solve problems, develop leadership skills and collaborate with others.
Develop in-demand career skills including time management, project management, communication, critical analysis, independent work, flexibility.
Note: other courses may count toward the minor at the discretion of the WGST Department Chair.
Dr. Jennifer Musial, Associate Professor and Chairperson