This certificate provides students a unique background on women, sex and gender. The interdisciplinary curriculum provides students the opportunity to study women and gender in such areas as Psychology, Sociology, Literature, and History. The study of women’s, gender, and sexuality studies develops a student’s critical thinking, research, and analysis by exploring divergent viewpoints. Students also develop oral/written communication, presentation and problem solving skills and learn to appreciate a pluralistic world. By learning about the biases often found in society’s most powerful institutions, women’s and gender studies prepares students to work in advocacy or social services-related positions, community development, business, and government.
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Dr. Valerie McGowan-Doyle