Our undergraduate program offers a major (BA) and a certificate.
Undergraduate students acquire a thorough background in contemporary interdisciplinary scholarship in feminist and gender studies. A large variety of engaging courses prepare students for a wide range of job and career opportunities by providing rigorous training in a number of crucial skills that are marketable in the real world, such as critical and analytical thinking, and writing and communication.
Undergraduate Student Learning Objectives
- Demonstrated ability to engage in critical and interdisciplinary thinking, analysis, and problem-solving through effective written and oral communication.
- Evidence of ability to integrate key concepts in Women's Studies, including the social construction of gender; intersectionalities among gender, sexuality, race, class and other vectors of power and identity; social stratification; and how these issues manifest in a Pacific-Asia context in written and oral work.
- Demonstrated ability to connect the classroom with real-world feminist issues through active engagement in citizenship and civic participation.