Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies majors are great students with strong academic abilities. The top three things that attract students to our major include intellectual curiosity, preparation for graduate and professional school and solid preparation for a fulfilling career.
Our courses satisfy a majority of CLE requirements, helping you to finish your degree in a timely fashion.
Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies is great for incorporating into a Bachelor of Individualized Studies (BIS) or Individually Designed Interdepartmental Major (IDIM). To find out how to include Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies courses in your major, schedule an appointment with the Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies adviser by calling 612-624-6809 or email email@example.com.
The Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies Department at the University of Minnesota is committed to an inclusive study of gender and sexuality, informed by differences such as class, ethnicity, citizenship, disability, race and age. We have several intellectual goals for students:
Many of our faculty have been recognized for their excellence in research and teaching. Their awards include:
In the Sexual and Domestic Violence Against Women course you will explore the consequences of sexual violence and become familiar with campus and community resources. Students develop crisis intervention and peer education skills and become eligible to work as advocates for the University of Minnesota Aurora Center. This course meets the Minnesota Department of Corrections Guidelines for advocacy certification. Call 612-624-6809.