An Untapped Perspective
The minor in Gender and Women’s Studies is an opportunity to study the full range of human experience from the perspectives of those whose participation has traditionally been distorted, omitted, neglected, or denied.
What Is Gender & Women’s Studies?
Gender & Women’s Studies promotes understanding of the intersections, practice, and effects of class, ethnicity, gender, nationality, race, religion and sex. This understanding is imperative for learning to live in a modern, multicultural, diversified society.
This program prepares students to manage, nurture and shape society, through critical understanding, leadership and responsible action.
Why Study Gender & Women’s Studies At CBU?
Acquire the knowledge to lead our generation toward a better, more inclusive, future.
- Graduates will have the knowledge, self-awareness, critical thinking skills, research training, writing skills and breadth of perspective.
- This program examines important areas where the workforce needs clarity and leadership, including alternative institutional arrangement, how to effectively work within a diverse workplace, and the ever-evolving balance of work and family responsibilities.
- Graduates will have the tools that public service organizations, the media, private industry, government and graduate schools want and need.