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Graduate Programs

Women's and Gender Studies offers a Master of Arts (MA) degree and a Graduate Certificate:

For general program advising, please contact Dr. Jackie Goodman, Graduate Coordinator, at 734.487.1177 or jgoodma9@emich.edu.

For MA students planning for their Thesis, Final Project or Practicum, please reference the Capstone Manual [PDF] and consult this directory of faculty areas of expertise.


Fall 2019 Courses

WGST 526: Topics in Gender and Philosophy (Privilege)

Monday, Wednesday, 2–3:15 p.m. (16001)

WGST 528: Technology, Gender and Pop Culture

Wednesday, 5:30–8:10 p.m. (16244)

WGST 550: Feminist Thought

Thursday, 5:30–8:10 p.m. (15586)

This course is required for the WGST Master of Arts program. It should be taken in one's first year.

WGST 560: Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

Tuesday, 5:30–8:10 p.m. (11722)

WGST 592: Mentoring Youth in Urban Spaces: Feminist Perspectives

Tuesday, 2–3 p.m., Thursday, 2–5 p.m. (15922)

WGST 608: Capstone Colloquium

Tuesday, 5:30–8:10 p.m. (11730)

This course is required for the WGST Master of Arts program. It should be taken following completion of WGST 540 (Feminist Methodology).

Additional options include complementary concentration courses offered by other departments (i.e., courses without a WGST prefix). MA students must take six hours of complementary concentration courses for their degree. Please consult with Dr. Jacqueline Goodman for advising on complementary concentration courses.

Please note that planned course offerings are subject to change prior to the start of the term.