The workplace is becoming increasingly diverse; a large number of workers are now women or members of minority groups. Employers seek candidates with sensitivity to diversity, and the Women's and Gender Studies Department provides such an education.
Graduates of Women's and Gender Studies are well prepared to work in healthcare, social service fields, business, government, non-profit organizations, as well as other areas. Many students go on to do graduate work in law, medicine, women's studies, political science, sociology, anthropology, comparative literature, English, and other fields.
Use the following links to explore careers in Women's and Gender Studies.
For more career information contact the National Women's Studies Association at www.nwsa.org