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Women's Studies

About the Program

Women's Studies offers perspectives on gender and its intersections with race, sexuality, class, nationality, religion, age and power.

You'll take courses in a variety of disciplines such as sociology, history, art and psychology to understand how gender and sexuality impact and are impacted by our society. 

What can you do with a degree in women's studies?

  • Advocate
  • Community organizer
  • Government worker
  • Journalist
  • Psychologist 
  • Sociologist 
  • Teacher

Degree & Program Types


Associate in Arts Degree

  • Women's Studies

For program requirements and full course listings, view degrees and certificates information.



See course catalog for detailed descriptions.

See schedule of classes for courses offered this and upcoming term.

WMN 5 Introduction to Women's Studies (4 units)
WMN 11 Women in Global Perspective (4 units)
WMN 21 Psychology of Women: Sex & Gender Differences (4 units)

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Women's Studies Department


Division Office Contacts

Natasha Mancuso, Interim Division Dean
If you have questions for the division dean, please contact the Student & Faculty Support Center.
Business & Social Sciences Division


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