Utilize critical thinking, writing, and speaking skills, as well as information literacy
Define and utilize key concepts, terminology, and theoretical frameworks central to the interdisciplinary field of Gender Studies
Analyze complex interconnections of gender, race, class, sexuality, ability, and other categories of power and identity in various spheres of human endeavor ranging from the sociopolitical to the aesthetic
Demonstrate an openness to learning about people, cultures, and societies different from themselves and their own worlds
Understand and analyze forces shaping individual experiences as well as social structure and institutions such as the family, workplace, and media
Situate themselves among various strands of feminist thought and envision themselves as participants in a multidisciplinary dialogue with activists, artists, and academics regarding social, political, and cultural issues of gender and sexuality
Apply central concepts and theories from Gender Studies to their own life experiences and the world around them
Gender Studies is located in Miller Center on the Undergraduate Campus.