Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, B.A., B.S.
The study of women, gender, and sexuality provides an interdisciplinary program grounded in the liberal arts, a culminating academic experience that links the insights of separate courses, and opportunities to apply theory to meaningful research or in internships, fieldwork, and service learning.
Students who major in women, gender, and sexuality studies may choose a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree. A major requires completion of at least 30 credits.
A minor is also available. Students who minor in WGS complete 21 credits. Visit gvsu.edu/wgs for more information.
Why Study Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Grand Valley?
- Explore the study of feminism, activism, and gender and its global impact.
- Prepare for careers in leadership, social services, and politics.
- Develop a commitment to community through internships, service learning, and volunteering.
- Actively engage in individual and collaborative research projects with impact on culture and society.
- Make an immediate impact on your community through the Gayle R. Davis Center for Women and Gender Equity, Milton E. Ford LGBT Resource Center, and Office of Multicultural Affairs.