The Women's Studies Specialization gives students the opportunity to engage in inter-disciplinary work focused on gender.
All students taking the Women's Studies Specialization must complete WOME 5101, Theories and Methods in Women's Studies. They are not required to complete SOCJ 5090 Social Justice Studies Methods course.
Students must choose supervisors from Social Justice Studies who are members of the Women's Studies Core Graduate Faculty.
For admission to the Women's Studies Specialization, students must write a 1-2 page statement of interest, submitted as part of their application, and complete the Women's Studies Application form.