Campus Masters of Women's Studies Programs
The MA in Women, Gender, Spirituality, and Social Justice (WGS) is a transdisciplinary program that prepares graduates to be change-makers who are guided by a sense of meaning, purpose, and vision.
The MA Women, Gender & Society provides students with an opportunity to develop their critical understanding of contemporary society and bring their knowledge and understanding of policy making and social change to a new depth.
The Women's Studies Center at Florida Atlantic University offers a Master of Arts degree, with a wide variety of courses taught by its four faculty me...
The Master of Arts (M.A.
OSU offers primary and secondary areas of women's studies in the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies degree program.
This course is offered in collaboration with the Women's Library, housed in a new building on the London City campus.
The Graduate School of The Australian National University is a cosmopolitan academic community, attracting students from many countries and from all parts of Australia. Approximately 1200 graduate students are enrolled in research degrees (PhD or Master...
The Master of Science in Gender and Women's Studies is an internationally known program which attracts students from throughout the U.S. and abroad.
This program is co-operatively sponsored by Mount Saint Vincent University, Dalhousie University, and Saint Mary's University.
Murdoch University was founded as a research-based university in 1973, and is a rapidly growing university with over 9,000 students, 7% of whom are un...
The Master of Arts program offers students in a wide range of disciplines the opportunity to earn a master’s degree by writing a thesis and successfully completing a limited number of courses.
This course is designed to develop students' awareness of contemporary theories, social policies and practices which relate to women and culture.
The New College Women's Spirituality Master of Arts weekend program is the San Francisco-based, accredited advanced degree for women who find themselv...