Upon graduation, students majoring or minoring in Gender, Sexuality, and Intersectionality Studies will be able to:

  • Analyze course content and complete assignments using interdisciplinary techniques.
  • Demonstrate self-reflexivity about one’s ideas as well as one’s social and political position within systems of oppression and privilege in national and transnational contexts.
  • Describe the similarities and differences of a broad range of intersectional feminist and queer theories and practices in their specific historical and cultural contexts.
  • Collaborate with community partners in praxis-based work, using field-specific theories and methods to create and evaluate its conceptualization and outcomes.
  • Design and execute independent research, creative projects and/or community engaged projects
  • Reflect on and communicate the value of the major or minor towards academic and post-graduation goals.