There are currently two options for graduate work in women and gender studies.
Utilizing the liberal studies seminars and graduate-level Women and Gender Studies (WMS) courses, students can design a plan of study that concentrates on their areas of interest within women and gender studies.
Since WMS courses are cross-listed with their home departments, students have considerable flexibility in their course selection. Students may also focus attention on a particular aspect of women and gender studies through independent study at two levels (WMS 599 and WMS 699). Graduate WMS courses may also be taken, under advisement, as electives in other master's of arts programs.
For information and assistance, please contact the program director, Dr. Janie Hinds at (585) 395-5712.
Our interdisciplinary graduate certificate in Women and Gender Studies is an ideal addition to a students' education. This certificate requires 12 credits in graduate level coursework. For more information and assistance, please contact the program director, Barbara LeSavoy, (585) 395-5799