Master of Arts – Women’s and Gender Studies
Our Master of Arts program offers expertise in understanding the complexities of gender. Our students have an opportunity to work with dynamic faculty members who place social inequality struggles and strategies for change at the forefront of curriculum and research. Within a globalization, transnational and intersectional framework, students can explore issues relating to:
- social justice
- human rights
- popular culture and digital media
- sexuality and the body
The core learning objectives of our program include transnational feminist scholarship, critical research and thinking skills, interdisciplinary and grounded knowledge. We also offer a collaborative specialization in African Studies.
- Admission Requirements fact sheet
- The application process to graduate studies at Carleton for all prospective students is the same and must be completed online. For complete information regarding the application process please visit the Graduate Admissions website.
- Please contact Dr. Katharine Kelly, Director, if you have any questions
- Please consult the Graduate Studies website to determine whether you are eligible for funding
Kathleen Kuracina and Zoë Gross are both graduate students in the Master’s program in Women’s and Gender Studies at Carleton University
Graduate Courses and Descriptions