Carleton WGST Undergraduate Program
Our interdisciplinary program will encourage you to question accepted notions and interpretations of the roles of women and men in society, as well as analyze the multiple ways in which gender affects our local, national and global environment.
We have faculty members from various departments across the university and are engaged in researching diverse areas concerning gender, including but not limited to:
- the history of women
- women and the legal system
- sexuality and sexual practices
- gender and international affairs
- women and the arts
- gender and the family
The Carleton University Undergraduate Calendar specifies the requirements for the following undergraduate programs that we offer:
All new applicants to Carleton apply through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre. All full-time students currently enrolled at an Ontario Secondary School can apply on-line at www.ouac.on.ca.
For admission to the Bachelor of Arts in Women’s and Gender Studies program, you must have the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent including a minimum of six Grade 12U or M (U/C) courses. Your six 12U or M (U/C) courses must include Grade 12 English (or anglais).
Ontario residents not currently in high school (e.g. previously graduated, attending a college or another Ontario university, mature applicants, etc.) must also apply through the OUAC. Applications may be made directly on-line at www.ouac.on.ca
Students already admitted to a Carleton degree program may apply for the Bachelor of Arts programs in Women’s Studies on a Change of Program Element form available through the Carleton Central website.
For Admission Requirements to Undergraduate Degree Programs, please refer to Carleton’s Undergraduate Admissions website.
Undergraduate Students and Special Students:
300 Tory Building
tel: 613 520-3500
fax: 613 520-4410
First Year Seminiar courses (FYSM)
First-year seminar (FYSM) courses are small classes (usually with 30 students) designed to give students the opportunity to discuss and research topics of interest in a core subject area. Here are the FYSMs that are offered this year!