Bachelor of Arts in Women's Studies

Overview

The Ethnic Studies major with a Women's Studies concentration will continue to be a temporary option for students. However, the CWSGR is rolling out a new Bachelor of Arts in Women's Studies effective Fall Semester 2017.

Please visit the CWSGR for details on this degree program and work with your adviser to co-advise. There are several degree options that may allow a student to double major while keeping undergrad studies to a 4-year time-frame. Declaration of a minor in Ethnic Studies or another discipline is also an option. Students must earn a "C" or better in each of their courses and courses may not be "double counted".

The Bachelor of Arts in Women's Studies allows for maximum concentration in social justice issues that incorporate a perspective on racialized gender and racialized sexuality as they intersect with both fields of Women's and Ethnic Studies.

Undergraduate students who are pursuing a major in Ethnic Studies also have the opportunity to pursue a minor in Women's Studies. For more information on the Women's Studies minor, please click on 'Programs' then 'Interdisciplinary Minor.'

All Colorado State University students are invited to enroll in Women's Studies and Gender Research courses, whether or not they choose to participate in the Interdisciplinary Studies Minor or major.