Internships are possible for academic credit in consultation with the department's Director of Undergraduate Studies and the supervising faculty member.
Independent study is available for academic credit in consultation with the department's Director of Undergraduate Studies and the supervising faculty member.
Students are encouraged to participate in study abroad programs in Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America. See the Office of Study Abroad website.
Undergraduate students are encouraged to meet together and participate in the activities of the undergraduate Global Gender Studies student association to develop a sense of community.
We do not have an independent scholarship program; however you may want to explore other avenues of financial assistance within the university described here.
- Completion of GGS 101 Introduction to Gender & Woman Studies or equivalent course and two additional courses.
- Maintenance of a minimum GPA of 3.0 overall.
- Maintenance of a minimum GPA of 3.25 in the prerequisite courses.
- Students must be in good academic standing and have progressed to at least their sophomore year.
Students in the Global Gender Studies honors program must satisfy the requirements outlined for majors and must also maintain a minimum GPA of 3.25 in courses within the major.
Students in the honors program must complete GGS 494 Seminar for Majors/ Senior Capstone. This advanced level is reflected in the course's 4-credit-hour value for honors students (1 credit hour beyond that required for majors outside the honors program). The senior research project must be awarded at least a B+ (3.33) to be accepted as an honors project.