We encourage students to consider seriously the advantages of a graduate degree. Your minor in Women's Studies as an undergraduate will provide you with a background to pursue a graduate degree in many fields. Bulletin boards on the first floor of Moody Hall and the second floor of Keezell have information on graduate study, including a handout for students who are considering graduate school. If you are interested in graduate school, please pick up one of these handouts.

Here are some useful sites for researching graduate programs in Women's Studies:

Masters in Economics Programs with Emphases on Feminist Economics

1. University of Utah (Professors Nilufer Cagatay and Gunseli Berik)

2. Rutgers University Department of Women's and Gender Studies (Yana Rodgers, Radhika Balakrishnan) 

3. Program on Gender Analysis in Economics at American University (Washington, D.C.)

4. Wright State University (Dayton, Ohio) MS of Applied and Social Economics - one year program. (Paulette Olsen - political economy and women; women's labor history, Barbara Hopkins - international political economy and women, comparative systems and gender, Sirisha Naidu - development and ecological economics, Zdravka Todorova - macroeconomics and gender.)

Visit the links below to learn more about the following programs:

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