Learning objectives that UAlbany students are expected to attain through their course of study within their academic program.
- Produce original feminist scholarly work, including research, pedagogy, community or creative projects; or synthesize the breadth of an advanced body of knowledge in one particular area within Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
- Apply feminist and related theories at an advanced level, addressing intersections of gender, race, class, sexuality, nation and/or other axes of difference and inequality
- Demonstrate familiarity with Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies as an interdisciplinary field of study and research, developing skills in at least one field new to individual students
- Have the opportunity to bridge theory and practice by engaging in feminist pedagogy experiences or doing internships in community organizations
- Have the opportunity to add advanced feminist education to other graduate work, for students concurrently enrolled in master’s or doctoral programs in other departments at the University at Albany or programs
- Prepare for careers in government and public policy, non-profit and social justice organizations, educational institutions, or human resource positions in private industry and the arts; or prepare to pursue doctoral work in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies or other graduate and professional degrees