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Students with MA degrees in Women’s and Gender Studies from Brandeis typically join the workforce in fields as diverse as law, advocacy, research and higher education or pursue PhDs. Information about recent placements is here.

They are supported by the Career Services Office in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

For more information contact:

Sarah Lamb
WGS Director of Graduate Studies

GSAS Career Services

Rachel Dreilinger, Career Services Specialist
Kutz Hall, Room 207
(781) 736-3402
E-mail Rachel.
Request an appointment with Rachel Dreilinger

Sue Levine, Assistant Director for Career Services
Kutz Hall, Room 207
(781) 736-3414
E-mail Sue.
Request an appointment with Sue Levine.

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WGS Graduate Representatives Caty Taborda and Derek Whitt

Brandeis faculty and alumni are in the vanguard of feminist scholars worldwide. The Brandeis University Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program (WGS) provides a strong grounding in discipline-specific studies along with an interdisciplinary education in the theories, methods, and scholarship of women's, gender, and sexuality studies. By introducing current research in a range of fields, the M.A. degrees create cross-disciplinary dialogue and prepare students for intellectual leadership in careers as diverse as public policy, education, social service, law, management, and writing. Students may also enroll in courses offered by the Graduate Consortium in Women's Studies

The WGS Program offers a stand-alone M.A. program as well as several joint M.A. programs. The joint master's degree option may be pursued independently, or in conjunction with a Ph.D. in one of several fields. There is no Ph.D. offered solely in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies. All of the degrees we offer are on the M.A. level.


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