While studying Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social justice, you’ll explore research and theories from the social sciences, humanities, science, education, and law. You’ll develop important skills while examining themes of diversity, equality, gender, race, sexuality and community in a critical, intersectional feminist, and post-colonial context.
These skills may include:
- Analytical thinking applied to the examination of culture, politics, and public policy
- Ability to examine problems and propose solutions considering local, national and transnational perspectives
- Collaboration, leadership, and advocacy skills used to deepen understanding and engagement with the ways systems of power and oppression shape how humans interact with each other and with broader society
- Clear and concise written communication that displays a developed understanding of marginalization issues
- Persuasive public speaking and debating abilities connected to the examination of gender, equality, and sexuality