Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Gender issues shape political, cultural and social institutions, as well as personal identity and relationships. The interdisciplinary field of Women's Studies reflects this wide scope by including social, cultural and political perspectives. The Master of Arts (Women's Studies) is a 2-year equivalent full-time program which incorporates the graduate program(s) available in Women's Studies. This course is designed to develop an appreciation of the rich, diverse and rapidly growing field of Women's Studies; to extend students' critical understanding and practice within the boundaries of a discipline area; to develop the capacity to apply interdisciplinary approaches to feminist questions; and to develop the conceptual and analytical thinking, and the research and writing skills, necessary to complete a successful thesis.
- the course requires 72 units of study. Students complete five core (compulsory) topics including a research thesis, and at least nine option topics chosen from a range of option topics available. These topics aim to provide students the opportunity to develop the capacity to apply interdisciplinary approaches to feminist questions
- and to develop the conceptual and analytical thinking, and the research and writing skills, necessary to complete a successful thesis.
- Women's studies
Standard entry requirements
Applicants must hold an approved bachelor degree or equivalent qualification.
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This course offers two entry level programs of study: Full Program Entry Level and Advanced Program Entry Level.