Bachelor of Arts in Women’s and Gender Studies
Education. Transformation. Liberation.
Online Program Overview
Find yourself among friends in the Women’s and Gender Studies degree program at UofL. Work through an interdisciplinary curriculum committed to diversity and social justice while you hone your written communication, critical thinking, and research skills. Anchored in the liberal arts philosophy of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Bachelor of Arts in Women’s and Gender Studies is offered 100% online to help students become well-rounded professionals and develop solutions to the pressing issues of the world.
In this program, students learn to gather and interpret information, analyze where ideas and schools of thought intersect, and use language to communicate persuasively and effectively. The program emphasizes how gender disparities connect with poverty, racism, heterosexism and other forms of inequality, and equips students to develop solutions to those problems in their own communities.
- 100% online (on campus options available)
- 60-61 upper-level credit hours (121 total)
- $497 per credit hour
- Research-based degree focused on understanding the social issues of diversity and inequality
- A liberal arts foundation builds versatile skills for which employers around the country recruit
- Credit may be transferred from other regionally-accredited institutions
- Financial aid is available for online students who qualify
The Bachelor of Arts in Women’s and Gender Studies combines robust critical thinking and diversity to equip graduates with a marketable combination of skills that are well at home in a wide range of industries such as:
- Human resources
- Workplace leadership
- Public relations
- Marketing and communications
- Health care management
- Public policy advocacy
- Governmental agencies
- Non-profit entities
According to a study by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, hiring managers look for leadership, teamwork, communication, and problem-solving skills above all others. Women’s and Gender Studies graduates are well-prepared to meet those demands.