Ohio State University-Main Campus: The GRE is not required for admission to the PhD or MA program.
Oregon State University: GRE : The WGSS Program does not require the GRE.
Ohio State University-Main Campus: The GRE is not required for admission to the PhD or MA program.
Oregon State University: GRE : The WGSS Program does not require the GRE.
Womens Gender and Sexuality Studies
College description: Applications to the WGSS MA or PhD are accepted every fall for the following academic year. Admission to the university graduate program is highly competitive.Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the budget of Ohio State, the university anticipate admitting a much smaller graduate cohort than in previous years.Experience has shown that the best predictors of success in the program are adequate scholarly preparation, as shown in the GPA and fulfillment of the Women Gender and Sexuality Studies recommended academic backgrounds.It is recommended that master applicants should have completed at least four courses in Women Gender and Sexuality Studies or closely related fields. A major, minor or certificate in Women Gender, and Sexuality Studies or related field is recommended. Successful applicants to the Women Gender and Sexuality Studies MA program generally have GPAs of 3.6 or higher. The GRE is not required for admission to the university MA program.Admission to the Women Gender and Sexuality Studies MA Program at Ohio State is very competitive. The department typically admits between 10-15% of MA applicants. The number of MA spots open for admission varies year to year.The PhD program accepts students with a Master’s degree as well as students coming directly from a Bachelor’s program.
The strongest applicants demonstrate their commitment to and understanding of feminist theories and topics in their application.
Relocating longer than two semesters for the purpose of fieldwork jeopardizes funding.
The university graduate program is also utilizing this hybrid approach, thus relocation to Columbus is still required for enrollment in the university programs.
The GRE is not required for admission to the PhD or MA program. Please do not submit GRE scores.
In fairness to all applicants, any GRE scores will be stripped from their record and not taken into consideration during the admissions review process.
As an international applicant, applicant will be required to submit proof of English proficiency. Ohio State accepts official TOEFL, IELTS and for a limited time Duolingo scores.
TOEFL, IELTS scores cannot be older than 2 years.
Any applicant with a GPA less than a 3.0 may only be admitted under exceptional circumstances. The average GPA for admitted students for the past 3 years is 3.7, with a range from 3.04 to 3.94.
The application for the 2020-2021 academic year opens October 29. The submission deadline is December 4 for all applicants.
Please have their recommenders use the online portal to electronically submit their letters of recommendation.
Provided that applicant have alerted their recommenders and have ordered any transcripts before the deadline, letters of recommendation and transcripts may arrive up to one week after the deadline.
Applicant are responsible for submitting all of the materials applicant have direct control over, such as their statement of purpose, CV, writing sample, scans of transcripts, etc., by the marked deadline.
At minimum, every applicant will hear about their status by the national accept/decline deadline of April 15.
Women Gender, and Sexuality Studies
College description: This course is designed to introduce graduate students to a wide range of readings in feminist theories and the impact of gender and sexuality studies criticism on literary studies and feminist narratology. Loosely organized around feminist chronologies, the university will examine early feminisms alongside second-wave and sexuality studies the university then examine critical race studies and black feminisms, and shift to queer of color and transnational feminisms.WST 610 Advanced Topics in Women Studies: Historicity and the Political in Feminist Media Cultures .In this seminar the university will draw upon feminist and queer media and film studies in order to explore the relations between mass and subcultural media cultures, gender, race, sexuality, and feminism.These are some of the questions the university will grapple with in this graduate course.Students from any graduate program are invited to enroll.EGL WRT 506 Studies in Literary Theory: Queer Ecologies: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and the Environment in Literature and Culture .This graduate seminar uses ecocriticism and queer theory as its critical lens to explore the concept of queer ecologies in relation to race, gender, sexuality, and the environment in recent literature and culture. This seminar examines literature and prose , films, TV shows, and comics graphic narrative that feature a variety of modern and contemporary representations of human and nonhuman or -than-human relations in the context of race, gender, sexuality, and the environment.This seminar is designed to help train graduate students in the research and writing of graduate-level research papers, with a focus on issues related to the origins, development, and deployment of ideas race and or ethnicity.
If their native or primary language is not English, English proficiency must be established based on the results of their TOEFL or IELTS examinations.
TOEFL iBT: 80 for Master's level; 90 for admission to a doctoral program and to be eligible for consideration for TA/GA support
Spoken English: All doctoral students and students with a TA/GA stipend whose native language is not English must demonstrate a sufficient level of English-speaking proficiency and may be required to take OAE courses based on these measures.
Please note that the application process is an online process.
Please note that paying a housing deposit and submitting a housing request by the May 15th deadline does not assure an applicant of a specific type of space.
Women’s and Gender Studies Program
College description: This collaborative and participatory graduate course is designed to develop community-based art curriculum for underserved populations.Yeats, James Joyce, Edna O’Brien, Keith Ridgway, Desmond Hogan, Emma Donoghue, Éilís Ní Dhuibhne, and Blindboy Boatclub, as well as selected materials from contemporary film and popular culture and selected readings in Irish studies and gender studies.A capstone seminar applying women’s studies theories and methodologies to professional or discipline-based research projects.
There may be supporting materials that are required along with their online application for graduate admission, so be sure to review the degree requirements before applicant apply.
Submit a Second Degree-Seeking Application through ApplyWeb.
Currently-enrolled students do NOT need to submit new letters of recommendation, GRE scores, or current transcript. Potential to excel in graduate study in women’s and gender studies will be assessed from the letter of intent and writing sample, as well as review of letters of recommendation and transcripts submitted to the existing degree program.
Payment of a $50 application fee
Online Gender, Sexualities and Health Certificate
College description: WGS 1000 Introduction to Women and Gender Studies.WGS 4800 Capstone in Women and Gender Studies.WGS 2100 Women, Gender, and Rock and Roll.WGS 3600 Internship in Women and Gender Studies.WGS 4610 Queer TheoryPart II--Elective :Complete 4 courses.Select from:AAS 3450 The Black WomanAAS 4820 The Black FamilyAH 4111 The Representation and Theorization of Gender in the History of ArtANTH 3450 Gender in Cross-Cultural PerspectiveANTH 3490 Life History: The Individual and CultureBIOS 2020 Biology of Sex DifferencesCFS 4620 Diversity in FamiliesCLAS 3510 Women in the Ancient MediterraneanCLWR 2220 Religion, Gender, and SexualityCLWR 4350 Women in BuddhismCLWR 4430 Women and ReligionCOMS 3200 Women and Health CommunicationCOMS 4200 Gender CommunicationCOMS 4220 Communication in the FamilyECON 3220 Economics of Human ResourcesENG 3060J Women WritingENG 3250 Women LiteratureENG 3260 Lesbian and Gay LiteratureGEOG 3270 Social GeographiesGEOG 3480 Gender, Environment, and DevelopmentHIST 3200 Women in American History Before 1877HIST 3201 Women in American History Since 1877HIST 3202 Women Health Medicine in US HistoryHIST 20 Women in the Middle EastHIST 90 Women in African HistoryHIST 3540 History of Early ChristianityHIST 3600 Women in Early Modern EuropeHIST 3601 Women in Modern EuropeHIST 3602 Women Warriors: Women and War in EuropeHIST 3710 Magic, Heresy and Witchcrafts in Pre-modern EuropeHLTH 2100 Health of WomenJOUR 4130 Gender, Race, and Mass MediaLING 3900 Language of Women and MenMDIA 4175 Media and Sexual RepresentationMGT 4620 Women in ManagementPBIO 2170 Women in SciencePOLS 3190 Gay and Lesbian PoliticsPOLS 4200 Women, Law, and PoliticsPOLS 4210 Politics of Law and SexualityPOLS 4780 Feminist Political Theories and MovementsPOLS 4067 Women and PoliticsPSY 3440 Psychology of GenderSASM 4000 Diversity and SportSOC 2200 Introduction to the FamilySOC 4210 Comparative Studies of the FamilySOC 4220 The American Family SystemSOC 4670 Violence Against WomenSOC 4700 Sociology of GenderSOC 4710 Gender JusticeWGS 2100 Women, Gender, and Rock and RollWGS 3200 Sexual RevolutionsWGS 3600 Internship in Women and Gender StudiesWGS 4100 Global FeminismsWGS 4110 Women and GlobalizationWGS 4500 Advanced Feminist TheoryWGS 4600 Gender, Sexuality, and CultureWGS 4610 Queer TheoryWGS 4810 Writing Gender Courses that satisfy a core requirement cannot satisfy an elective requirement.
Applicants need to have earned a bachelor’s degree, but no GRE is required.
Minimum 12 semester hours required.
GPA of 3.0 or better in most recent degree program.
International students whose native language is not English also must submit scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language or the International English Language Testing System A TOEFL-iBT of 90 or IELTS composite of 6.5 across all bands is required.
The fall semester deadline is Aug. The spring semester deadline is Nov. The deadline for submitting applications for a summer session is April 15.
University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science
College description: Master of Arts in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.Master of Arts in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies This means specializing primarily in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.This means specializing in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the doctoral level.One of these secondary areas can be Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies also.This means specializing in a primary area that is not Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and declaring Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies as one or two of the secondary areas of study, or having three equal areas of study.Graduate minor in conjunction with a Master degree or Doctorate in another field of study. This means applicant receive a graduate minor in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies or Queer Studies while applicant are working on a graduate degree in another department.Students working on the graduate minor in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies must complete 12 credits at the Master level and 18 credits at the Doctoral level.
GRE : The WGSS Program does not require the GRE.
Feminist Teaching and Learning
Total required = 42-43 credits
Women and Gender Studies
College description: The Master of Arts program in Sexuality Studies provides an integrative and comprehensive graduate degree for students interested in studying and working with issues related to human sexuality, sexuality education, research and social policy.Sometimes grades suffer because of unanticipated circumstances, including illness, accident or care for a loved one.Applicant can petition the graduate studies committee with a request for substitution of a previously-taken class for a required class in the program. The graduate studies committee will decide whether applicant will be awarded credit.It is very much worth their effort if applicant want to pursue this degree.An M.A. in Sexuality Studies from SF State will provide applicant with broad interdisciplinary training in sexuality with an emphasis on research training. Additionally, the Sexuality Studies program is committed to addressing social justice issues in the area of human sexuality.However, the San Francisco State University does not offer a certificate in sexuality education.The university program is ideally suited to equip graduates with the theory and methodology necessary to qualify for a Ph.D. program in a relevant field.The university M.A. program offers graduate students a rigorous curriculum in the social science of sexuality with a strong focus on social theory and social research methods.
A maximum of 9 units within the major can be taken credit/no credit, but students are strongly urged to take all courses within the major for letter grades.
Two Letters of Recommendation are required from individuals with direct knowledge of the applicant's scholarly ability.
The WGS department does not require GRE scores; however, applicants may include them.
A resume or CV is optional.
The department began receiving completed applications well before the established deadline, yet those applications were not reviewed until the deadline along with all other completed applications.
Deadline: Mid-December each fall semester for SPRING awards
The purpose of the WGS Student Emergency Fund Scholarship is to support students in need of “emergency” funding.
If their application is awarded, a copy of a bill tied to their emergency may be required.
WGS students have often worked as cross-campus tutors at both the Learning Assistance Center and the Campus Academic Resource Program
College description: The Certificate offers students the opportunity to evaluate numerous feminist theories of social justice synthesize social change strategies enhance oral and written communication and analyze GWS as a movement and a discipline.
The university program does not require the GRE for admission.
Each graduate student is required to submit the application for each position they are applying for.
Center for Middle Eastern Studies
College description: Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University of Chicago encompasses diverse disciplines, modes of inquiry, and objects of knowledge.
The deadline to apply is January 4th. To apply, applicant must complete an on-line application and provide a candidate statement, writing sample, 3 recommendations and transcripts from all previously attended colleges/universities in addition to the application fee. Here applicant may complete the application, taking as much time as applicant need, of course while keeping the January 4th deadline in mind. The TOEFL/IELTS is the only admissions requirement that applies specifically to international applicants. The University of Chicago does not require a minimum GRE score for admission nor do University of Chicago provides statistics on the GRE scores for admitted students. The university will accept GRE scores that are less than 5 years old. The University of Chicago does require that admitted applicants obtain a minimum score for the TOEFL prior to matriculation.
College description: The interdisciplinary program in Gender and Sexuality Studies at Northwestern offers two levels of participation open to all graduate students in programs and departments throughout the university.Students in established departmental graduate programs can opt to participate in the Gender and Sexuality Studies Graduate Cluster. The cluster provides basic training in gender and sexuality studies and is an alternative to Graduate Certificate in Gender and Sexuality Studies Most students proceed to the Certificate.Participants may enroll for a grade or formally audit the course.The Graduate Certificate in Gender and Sexuality Studies is designed to give students in Northwestern graduate programs advanced training in gender and sexuality studies. Many students view the Certificate as an important credential as they establish careers in scholarship and teaching positions that combine that combine traditional academic disciplines with interdisciplinary work in gender and sexuality studies.Two foundational classesOne major research project, of article length or longer, centered in gender-and-sexuality-related topics and or employing gender-and-sexuality-related methods.The two levels of participation offer students flexibility for incorporating interdisciplinary approaches into their graduate education. The program courses and other graduate activities do not differentiate between Cluster and Certificate students.In general, students are encouraged to begin either the Cluster or Certificate Program in the first year of graduate study.Theoretical and Methodological Issues in the History of Women, Gender and SexualitySocial Science Approaches to Gender and Sexuality
In addition to the Application for Admission and Financial Aid, the German department also requires the following documents for application to the Ph.D. program.
The Northwestern University does NOT require the GRE from the university applicants.
International students need NOT take the TOEFL or IELTS if
Applying for the Graduate Program in South Southeast Asian Studies
College description: PhD students at UC Berkeley may add a Designated Emphasis in Women, Gender, and Sexuality to their major fields.Administered by the Department of Gender and Women's Studies, the designated emphasis program provides its students with certification as well as with a context for the interdisciplinary exchange of ideas and development of research.
The university request that applicant include a writing sample with their application.
The sample may be a paper written for a class , an honors thesis, an article written for an academic journal — whatever applicant think best reflects their knowledge, interest, and writing ability.
While the university can accept letters of recommendation and GRE and TOEFL scores after the deadline for applications, please keep in mind that letters and scores arriving after January 7 may not be part of the application consideration process.
For Graduate Students
College description: Leaders like Angela Merkel, Theresa May, Hillary Clinton, Malala Yousafzai, Christine Lagarde, Leymah Gbowee, and Lubna Al Qasimi are not exceptions any but the rule.The key objective over the next years, therefore, will be to vigorously defend, solidify, and expand the gains women and sexual minorities have made—from Alabama to Afghanistan—and to develop and implement effective programs that promote gender equality in a sustainable manner.As part of the MS in Global Affairs, the Concentration in Global Gender Studies equips applicant—in seminars, through Global Field Intensives, internships, and field research projects—with the theoretical background, substantive knowledge as well as in-demand quantitative and qualitative skills so applicant can hit the ground running and be ready to research, assess, craft, implement, and advocate for policies and programs that promote gender equality in a sustainable and culturally aware manner.And while the challenges may appear daunting at times, the university shall be inspired by the timeless words of Eleanor Roosevelt: applicant must do the things applicant think applicant cannot do.Countries that are gender equal—where women and sexual minorities can participate on an equal basis in public life, engage in the labor market, hold positions of power, enjoy equal protection under the law, as well as equal access to education and health care—are measurably stable, peaceful and prosperous.
Statement on Workplace and Learning Environment
Read carefully the admissions requirements, application policies and deadline information posted there. All applicants must use the online application.
As a matter of fact, if applicant are considering the Ph.D. as their degree goal, applicant should specifically apply for admission to the Ph.D. program by checking the Ph.D. option on their application form.
The university recommend that applicant submit their application materials by 18 December for admission in the following fall term. The final deadline for admission with financial aid is 4 January. Late applications are accepted until 15 April, but there is no guarantee that financial aid will be available for students applying after the January deadline.
A personal statement outlining the applicant's goals and reasons for applying to the program;
At least three letters of recommendation;
The GRE general test is not required. Please do not send us GRE test scores.
If applicant are not a US citizen and are not a native speaker of English, applicant must take the TOEFL examination and have the scores reported to NYU.
Eight courses are required for the M.A. Ten additional courses are required for the Ph.D.
College description: Women’s and Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary program that prepares students to think critically and creatively by employing gender as a primary category of analysis. The program is set up to examine a variety of issues of specific interest to women and of general interest to scholars of gender studies across a variety of diverse cultural and historical settings.
Non-Degree Application - Submit their transcripts
The Case Western Reserve University is unable to deliver an admission letter without having their official transcripts on file from their highest degree earned.
Anyone wishing to take non-degree courses should apply through the online application system and pay the $50 non-refundable application fee. Applicant must send official transcripts in order for their application to be processed.
Case Western Reserve University employees do not need to submit degree verification and their application fee is waived.
The deadline to apply for Fall is August 15, for Spring is January 1 and for Summer is May 1.
On the application, under Personal Data choose Applicant Type: Non-Degree. If applicant are an international student, applicant will need to submit a passing TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE language score.
The deadline to apply for Fall is July 31st and Summer is May 15th
On the application, under Personal Data choose Non Degree Applicant Type: Non-Degree.
The deadline to apply is May 15th for Fall semester.
No language scores, GRE, letters of recommendation or transcripts are required.
The deadline to apply is April 19th for Fall semester.
Applicants must submit a personal statement.
Two Letters of Recommendation are required.
GRE scores can be considered but are not required, applicant can submit those through ETS.
Online Graduate Certificate Program in Postsecondary Disability Services
College description: Genders and sexualities with special attention given to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues.With a change in topics, may be repeated for credit.Analyses of theories that simultaneously take into account dynamics of race, class, gender, sexuality, nation, ability, and other dimensions of social inequality and difference.This interdisciplinary graduate course considers intersections of race, immigration, and reproduction within the United States and in a transnational context.Special topics in sociological theory and research in gender and sexualities.
Please note that official transcripts from students previous educational experiences at UConn are not required.
The GRE, GMAT, and Residence Affidavit are not required.
For those providers that wish to submit their letter electronically, be sure to mark "Yes" for the online submission question on the Provider Input Form.