MA in Feminist and Gender Studies
Study with a diverse student body and help transform society.
This new MA program will equip you with in-depth knowledge of some of society’s pressing challenges: transnational feminism, queer and antiracist theories, masculinities, and (dis)ability and trans studies. You will acquire theoretical knowledge to complete intersectional analyses and practical methodologies, to apply your recommendations to the work environment and transform it. Program graduates have moved on to work in fields such as policy, community development, employment equity, and health and education.
Stand out from other graduates with your interdisciplinary profile.
Exchange ideas with and learn from professors who have developed expertise in more than one discipline and can give you access to resources in different departments. You’ll develop the ability to think critically about interdisciplinary knowledge and tackle challenges in many disciplines, opening the door to a larger pool of opportunities after your degree.
Join a tight-knit, vibrant student community and participate in collaborative activism.
The Feminist and Gender Studies Graduate Student Association and BIPOC caucus create a culture of community at the institute: diversity and collaborative activism are encouraged and valued. You can take part in our Shirley Greenberg Annual Lecture, a renowned international event for leading scholars in gender studies, and our Feminist Cafés, where experts present and discuss their research with students.
- Masters of Arts Feminist and Gender Studies with Research Paper (12 months)
- MA with Coursework (12 months)