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Women’s Studies can be extremely flexible and can enhance training in any area—women in business, women in arts, women in medicine, women in history, etc.
-Women’s Studies Graduates: The First Generation by Barbara F. Luebke and Mary Ellen Reilly (1995).

The major prepares one to do anything that any other liberal arts major does with deeper insight into issues of oppression and celebration of women.

People often ask what job opportunities become available from obtaining training in women’s studies.  Graduates often excel in diverse areas including counseling, therapy, social work, law, journalism, market-analysis, political analysis, television production, union organizing, and fundraising.  Graduate work in women’s studies enhances chances for faculty positions in traditional disciplines or can provide additional credential for students in the professions of law, education, or medicine.

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