Masters in Gender Equality

Studying a Master’s in Gender Equality can provide you with a deep understanding of the complex issues surrounding gender and equip you with the skills needed to contribute to creating a more equitable society. Students typically delve into a multidisciplinary curriculum that encompasses a range of subjects related to gender studies. Courses often cover foundational theories in gender, exploring the historical, cultural, and sociological dimensions of gender relations. Students engage in critical analyses of gender-based discrimination, examining how it intersects with other forms of identity and social structures. The program often emphasizes policy analysis and development, providing students with the skills needed to advocate for and implement effective measures to address gender inequalities.

Master of Arts in Gender and Development

🚩 Costa Rica
⌛ 12 months
🕔 Full-time
🎓 Blended
▶ Apply by May 31, 2024
Are you interested in an international career and learning more about the relationship between gender and development? Apply now for the UPEACE – UNITAR Master of Arts in Gender and Development....

MA Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice

University of British Columbia
🚩 Canada
⌛ 16 months
🕔 Full-time
🎓 On-Campus
▶ Apply by September 20, 2024
The MA program at the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice (GRSJ) is an interdisciplinary graduate program that attracts scholars from around the world. The program incorporates research and theory from various fields, including social sciences, humanities, science, education, and law. Students engage in theoretical and empirical work......