What Can You Do with a Minor or Major in Women's Studies?

What Can You Do with a Minor or Major in Women's Studies? 

Occupations and Professions in which graduates may employ the knowledge and skills of Women's Studies:

Human Relations

 Small businesses

 Health occupations, such as nurses, dietitians, clinics for women, physical therapy

Mental health professions/Counseling

Law

Education and Teaching

Non-governmental Organizations, both in the United States and abroad

Public School Administration

Bookkeeping and Accounting

Financial management

Architecture

Dentistry

Airline pilots and navigators

Hiring Institutions of graduates with training in Women's Studies:

Adoption and Child Care Agencies

Business corporations

Court systems

Civil Rights Commission

Social Security Administration

Hospitals

Health and Human Services

Planned Parenthood Agencies

Publishing Houses

Churches/Synagogues/Mosques

The Labor Department of the U.S.

Municipal, County, State, National Government

Peace Corps

Human Rights Organizations

Law Firms

Colleges/ Universities

Marketable Skills with which Women's Studies graduates are prepared:

Diversity training

Assessing People's Needs

Leadership

Team Building Skills

Creativity

Planning

Gathering/Analysis of Information

Organizing Ideas

Writing

Self-Discipline

Public Speaking

Conflict Resolution

Project Design

Evaluating

Editing

Critical Thinking

Interviewing


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