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Management & Gender/Cultural Studies

Management & Gender/Cultural Studies

This unique dual degree program combines the intellectual rigor of gender studies and cultural theory with the strategic thinking and practitioner approach of management. Responding to a constantly changing professional culture and the increasing number of corporations working to broaden their definitions of diversity, this program incorporates issues including cultural diversity, gender equality, and effective communication strategies, while focusing on management, cultural theory, diversity, gender politics, and the marketplace. Career options for graduates of this program include positions in diversity consulting, human resources, employee communications, advocacy organizations, and more.

Students in the GCS/MSM dual degree program will be asked to complete 55 total credits of coursework. 27 credits will be completed in the MSM program, 24 credits in the GCS program, and 4 credits will be a capstone
project that integrates the two fields of study. Additionally, students will specialize in one of the following areas of study: Non-Profit Management, Communications Management, or General Management.