Gender and Women's Studies (Interdisciplinary and Collaborative Programs)
The Graduate Option in Gender and Women’s Studies functions as a minor concentration, linked to a home department at McGill. Dates for Guaranteed Consideration to the Graduate Option in Gender and Women's Studies vary depending on the department you are applying to. For more information, please contact the Graduate Program Coordinator in the department you are interested in. There is no separate application process for admission to the Graduate Option in Gender and Women’s Studies. The only pre-requisite is acceptance into one of the departments that has approved the Option at McGill. It is in your best interest, however, to indicate your interest in the Option in your application, as that will flag your name for possible receipt of a recruitment award.
The Graduate Option in Gender and Women's Studies provides graduate students, obtaining degrees in a variety of participating departments and faculties, with a cross-disciplinary specialization in feminist, women's and gender studies.
Anthropology, Art History, Communication Studies, French Language and Literature, Geography, History, Integrated Studies in Education, Islamic Studies, Political Science, Philosophy, Religious Studies (MA; PhD), Sociology, Schulich School of Music (Musicology, MA (Thesis); Theory, MA (Thesis); Music, PhD (Thesis))
For more information about this Option please contact the Graduate Program Coordinator of the department you are interested in.
If you have general questions about the Option in Gender and Women's Studies, please contact Caili Woodyard , Administrative and Student Affairs Coordinator for the Institute for Gender Sexuality, and Feminist Studies (IGSF)