Graduates with a degree in gender and women’s studies go on to become agents of change throughout the world, working to serve those most in need.
Prior to implementing gender and women’s studies as a major in 2014, the program had some graduates whose student-designed majors included gender and women’s studies. These graduates have gone to graduate school in public service, women's studies, and communications, and have worked for a women's advocacy group.
Graduates with a gender and women’s studies minor have gone to graduate school in social work, psychology, education, and religion. They have worked for the Peace Corps, women's advocacy groups, and women's shelters.
The Career Crossings Office can provide you with more information about life after Saint Mary's along with the guidance and tools to help you reach your objectives.