Apply to the new WGSS Master’s Track in Feminist Practices for Social Change starting fall 2020!
In one to three years, you will be ready to pursue professional activist work in a social justice and human rights organization immediately upon graduation.
After completing classes focused on social justice and human rights theory and practice, you will complete a Practicum internship to put your academic knowledge to use in your field of interest, for example: UN Women; on campus in units of the IWL, including with the globally-renowned NGO, The Center for Women’s Global Leadership; and in organizations internationally.
This Track offers students many opportunities: • Be a teaching assistant for classes in the WGSS Social Justice Minor • Participate in the bi-annual WGSS graduate student conference • Present at or attend conferences related to activist work or academic research and apply for travel funding • Study abroad in Europe for one semester through the GEMMA Program or in the summer at the European Institute in Kassel, Germany • Complete a variety of Rutgers certificates including through The Center for Violence against Women and Children or the Department of Africana Studies • Apply for graduate fellowships such as The Eagleton Institute for Politics Graduate Fellowship Program
The deadline for applications to the new MA Track is April 15, 2020.
For more information click here or contact: Julie Rajan, Masters Program Director,