The Master of Arts in Women's Studies from Flinders University is designed to develop an appreciation of the rich, diverse and rapidly growing field of Women's Studies; to extend students' critical understanding and practice within the boundaries of a discipline area; to develop the capacity to apply feminist epistemology with interdisciplinary approaches; and to develop the conceptual and analytical thinking, and the research and writing skills, necessary to complete a successful thesis.
This course provides you with specialist knowledge which can be applied in the gender and development field or associated areas of employment and/or research. Graduates are suitable for careers in environments that specialise in gender or women’s issues. Women’s Studies will expand your horizons. Graduates are suitable for careers in international development programs, non-government organisations, the public service, foreign affairs, journalism and teaching.
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Advanced Entry (1 year) applicants may be eligible to complete a 36-unit program of study if they have successfully completed one of the following
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