What can I do with
Women’s Studies students are prepared to pursue jobs or graduate degrees in law, medicine,
public health, social work, human services, counseling, peace and justice studies,
philosophy, religious studies, sociology, marketing, publishing, literary studies,
teaching, education, and Women’s and Gender Studies.
Check out our course offerings for Winter 2017 and Spring 2018 in The Beacon!
Women’s Studies at ETSU educates students to critically engage issues of gender and
sexual equity in the Appalachian South, nationally, and globally.
Fall 2017 Open House
Women on Wednesdays lecture with Sunny Oh
Southeastern Women's Studies Association Conference, 2016
Women's Studies students meet Nikki Finney
WMST student, Amber Byrge, receives grant from SEWSA
Tri-Iota Honor Society Inductees, 2017
Director Dr. Phyllis Thompson with Dr. Julia Bernard, Vickie Powers, and Dr. Martha
Graduates from our program provide a pool of accomplished critical thinkers who are
focused on civic engagement, social justice, and change and who can help to satisfy
the continuing need to improve the lives, opportunities, and futures of women, LGBTQ
individuals, and other
marginalized persons or groups.