Programs & Requirements at the Claremont Colleges

CLAREMONT GRADUATE UNIVERSITY
Women’s Studies in Religion: CGU offers an MA and PhD in Women’s Studies in Religion.
Certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies: CGU offers a Certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies to MA and PhD students.
Applied Women’s Studies: CGU offers an MA in Applied Women’s Studies.
BA/MA Accelerated Degree Program (4+1): Undergraduate Claremont College students may apply for the (4+1) program in Applied Women’s Studies.

CLAREMONT MCKENNA COLLEGE
Sequence: CMC offers a sequence in Gender Studies.
Major: CMC does not offer a major in Gender Studies. CMC students may elect to complete a full major in Gender & Women’s Studies through Pomona College or Scripps College or a major in Gender and Feminist Studies is available through Pitzer College.

CMC Gender Studies Website


HARVEY MUDD COLLEGE
Concentration: Harvey Mudd students may complete their humanities and social sciences concentration in Gender Studies.
Major: Harvey Mudd does not offer a major in Gender Studies. Students may choose to complete an off-campus major in Gender Studies at one of the other Claremont Colleges.

PITZER COLLEGE
Minor: Pitzer offers a minor in Gender and Feminist Studies.
Major: Pitzer offers a major in Gender and Feminist Studies. Students can concentrate in one of three tracks; Global, National and Local Communities; Creativity: Art, Literature, Spirituality, Identity; Sciences, Medicine and Technologies.

Gender and Feminist Studies Department Website
Course Catalog


POMONA COLLEGE
Minor: Pomona offers a minor in Gender and Women’s Studies.
Major: Pomona offers a major in Gender and Women’s Studies.

Gender and Women’s Studies Department Website
Course Catalog


SCRIPPS COLLEGE
Minor: Scripps offers a minor in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.
Major: Scripps offers a major in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Students can pursue either a Gender Studies track or a Queer Studies track.

Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department Website