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In fall 2017, the Gender and Sexualities Studies program was relaunched with a new curriculum. But the study of women and gender has a long history at Marquette, dating from the early 1980s when the grass-roots women's faculty group ALPHA lobbied for and won Marquette's first program in Women's Studies -- the point of origin for the rich and varied network of research and teaching about women, gender, and sexuality at Marquette today.

Currently, the INGS major can be either a primary or a secondary major. 30 credit hours are required:

Course examples are:

INGS Minor:

18 credit hours are required, including INGS 1001 with courses distributed among at least three disciplines.


Women's and Gender Studies Mission Statement

Marquette University's Gender and Sexualities Studies Program offers a primary or secondary major and minor that promote a critical, feminist, and cross-cultural understanding of gender and power in a global context and across disciplinary boundaries. Read more.