Our world is deeply impacted by power relations, expectations and norms linked to e.g. gender, sexuality, race, class, and age. The Master’s Programme in the Humanities with a specialisation in Gender Studies gives you knowledge of and tools to analyse how gender and other power asymmetries are socially and culturally constructed, experienced and understood locally and globally. The programme has a strong research connection and brings together perspectives from various disciplines to explore topics within Gender Studies.
The programme is for you who have a Bachelor's degree, equivalent to a Swedish Kandidatexamen, from an internationally recognised university. The main field of study must be within the humanities or social sciences. Also required is 60 credits in gender studies or feminist studies.
Read more about the Master's Programme in the Humanities, with a specialisation in Gender Studies, 120 credits →
The courses that are included within the programme can, in most cases, also be taken as freestanding courses. Find more information about the courses via the links below:
- Family, Kinship and Reproduction 7.5 credits
- Feminist Cultural Studies 7.5 credits
- Gender, Science and Nature 7.5 credits
- Gender Theory 7.5 credits
- Globalisation, Race and Privileges 7.5 credits
- Intersectionality and Power 7.5 credits
- Humans, Animals and Environments 7.5 credits
Contact the Director of Studies, Jenny Björklund, for more information.