Sexualities, Genders and Bodies Admission | College of Arts

Sexualities, Genders and Bodies Admission


Graduate students in the Collaborative Specialization in Sexualities, Genders and Bodies must meet the admission requirements of the participating program in which they are enrolled. The application process has two stages.

First, prospective students will apply to their primary program of interest, identifying interest in the collaborative specialization as a focus. If the student is admitted to the primary program, the second stage is then admission to the collaborative specialization. Applicants will be required to submit a letter of intent (750- to 1000-word summary of the proposed research along with an annotated bibliography of 10-15 key sources) demonstrating alignment of their planned studies with Sexualities, Genders and Bodies.

Application Deadline: Please refer to the application deadline of your primary program.

Questions? Contact Us:

Director Interdisciplinary Programs

Kim Francis, Director
Phone (ext): 52362

Administrative Assistant

Marie Ann O'Neill , Interdisciplinary Administrative Assistant
Phone: (ext. 54388)

Graduate Program Coordinator