|Sexuality Studies is an interdisciplinary
field that explores artistic, cultural,
economic, geographic, historical, literary,
political, psychological and social aspects
of sexuality. Our program examines
sexuality in transnational contexts and
investigates intersections of sexuality
with ability, age, class, ethnicity, gender,
gender identity, health, nationality, race
|Why choose this program?|
- To learn about how trans- /gender and sexuality is relevant to society, politics, culture, and community.
- To develop a specialization in sexuality for careers in education, politics, social work, health care, medicine, the arts, public policy, psychology, community work and activism, social services, etc.
- Sexuality Studies at York is unlike other programs because it is truly interdisciplinary and transnational.
You can combine a sexuality studies degree (major or minor) with another more traditional degree (like psychology), or complete a stand alone sexuality studies certificate (open to everyone, regardless of educational background).
| ||Get detailed information on degree and program requirements to enter and graduate from this program.|
(This information is to be used in conjunction with the University undergraduate calendar, which in all cases is the final authority).
BA (Bachelor of Arts)
BA Honours (Bachelor of Arts)
BA Specialized Honours (Bachelor of Arts)
BA Honours Double Major (Bachelor of Arts)
BA Honours Major/Minor (Bachelor of Arts)
iBA Honours (International Bachelor of Arts)
iBA Honours Major/Minor (International Bachelor of Arts)
iBA Specialized Honours (International Bachelor of Arts)
iBA Honours Double Major (International Bachelor of Arts)
|Careers:||Sexologist, Policy Analyst, Social Worker, Teacher, Doctor, Nurse, Community Worker or Activist, International Development, Artist, Lawyer, etc.
|Sample Courses:||Advanced Seminar in Sexualities; Concepts of
“Male” and “Female” in the West; Introduction to
Critical Sexualities; Transnational Sexualities|
|Offered by:||School of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies|
| ||Program Web site|
|Contact:||For more information, contact the School of Women's Studies at 416-736-8144. |
|Other Undergraduate Programs & Certificates you may be interested in|
| ||Gender and Women's Studies|
| ||Find out how to apply.|