Women's Studies Minor
The women's studies minor helps students to reshape their thinking about culture and societies. We offer feminist perspectives that uncover the dynamics of both masculinity and femininity.
- Engage in challenging new ideas
- Focus on the diverse experiences of many cultures
- Join lively peer discussions
- Develop communication and critical thinking skills
Our women's studies minor program connects the personal with the political and provides students with unique opportunities to create academic, spiritual, and community leadership roles and work for social justice. With gender as a primary category of analysis to study social roles, spirituality, institutions, and activism, our program highlights diversity.
What Humanities Division Grads Are Doing
Employed Full-Time or Part-Time
Admitted to Graduate School
Full-Time Volunteer or Other Activity
Seeking Employment or Grad School
Pepperdine Seaver College is consistently recognized among the top-ranked universities in California and the United States. We are a Christian university where students grow in knowledge and character. As a liberal arts institution, we focus on providing rich opportunities for intellectual and spiritual exploration for students with a diverse community.
Located in Malibu, CA
13:1 Student-to-Faculty Ratio
80% of Students Participate in an International Program
120,000 + Alumni Network
Preparation for Life
With an awareness of gender issues, the women's studies minor curriculum is crucial for many occupations and careers, such as law, business, medicine, teaching, and management.
An Interdisciplinary Program
Student acquire the analytical framework necessary to explore the significance of
gender in society, their scholarly pursuits, and their own lives.
Christian Context at Pepperdine
Our women's studies program facilitates the discussion and analysis of gender and religion's intersection in the shaping of ethics, culture, and politics.
Humanities & Teacher Education Division
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
Office: CAC 300
Divisional Dean & Associate Professor of Education