The Bachelor of Arts in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Washington State University is a dynamic program that provides students with an interdisciplinary perspective on gender, sexuality, and politics. This 4-year degree explores the historical, social, and cultural influences on gender roles and identities. It features a comprehensive curriculum that covers topics such as feminist theory, queer studies, race and ethnicity studies, and media representation. Students will also gain practical experience through internships and community-based projects that allow them to make real-world contributions to the field. Graduates from this program are well prepared for careers in fields such as human rights advocacy, public policy development, or social services. They may also pursue further studies leading towards advanced degrees such as Master's or Doctoral programs in Women's Studies or related disciplines like Sociology or Public health allowing them to become experts within their chosen field while making meaningful contributions towards a more equitable society.