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The comprehensive examination is an option for students in the M.A. degree program.  To date, the following students successfully completed the comprehensive exam:

Krista Benson » Pam Bielecki » Amanda Burns » Sharon Butler » Amy Calvert » Ticcara Cassell » Cristina Chavez » La'Tonya Coleman-Hill » Dawna Cornelissen » Nova Rhodes Cox » Allison Davis » Amalia Diamond-Ramirez » Rachael Duhon » Kristen English » Jamie Lynn George » Kamilah Hasan » Sharina Hassell-Schafer » Charlie Hughes » Rozlyn D. Johnson » Paula Kent » Laura Kopecky » Krystal Ladue » Amanda Lemon » Amie Lewis » Cristina Lundquist » Gabriella Marquez » Anne Martinsen » Nona McCaleb » Stephanie Milling » Flannery Mitchell » Jessicah Murrell » Jennifer Nalley  » Belinda Naturinda » Shraddha Nembang » Donna Okaro » Sunnie Palmer » Shannon Peardon » Jennifer Porras » Erin Quevedo » Lesley Regalado »  Jennifer Ressler » Aleda Reyes » Elizabeth Rodriguez » Hamida Imran Rupani » Grace Salako-Smith » Sara Sobrino » Donna Souder » Leslieann Thomas » Jessie Valadez » Denise Wade » Muriel Whetstone Sims

May 2014 Graduation             May 2014 Graduation

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Reasons to Choose Our Graduate Program

One of the most diverse universities in the nation, TWU offers the only M.A. in Women's Studies in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex region.  Our classes are small in size, thereby encouraging discussion, dialogue, and engaged learning. More about “Reasons to Choose Our Graduate Program”...

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Women's Studies Students Say...

"Graduating from the Women's Studies Program of Texas Woman's University has been the most important and empowering aspect of my entire college education." More about “Women's Studies Students Say...”...

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Articles Related to Women's Studies

Read American Association of University Professors article titled
"Why STEM Students Need Gender Studies": 
http://www.aaup.org/article/why-stem-students-need-gender-studies#.U4Yhjyj3FTI

Read Ms. Magazine's article from Women's Studies alumni, Tara Conley, titled "The Pinterest Problem"

Read Ms. Magazine's newsflash on our new Ph.D. in Women's Studies!

Ms. Magazine's "2009 Guide to Women's Studies"

"Transform The World" - What can you do with a degree in women's studies," Ms. Magazine

"The Evolution of American Women's Studies," www.insidehighered.com