Women’s Studies Certificate

Overview

If you are interested in Women’s Studies and/or are interested in transferring to a four year institution to pursue a major or minor in Women’s Studies, this program is for you.  Potential jobs in various private or non-profit sectors include working in domestic violence or welfare rights advocacy, public and community service, non-profit organization work, family counseling, sexual assault counseling, health care, public policy work, human resources, teaching, law, and public relations.

Career Options

Domestic Violence or Welfare Rights Advocacy
Public and Community Service
Non-Profit Organization Work
Family Counseling
Sexual Assault Counseling
Health Care
Public Policy Work
Human Resources
Teaching
Law
Public Relations

Related Degrees & Certificates

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Faculty

See below for a list of all full-time Department Faculty. Please note that not all listed faculty may teach courses related to this specific degree or certificate program.

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Kevin Amenta

B.A., Hofstra University; M.A., Quinnipiac UniversityHumanities Department Assistant Professor of Communications and English
Office: C136 (860) 215-9402
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María Celeste Arrieta

Humanities Department Assistant Professor of Foreign Language
Office: C112 (860) 215-9404
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Terrence Delaney

B.A., Eastern Connecticut State University; M.A., Ph.D., Clark UniversityHumanities Department Department Chair & Professor of History
Office: C118 (860) 215-9422
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Janet Hagen

B.S., Minnesota State University; M.A., St. Cloud State UniversityHumanities Department Professor of English and Women’s Studies
Office: C216 (860) 215-9433
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Sandra Jeknavorian

B.F.A., University of Hartford; M.F.A., University of MassachusettsHumanities Department Professor of Art
Office: C152 (860) 215-9439
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William E O’Hare

B.A., Marist College; M.A., University of ConnecticutHumanities Department Associate Professor of Anthropology
Office: C202 (860) 215-9436
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Peter Patsouris

B.A., Boston University; M. A., Providence CollegeHumanities Department Professor of International Studies
Office: C108 (860) 215-9462

PROGRAM COORDINATOR

Janet Hagen
860-215-9433