Multicultural and Gender Studies
Why choose a degree in Multicultural and Gender Studies (MCGS)?
We are an interdisciplinary program in Women’s, Ethnic, and Sexual Diversity Studies that offers courses which draw from a variety of disciplines such as History, Sociology, Political Science, English, Religious Studies, Communications, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Anthropology, Nursing, Philosophy, and Management. Our curriculum furthers the university’s goal of providing students with the knowledge and commitment to be socially responsible citizens in a diverse democracy and interconnected world. As the workforce becomes increasingly diverse, businesses and organizations are seeking individuals who possess knowledge regarding different cultures and peoples. The interdisciplinary nature of our program allows students to pursue their interests and develop a range of skills and expertise both in and outside of the classroom that are transferable to a wide variety of career fields or graduate programs. Our students are leaders on Chico State’s campus, playing active roles in the AS Women’s Center, the Cross Cultural Leadership Center, and other organizations aimed at cultivating a diverse and just environment. Our graduates are engaged in exciting work in education, law, community activism, social work, counseling, and human resources, to name a few professions.
If you are interested in learning more about our program, please feel free to contact me or any of our coordinators. We look forward to talking with you.
Eugenie L. Rovai, Ph.D
Professor and Director, Multicultural and Gender Studies
Priority Registration Begins October 17!
Registration for Spring 2017 begins October 17th! Make sure to meet with Alicia Trider (MCGS Advisor) for major and minor advising. To set up an appointment with her, please call the office at (530) 898-5688.
CREATING CHANGE CONFERENCE
This past January, MCGS students Taylor Holmes, Kory Masen, and Seve Christian attended the Creating Change Conference in Chicago, Illinois.