GQS graduates pursue careers in medicine, law, psychology, social work, marketing, civic engagement, civic engagement and other fields. Since gender and sexuality are central parts of everyone’s lives, studying GQS is a highly relevant area of study.
BA in Psychology, Minors in Gender and Queer Studies
and African American Studies
Graduated in 2016 with a Masters in Public Health
from Colorado School of Public Health
"I draw upon GQS material every day in my life! It enabled me to become a critical thinker and consumer. I now work at an AIDS Service Organization and I use the knowledge I gained in GQS every single day to talk about issues of power and privilege in healthcare, to assist transgender or gender nonconforming clients in finding resources and care, to understanding the impact of trauma...I could give a million examples."
"I have my Masters in Public Health and I'm currently working as a medical case manager for the Cascade AIDS Project. Who knows what the future holds!"