Gender and Globalization

College of Arts and Sciences

Program Description

This program will prepare you to be an involved global citizen and to work in a range of organizations that are increasingly involved with issue of gender inequality and globalization. Through the required coursework for this micro-credential, you will learn about how gender inequality shapes global patterns of migration, education, economics, politics and development, as well as how women have responded to global challenges around climate change, violence, conflict and human rights abuses within specific countries and areas. Coursework will help you to think critically about power, inequality and marginalization within a global context. 

Program Contact

Marla Segol
1023 Clemens Hall


  • Undergraduate

Who is Eligible

  • Both UB and Non-UB students

Credit or Non-Credit

  • For Credit

Instruction Method

  • In Person (no courses offered online)

Average Time to Completion

  • Two Semesters

Skills Obtained*

  • Communication
  • Critical Thinking
  • Equity and Inclusion
  • Leadership
  • Teamwork