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JD\MA in Women`s History
While pursuing the MA in Women’s History – the first graduate degree of its kind – you are exposed to an expanding canon of literature on women’s history, feminist theories, and gender studies. You achieve proficiency in historical research and interpretation, and are encouraged to combine intense scholarship with activism, within your school communities and beyond.
The JD/MA in Women’s History degree requires the successful completion of 124 credits, 88 credits from Pace Law and 36 from Sarah Lawrence College. Ten credits from Sarah Lawrence can be applied to graduation from the Law School.