Major Requirements

The CRGS curriculum uses an intersectional feminist analysis as well as social, environmental, and reproductive justice perspectives to examine and address some of the major issues of our time. Courses introduce prominent debates in critical social theory and provide students with the opportunity to engage intersectional analysis to examine gendered, racialized, and/or sexualized relations in a transnational context. CRGS courses equip students with strong critical thinking, writing, and leadership skills. Further, multiple internship options allow students to put theory into practice and to connect their campus experience to a broader community involvement.


For current program information, please visit the Cal Poly Humboldt CRGS Catalog. Download the CRGS Course Rotation and Major Pathway document.

Visit the CRGS Course Rotation guide, the Women's Studies Rotation guide, and the Ethnic Studies Rotation guide to see when classes will be offered.