Human Sexuality

The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences offers a BA and BGS in Human Sexuality and minors in Women's Studies and Human Sexuality. The Human Sexuality Program fosters the interdisciplinary study of women, gender, and sexuality, through a rich multicultural and internationally informed academic environment. Human Sexuality seeks to produce intellectually rigorous, analytical and creative work that embodies the perspective of gender and sexuality in its local and global dimensions through teaching, research, and outreach activities.

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Social and Human Services: Involves seeking out and connecting clients with the information, materials, and resources they need to cope with and overcome challenges in their lives. 

Human Resources: Deals with personnel management issues such as compensation, hiring, performance management, and training.

Law: Involves the interpretation and enforcement of the laws in our legal system to minimize, prevent, punish or remedy the actions of individuals which damage or threaten the environment, public health and safety.  

Writing: Allows individuals to express themselves through communication and provide entertainment and/or provide necessary or informative information the public through a variety of resources such as books, magazines, newspapers, or websites.

  • Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations Firms
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Community Health Centers
  • Corporations: Human Resources
  • Domestic Violence Centers
  • Educational Institutions, especially Higher Education Administration and Women's Centers
  • Law Firms
  • Local, State, and Federal Government Agencies
  • Newspapers and Magazines
  • Non-Profit Organizations
  • Self-Employed/Freelance Writing
  1. The field of Human Sexuality has expanded greatly in recent years. The focus has broaden to include social inequalities relating to gender race, class, and sexuality. Choosing an area of focus will help aid you in narrowing your career options.
  2. Become familiar with the required professional qualifications associated with careers that interest you (i.e., advanced degrees, licensure and/or certifications).
  3. Gain direct experience within the areas that interest you most through research projects, independent study, internships, part-time jobs, student organization involvement, or volunteering.
  4. Register for KU Career Connections and subscribe to the Internship Newsletter to receive automated weekly emails with specific internship information.
  5. Earn a minor or take additional coursework outside your major when relevant to your career goals. Some common minors that could be beneficial include psychology, public policy, business, or English.
  6. Maintain a strong GPA if you are considering pursuing graduate or professional school.
  7. Consider getting involved with a student organization at KU related to your area of interest, such as Women at KU, Amnesty International at KU, Sexuality Education Committee, and Queers and Allies at KU.

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