Study plan Bachelor's Degree in Socio-Cultural Gender Studies


  • Explain the history of gender relations, the significance of differences and how inequalities are generated in the process of globalisation.
  • Interpret the inequalities that affect gender in relation to sexuality, class, ethnic group and geographical location on the basis of sociocultural analysis methods and perspectives.
  • Interpret the basic ideas of feminist theory.
  • Identify the basic legal principles, legislation and case law related to the rights of groups affected by gender inequalities.
  • Form an opinion on relevant issues related to gender, based on significant data on human beings’ psychological make-up and on physical and social environments.
  • Identify the different types, contexts and expressions of patriarchal violence related to the structural factors underpinning inequality, stigma and violence.
  • Understand the impact of gender policies and equality and equity plans in institutions, companies and public, private and non-governmental organisations.
  • Establish a relationship between feminist theory and educational theory in order to draw conclusions from pedagogical models and socio-educational action.


  • Question gender representations in the history of ideas, arts and culture, as well as in the construction of scientific knowledge.
  • Analyse the main discursive tools for building and expressing gender identities, whilst taking into account linguistic and social variation.
  • Apply socio-cultural knowledge of gender issues to the detection of bias in reports and plans produced by health centres and psychological care services.
  • Propose corrective actions for violence triggered by different types and degrees of discrimination based on sex, gender and sexual orientation.
  • Designing socio-educational actions that help promote citizen participation in matters related to equality.
  • Apply the quantitative and qualitative methods, techniques and tools used in social research to gender studies.
  • Include the gender perspective in the analysis and evaluation of equality policies in the economic (budgets, organisation, structural inequality) and employment (salaries, promotions and work-life balance) spheres, as well as in the preparation of reports on potential intervention in these areas.
  • Propose inclusive discourses and communication practices in audiovisual media and educational settings, from a standpoint of gender equity.
  • Use both quantitative and qualitative data and documentary sources related to the field of gender studies with a critical eye.
  • Debate your own and other people's ideas, both orally and in writing, in a respectful, critical and reasoned manner, using the correct, non-homophobic and non-sexist terminology.


  • Propose changes to methods and processes in the fields of gender studies and feminist studies in order to provide innovative solutions to society's needs and demands.
  • Identify the social and economic impact and the sustainability of equality policies.
  • Act with ethical responsibility and respect for fundamental rights and duties, diversity and democratic values in the field of socio-cultural gender studies.
  • Evaluate sex and gender inequalities from a non-androcentric perspective in all assignments and projects . 
  • Propose inclusive procedures in educational and communicative environments that contribute to eradicating homophobic, biphobic or transphobic assumptions, stereotypes, manifestations or attitudes.
  • Work cooperatively in multidisciplinary and mixed teams, and assume and respect each role and the diversity of each group.
  • Demonstrate the ability to work autonomously, be self-analytical and self-critical.