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

Study guides

The information currently available corresponds to the subjects offered during the 2023/24 academic year. If you wish to consult the information included in a study guide not found on the list, please visit the Digital Repository of Documents. The complete information of all the subjects of the Degree can be consulted in the Study Plan and timetables section.

The information on the languages used in each subject can be found in the study guide for each subject.

1st year

 105786 - Anti-discrimination Law (2022-23)

 105791 - Education and Gender (2022-23)

 105793 - History of Feminism in Education (2022-23)

 105795 - Tools for Social Analysis (2022-23)

 105801 - Feminist Theory and Criticism (2022-23)

 105798 - Language and Gender (2022-23)

 105800 - Principles of Gender Theory (2022-23)

2nd year

 105787 - International and European Protection of Women's Rights

 105815 - Cultural Studies with a Gender Perspective

 105804 - Economics and Gender Inequality

 105797 - Gender and the Media

 105788 - Gender Relations in Law

 105807 - Gender Sociology

 105792 - Gender, Families and Educational Institutions

 105808 - Identity, Difference and Inequality

 105805 - Labour Relations, Labour Rights and Gender

 105819 - Psychology, Health and the Gender System

3rd year

 105821 - Bachelor's Degree Final Project

 105796 - Bases for the Design of Socioeducational Intervention Projects and Equality Plans

 105812 - Gender, Spaces and Daily Life

 105802 - Science and Gender

 105822 - Work Placement

Optional

 105813 - Crime and Women

 105799 - Gender and Advertising Discourse

 105810 - Gender Relations in non-Western Societies

 105811 - Globalisation and Gender (2022-23)

 105809 - Interdisciplinary Seminar

 105814 - Machismo Violence (2022-23)

 105820 - Socioaffective Violence and Psychological Health

 105817 - Sociocultural Representations of Masculinity

 105816 - The Body as a Cultural Archive

 105803 - Women's Contemporary History