The following report is the latest addition to a continuing series of reports on graduate opportunities in Women's Studies, of which the first two reports may be found in the Fall 1978 (Vol. VI, No. 4) and Winter 1979 (Vol . VII, No. 1) issues of the Women's Studies Newsletter.
Women's Studies Programs offering graduate degrees were asked to respond to the following questions:
1. What is the curricular shape and major emphasis of your program? How flexible is it? How many (and which) credits and other requirements must be completed for the degree? Name your degree(s).
2. What kinds of students are you interested in? What are your official (and unofficial) requirements and expectations of students? Provide relevant information about application deadlines, interviews, etc.
3. What is the cost of your program? Are forms of financial aid or teaching assistantships available? Is housing available or especially difficult or expensive to obtain?
4. Can you estimate the number of graduates of your program, as of Summer 1979, and can you describe what they have gone on to do?