WRRC offers certificate courses during summers on gender-related topics for students, faculty and interested women from the civil society.
A course 'Women in Development' is offered across the board to all the students at the graduate level. Successful completion of this course is mandatory to qualify for the Master's degree.
Another course Gender, Youth and Development, is also offered to all the students at undergraduate level and the successful completion of this course is mandatory to qualify for the Bachelor's degree.
- Four Taught Courses:
- Research-based Thesis
MS in Higher Education Leadership and Management
Women Research and Resource Centre has initiated an M.Phil-HELM program in collaboration with Institute of Education, University of London, UK. MS-HELM classes commenced at Fatima Jinnah Women University from October 16, 2007. This specialized professional MS program aims to build a culture for women that enables them to take on leadership roles in Higher Education in the 21st century. It is for mid-career level women who are planning to move ahead in Higher Education to take up positions of informed decision-making that may impact policy planning.
M.Phil-HELM comprises two elements:
Gender & Education, Leadership and Management, Gender & Research and Higher Education in the Twenty-first Century
The minimum period of registration for the completion of the course for part-time students is 2 years. There is one entry date for the M.Phil-HELM program in September and the taught courses are offered once each year. Each module and thesis will be worth 6 credits.