Thanks for your note. In my
experience, what is most important
about an undergraduate education
is the process of learning rather
than learning about a specific
topic. Looking at my work colleagues
and what they majored in, it
varies: english, religion, history,
art history, economics, etc...
Undergraduate years are really
meant to be multi-discipline
and, therefore, a time for you
to explore what you're interested
in and use it as a knowledge
base as well as a learning base.
So my suggestion is major what
interests/intriques you and
then just take classes in women's
studies. But that's only my
advice and I can say that while
it informs your future career
it won't predetermine it.