The program at UCLA is pretty good. It's somewhat unusual in having a strong emphasis on LGBT studies. I know several people in the department and can go more in depth via PM if you want more info. Its gender/sexuality law offerings (possibly of interest to you?) are also somewhat unusual.
I'm surprised Michigan didn't make your list...it's definitely one of the best, if not *the* best for gender studies. (David Halperin! Catharine MacKinnon! So many great scholars.)
Lots of other good ones missing too -- Emory, Duke, OSU, UW, and Maryland are probably the most notable. If you're interested in gender only as a minor/secondary interest, you could add Cornell and Princeton.
Are you specifically interested in a MA/PhD program in gender studies, or would you be content with a PhD program in something else (e.g. literature or history) with a certificate or concentration in gender studies? Many of the schools on your list (Berkeley, Chicago, Yale, etc.) have great sex and gender offerings but have no MA/PhD programs in the subject.
Last edited by warblersrule; 11-06-2012 at 04:57 PM.