HSEX6001: Foundations of Human Sexuality

3 CreditsField StudyOnline Available

Foundations of Human Sexuality covers introductory topics in sexual and gender health, including professional ethics; anatomy and physiology; sexuality across the lifespan; the impact of culture and history; faith/religious traditions; sex, technology, and media; and sexuality and the law. Using readings, discussion forums, peer review, and an applied final project, students will explore the complex biopsycho sociocultural interactions that impact human sexuality.

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