PSY 208 Human Sexuality
Addresses a variety of psychological issues on the topic of human sexuality. Focuses on the psychological, biological, social, cultural, and ethical forces that impact one's sexuality. Topics may include the status of sex research, love, attraction and intimacy, variations in sexual practice, and the legal aspects of sexuality. The focus will be on critical thinking and analysis of the information presented. A seminar format will be used, and students will be expected to prepare for and contribute to discussions. The course will contain open discussion of sexuality and sexually explicit film and readings.
Prerequisite(s): PSY 101.