PSY 208 Human Sexuality
3 credits, Fall and Spring
Focuses on the psychological, biological, social, cultural, and ethical forces that impact one’s sexuality. Emphasis is placed on research methodologies. Topics, such as the status of sex research, love, attraction and intimacy, variations in sexual practice and gender expressions, and legal implications, as well as the range of psychological alterations that affect one’s sexuality, will be introduced. Students should have a grasp on many topics related to human sexual functioning and be able to discuss sexual issues in a more open and knowledgeable manner by the end of the course.
Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C-" or better in PSY 101
General Education: Social Science