PSY 310 - Human Sexuality (3)


A study of the psychological, biological, social, cultural, anthropological and ethical aspects of human sexuality. Students successfully completing this course will be able to critically discuss multiple domains of human sexuality from several theoretical and empirical perspectives. Furthermore, students will also demonstrate an increased awareness and appreciation of different views concerning sexuality in relation to one's gender, age, sexual orientation, and religious, racial and/or ethnic background.

Prerequisite: PSY 117  or permission.
Offered spring term.


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