PSYC 316. Human Sexuality

This course will offer a broad view of human sexuality from multidisciplinary perspectives: the psychological, biological, sociological and historical.  Topics will include research methods in the area of sexuality, human sexual anatomy, response, motivations, variations, reproduction, and basic sexological vocabulary, gender differences, developmental issues, and current and emerging theories and controversies regarding gender identity, sexual orientation, and the treatment approaches for sexual dysfunctions and other sexual problems. 
Offered: On Occasion
Credits: 3
Prerequisite: PSYC 101