Taught by Dr. Y. Du Bois Williams
This course is designed to cover a full spectrum of health issues in human sexuality and will address psychological, physiological, social, developmental spiritual, and interpersonal factors involved in human sexuality. Its goals are to provide objective information, to develop research interests in this field, to highlight the most recemt develoments, literature, and discoveries in this area, and to promote sexual health at all levels: psychological, physiological, emotional, spiritual, and interpersonal. The major emphasis will be to inspire healthy decision making throughout the lifespan of each student and their families as well as among their significant others. We will expect to offer this course periodically.
Pre-requisites: PSYC 1010, PSYC 2020, 2511, 2512, MATH 1020 OR STAT 2010
Fulfills: an elective for all majors in Arts and Science, Pharmacy, and Graduate School
For more information: Du Bois Williams and Lisa Schulte
Course begins: Fall 2004