PSY 379 - Human Sexuality
Sexuality is central to our identity as human beings. This course introduces students to physiological, developmental and sociocultural factors in human sexuality. Students are exposed to a diversity of perspectives on sexuality, including evolutionary, theological, religious and political perspectives. It also covers attraction, arousal, orientation and sexual disorders. The primary objectives are for students to become more well-informed about their sexual identities, to evaluate how sexuality is depicted in the media and to understand issues about sexuality in the national discourse. Designed for Degree Completion.