Course Description: Basic concepts of human reproduction, contraception, pregnancy, abortion, and venereal disease; their relationship to health.
Course Objectives: This course is designed to provide students with a general, basic understanding of all aspects of sexuality. Emphasis is placed on material that individuals will use for sexual decision-making throughout their lives. Health-related issues include how sexually transmitted diseases, diseases of the reproductive organs, various contraceptive techniques and pregnancy may impact the overall well-being of an individual.
Format: 3 credits - 3 hours of lecture per week
Semesters Offered: Fall and Spring
Coordinator: T. Nett
Text: Dimensions of Human Sexuality, 6th ed., Byer, Shainberg and Galliano