PSY 310 — Human Sexuality
The biological, social, and psychological aspects of human sexual behavior are studied in the context of contemporary American society. Emphasis is placed on research methods and findings relative to human sexual behavior. Topics discussed will typically include: the development of sexuality, the formation of attachments, the varieties of sexual expression, sexual problems and their treatment, and legal aspects of human sexual behavior.
Requirements and Prerequisites
Prerequisites: junior or senior status
Offered in alternate years