2019-2020 Catalog Summer Update [Archived]

PSY 170 Human Sexuality

(Contact Hours: 3) This course is an introduction to the biological, psychological and social aspects of human sexuality. Topics to be covered include sexual development, male and female anatomy and physiology, the sexual responses cycle, sexual health and diseases, pregnancy, contraception, abortion issues, sexual gender orientation issues, intimate relationships, sexual dysfunction, and sexual abuse. Recommended prerequisite: Reading -- SAT: 22, Accuplacer: 53, NextGen Accuplacer: 248, ACT: 14, or COMPASS: 65, or ENG 099, or TRS 096 and either TRS 104 or TRS 105. Minimum benchmarks will be enforced.

Credits

3