PSY 161 Human Sexuality

Credit Hours: 
3.00
Course Description: 

Designed to help students evaluate their own attitudes, feelings, and beliefs about sexuality and compare them to those held by others. Frank, open discussions and explicit visual materials cover historical and contemporary issues related to the physiological, emotional, cultural and legal implications of sexuality with emphasis on the expanding research that is contributing to serious intellectual inquiry.

Prerequisites: 
PSY 131 with C grade or higher
Co-requisites: 
None