Course DescriptionDevelop and promote greater personal awareness and social understanding within the area of human sexuality. Analyse the behavioural and cultural aspects of human sexuality, and its biological aspects (including sexual anatomy and physiology, and sexual arousal and response). Gain a greater understanding of one's own sexuality, and a sensitivity and acceptance of others' sexual attitudes and behaviors. Explore the history of sexuality, sexual arousal and response, gender identity and roles, attraction, love, relationships, intimacy, contraception, abortion, lifespan issues around sexuality, STIs, atypical sexual variations, sexual coercion and commercial sex.
Applies to the following Programs
- General Arts and Science - 230 : Program of Studies / Mandatory Courses