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PS 403 Human Sexuality

The course will not be meeting on campus, but the synchronous times/days of this course will continue. Please contact Shelly Sylvester for further information

Exploration of the nature of human sexuality and related research.  Gender, attraction, love, relationships, behavioural patterns and disorders will be explored from biopsychosocial and theological standpoints.  The class will emphasize considerations of diversity, development of critical thinking, responsible decicision-making, and sexual health. Lectures will include discussion and activities that are connected to the readings from the course text and assigned readings.