SWG 330 - Human Sexualities3 hours This course uses inter-disciplinary frameworks to explore historical and contemporary understandings of sexuality. This perspective deepens our understandings of human sexualities, encouraging the examination of a wide range of human sexual experiences across cultures and the history of our species. We use the biopsychosocial framework to address some of the basics of our anatomy and physiology. We use social science theories and research to explore norms and values, behaviors, actions, desires, and identities and to assess how our social and cultural ideas of human sexuality and identities are shaped.Listed also as SOC 330
Prerequisite(s): SOC 230 or SWG 200 or consent of the instructor.