Explores sexual behavior and sexual attitudes of individuals throughout the lifespan. It examines ways in which an individual’s perceptions, learning, motivation and personality, along with cultural factors such as gender, ethnicity, religion and socioeconomic status shape his or her sexual attitudes and behaviors. Students will learn to critically analyze, reflect upon and evaluate different theoretical perspectives from psychology as well as from the related sciences.
PSYC 202 - Human Sexuality
Credit Hours: 3
- Fulfills American/Global Diversity