HSCI-221 Sexual Health Issues
Spring for 2017-2018
Faculty:
This is a survey course that examines the basic foundations of human sexuality, incorporating topical issues of interest and importance. The course will discuss the psychosocial impact of human sexuality on individuals and society. Students are encouraged to develop and maintain a personal philosophy concerning sexual decision-making and behavior. The course will include the biological, developmental, and scientific aspects of human sexuality. One credit of this course is a service-learning requirement. Students will apply what they learn to design and implement a sexual health promotion program for the Georgetown University community.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: Sophomore, Junior or Senior status
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