BIOL:020 Human Sexuality and Reproduction.
A science-based exploration of human sexuality and reproduction, which involves consideration of sexual anatomy, physiology, social norms, gender, perception and behavior. From a social science perspective, sexuality is a key organizing factor for cognition, emotion and relationships. Biologically, sexuality represents the means for propagating our species and serves important evolutionary and survival functions. It is a complex topic that requires broad integrated thinking across disciplines. Prerequisite: Junior standing. 4 SH. 3 lecture hours. 3 laboratory hours. CC: Diversity Intensive, Interdisciplinary and Scientific Explanations.