COH319 Human Sexuality
Lead Faculty: Dr. David Adesanya
An exploration of the biological, psychological and sociological aspects of human sexuality. Development of a personal sexual philosophy, informed personal choice, awareness, tolerance and respect for sexual diversity. Critical analysis of research, information and public policy regarding sexuality.
- Differentiate the structures and functions of the human reproductive systems
- Examine human sexual development from fetal life through old age including gender identity development and sexual orientation
- Contrast healthy human sexual relationships and behaviors with sexual problems,disorders and interpersonal abuse
- Compare contemporary methods to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmissable infections
- Distinguish the stages of fetal development, pregnancy and childbirth
- Examine the history of policy and regulation to control sexuality including pornography, prostitution, sexual assault and marriage
- Evaluate a contemporary public health issue related to sexuality
- Appraise their own sexual health throughout their lifespan.