SOCI320 : Gender and Sexuality Studies

The course provides an introduction to human gender and sexuality. Students will explore the psycho-social and cultural aspects of gender, gender identification, sexuality, and sexual orientations. Throughout the course, students will examine related topics including legal and ethical issues, relationships, inequalities, LGBTQ social movements, and cross-cultural perspectives. Additionally, students will study how gender and sexuality intersect with race, ethnicity, class, religion, region and age.

Prerequisites

PSYC121 Introduction to Psychology or PSYC201 Human Growth & Development or SOCI101 Introduction to Sociology.

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Credits

3