Program: Minor in Human Sexuality
The interdisciplinary minor in Human Sexuality is offered by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. The minor serves students with a special interest in this area because of its relation to their career plans (in counseling, teaching, scholarly research, etc.) as well as those who wish to take courses in this area as part of their liberal arts education. The minor also serves professionals who wish to augment present knowledge and skills in the area of human sexuality. Many courses in the program satisfy requirements or may be used as electives in several majors as well as in the Human Sexuality minor.
1. Lower Division (6 units)
2. Upper Division (15 units)
Note: When and if experimental courses are offered, the Program Coordinator will consider those appropriate for inclusion in the minor.
Five of the following courses (15 units):
ENGL 372 Eroticism in Literature (3)
HIST 351 History of Sexual Behavior (3)
PSY 452 Contemporary Issues in Human Sexuality (3)
PSY 498 Practicum in Psychology (3)
or SOC 498 Field Study (3)
or FCS 494 Supervised Field Study (3)
See Department of Sociology for substitutions and waivers.
Total Units in the Minor: 21
Coordinator: Scott Williams
Sequoia Hall (SQ) 200V
Coordinator: Karen Morgaine
Santa Susana Hall (SN) 321