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This 3-credit course focuses on how sexuality, gender, and culture impact the process of developing and maintaining human intimate relationships of friendship and love. Students will understand how various dynamics impact relationships such as attraction, communication, interdependency, power, stress, and conflict. Students will be able to apply knowledge to better understand and assess clients in the human services field and also be able to apply knowledge and skills to their own lives in developing their identity in their own relationships.

Program: Sexuality and Gender Studies

Credit: 3

Other Courses

SGS-512

Seminar II: Project…

This 1-credit course will prepare students for conducting…

Sexuality and Gender Studies

Credits 1

SGS-513

Seminar III: Creative…

This is a 1-3 credit course, depending on…

Sexuality and Gender Studies

Credits 1-3

SGS-520

Internship in Sexuality…

The Internship in Sexuality and Gender Studies is…

Sexuality and Gender Studies

Credits 3

SGS-530

Theoretical Perspectives on…

In this interdisciplinary course, students will be introduced…

Sexuality and Gender Studies

Credits 3

SGS-595

Special Topics

Special Topics in the discipline. Students may enroll…

Sexuality and Gender Studies

Credits 1-5

SGS-501

Introduction to Sexuality…

This 3 credit course will provide an introduction…

Sexuality and Gender Studies

Credits 3