Human Sexuality Minor
College of Education, Health, and Human Services
304 White Hall
The Human Sexuality minor gives students an opportunity to study a range of issues—basic, in-depth and controversial—including women’s health, HIV/AIDS and the teaching of sexuality in age- and developmentally appropriate ways. The flexible nature of the minor allows students to design their program to align with their interests and primary study.
|HUMAN SEXUALITY MINOR REQUIREMENTS (21 credits)|
|44025||Women's Health Issues||3|
|44544||Sexuality Education Programs||3|
|46057||Advanced Human Sexuality||3|
|47070||AIDS: Issues, Education, Prevention||3|
The human sexuality minor may not be chosen by students majoring in school health education or in community health education.
Minimum 2.50 GPA in the minor required for graduation.