Anatomical and physiological bases of human sexuality; biological and cultural aspects of sexual differentiation and psychosexual development, contraception, venereal disease, and sexual lifestyles.
- Biological background
- Menstrual cycle
- Male development
- Female development
- Sexual response
- Fertility management
- Sexually transmitted Disease
- HIV and AIDS
- Sexual dysfunction
- Studying sexual behavior
- Social Issues
Course Satisfies SAS Core Curriculum Learning Goals
1.Natural Sciences (NS): Understand and apply basic principles and concepts in the physical or biological sciences.
2. Natural Sciences (NS): Explain and be able to assess the relationship among assumptions, method, evidence, arguments, and theory in scientific analysis.
Course Satisfies Learning Goals
1. To develop academic skills that will provide a foundation for success in advanced courses, gate-keeper standardized tests, graduate or professional school, and life-long learning.
2. To acquire the appropriate factual and conceptual knowledge that provides student with a foundation on which they can further their immediate education and to manage a career.
Exams, Assignments, and Grading Policy
Your final grade will reflect collective performance during the entire semester. There are a total of 400 points (see below for breakdown). Hourly exams will comprise 50% of the final grade. There will be three hourly exams with the lowest score dropped. The final exam will be cumulative and comprise the remaining 50% of the final grade. The hourly and final exams will be comprised of multiple choice questions.
Hourly Exams (2/3) 200
Final Exam 200
Total for Course 400
Extra Credit: None
Scaling: Grades are scaled based on the relative performance of students to each other.
Text: Human Reproductive Biology
If this course is closed, please use the following link to add your name to the Wait List Sign Up for Spring 2023 Courses . If you have any questions, please contact the Division of Life Sciences - Office of Undergraduate Instruction at 848-445-2075 or visit our office at Nelson Biological Laboratories B112, Busch Campus.
Dr. Anthony Uzwiak
** All information is subject to change at the discretion of the course coordinator.