Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies in Sexuality

Program Requirements

Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies in Sexuality (27 credits)

9

credits chosen from:

FFAR 290 HIV/AIDS: Cultural, Social and Scientific Aspects of the Pandemic (6.00)
SOCI 290 HIV/AIDS: Cultural, Social and Scientific Aspects of the Pandemic (6.00)
SSDB 220 Introduction to Theories of Sexuality (3.00)
SSDB 270 HIV/AIDS: Cultural, Social and Scientific Aspects of the Pandemic (6.00)

Note: The following courses are cross-listed:

FFAR 290 and SOCI 290 and SSDB 270

3

credits chosen from:

FASS 392 Queer Theory (3.00)
SSDB 390 Sexuality Theory in Historical Perspectives (3.00)

 

15

credits chosen from the following courses, or other appropriate courses approved by the Institute:

AHSC 312 Sexuality in Human Relations (3.00)
ANTH 375 Social Construction of Sexualities (3.00)
BIOL 200 Fundamentals of Human Biology (3.00)
ENGL 393 Gender and Sexuality in Literary Studies (3.00)
FASS 293 Sexual Representation in the Arts (3.00)
FASS 392 Queer Theory (3.00)
FMST 391 Sexual Representation in Cinema (3.00)
FMST 392 Queer Cinema I (3.00)
FMST 393 Queer Cinema II (3.00)
HIST 346 Sexuality in History (3.00)
RELI 380 Religion and Sexuality (3.00)
SOCI 375 Social Construction of Sexualities (3.00)
SSDB 275 Introduction to Sexuality Research (3.00)
SSDB 390 Sexuality Theory in Historical Perspectives (3.00)
SSDB 425 Ethics in Community Engagement (3.00)
SSDB 428 Independent Study (3.00)
SSDB 492 Seminar in Advanced Topics in Sexuality I (3.00)
SSDB 493 Seminar in Advanced Topics in Sexuality II (3.00)
WSDB 383 Lesbian Issues and Realities (3.00)
WSDB 384 Queer Feminism (3.00)
WSDB 385 Introduction to Trans Studies (3.00)
WSDB 386 Framing the Prostitute (3.00)

Note: The following courses are cross-listed:

ANTH 375 and SOCI 375

Notes

  • Several of the courses listed in this program are cross-listed. In cases where cross-listed courses appear, either version of the course may be applied towards the program requirements. Students may not, however, take both versions of a cross-listed course for credit.

 

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