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Birds & Bees: Sexual Health 101
FYS 021, CRN 7906
Alysa Mozak & Lauren Berry
TR 3:30pm – 4:45pm

The purpose of this course is to explore human sexuality from cultural, social and health arenas. Recognizing the diverse range of previous sexuality education amongst incoming students, this course is intended to fill any gaps and provide a solid foundation based on unbiased, medically accurate, and evidence-based information from a scholarly standpoint. This course seeks to increase knowledge, build communication skills, help clarify personal values, and dispel myths regarding sexuality and relationships. Sexuality is a part of everyone’s lives, and this course takes a comprehensive approach to its education.

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