GS 290 Understanding Our World: American Social and Cultural Life (Betty Trout-Kelly) This course will examine various historical and contemporary aspects of American social and cultural life with an emphasis on diversity and an examination of the intersection of race, class, gender, sexuality, religion, ability and other identifiers.
GS 490 Sexual Violence (Sarah Koon-Magnin)
This course focuses on sexual violence. Although this course focuses on this phenomenon primarily in the United States, sexual violence as a broader global construct will also be discussed. This course will incorporate perspectives from several disciplines including criminal justice, gender studies, psychology, and sociology. Credit cannot be received for both GS 490 and CJ 390 Sexual Violence.
SY 200 Social Factors in Sexual Behavior (Marc Matre) An analysis of social patterns in sexual behavior including theories of sexuality and gender, gender similarities and differences in sexual behavior, sexual orientation, sexual violence, teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.
SY 220 Marriage & the Family (Palileo; McAfee) The organization, function, and present status of the family, primarily in the United States. Problems of mate selection, marital adjustment, and parent-child relations treated on the basis of recent and current social change.