OLS 102 Human Sexuality • 2 Cr.
Explores sexual attitudes, beliefs, and stereotypes within the context of the students immediate environment. Students examine adult lifestyles, sexual relationships, reproduction, and responsible sexual behavior. Prerequisite: OLS 107, 110, 111 and Acceptance into the program.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- • Describe the concepts of sex and sexuality (heterosexual, gay/lesbian) and cultural views
- • Identify the male and female reproductive organs
- • Discuss the concepts of dating and marriage
- • Identify the benefits of and reasons for abstinence
- • Define and describe various sexually transmitted diseases and methods of prevention
- • Describe methods of birth control, the limitations and uses of birth control
- • Discuss pregnancy options and stages related to pregnancy, abortion and adoption
- • Identify the components of sexual abuse and how to prevent it
- • Define sexual harassment in the school and workplace, and how to avoid it
- Spring 2014 (current quarter)