HHP 103 Understanding Human Sexuality
A course designed to develop and expand current information about human sexuality in a practical manner. The course will present facts and statistics about anatomy and physiology, gender, sexual orientation, reproduction, sexually transmitted infections, contraception, sexual growth and development, relationships and sexual communication, sexual health, commercialization of sex and sexual coercion.
Prerequisite(s): HHP 015 Health and Wellness.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)
A course designed to enable students to develop a concept of total health and fitness such that the student can attain a degree of physical well-being consonant with each student's unique abilities. The experiences in this course will focus on maintaining physical activity across the entire life span in order to promote life-long physical well-being. Specific topics include nutrition, cardiovascular endurance, body composition, muscular strength and endurance, muscular flexibility, behavior modification, stress management, and disease prevention.
(Normally offered each semester.)