BMS 136 - Biology Of Human Sexuality

Biological aspects of human sexuality. Fundamental principles and current research focused on the anatomy and physiology of reproductive systems, hormonal control of reproduction, diversity of sexual responses, sexual arousal, basic genetics and heredity, early human development, pregnancy, birth, causes and treatments of infertility, sexually transmitted infections, contraception, age-related changes in sexual function and behavior, sexual dysfunction and comparative sexual behaviors.

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  • Title: BMS 136 Biology Of Human Sexuality
  • CRN: 31000
  • Instructor: Blakely Barron
  • Section Corequisites: NONE
  • Bldg/Room: EBS 301 Earth and Biological Sciences

  • Meeting Time
    T R 09:35am - 10:55am S 301 Earth and Biological Sciences 08/28/23 12/16/23
    Seating Availability
    Waitlist Availability
    Capacity Taken Available Capacity Taken Available
    50 23 27 8 0 8
    Critical Dates for this Course
    Term: Fall 2023
    Last day to add class: 09-SEP-2023
    Last day to drop with an enrollment refund: 09-SEP-2023
    Last day to drop without a "W": 10-SEP-2023
    Last day to drop with a "W": 27-OCT-2023

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