Academic Year: 2013 - 2014
Focuses on male sexual and reproductive health across the lifespan and explores the meaning of masculinity and the impact of masculine beliefs on males’ sexual and reproductive health and healthcare use. Students critique the literature and explore methods to design interventions working within a masculinity framework to improve males’ sexual and reproductive health outcomes.
Student Evaluation: 2 Credits: Students will take turns leading a dicussion. In addition, students will be evaluated on their preparation and participation in class dicussions.
Enrollment Minimum: 8
Enrollment Maximum: 15
Enrollment Restriction: Consent required for undergraduates.
Grading Restriction: Letter Grade or Pass/Fail
Catalog Subcommittee Actions: Credit, CoInstructor1, .10/15/2013; Credit, CourseOfferRationaleNote, LearningMaterial, WaitList, .08/06/2013;
Special Comments: Course is held in departmental space.