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Minor in Sexuality Studies for Undergraduate Students

The minor in Sexuality Studies is a cross-disciplinary exploration of human sexuality. Students who complete the minor gain a better understanding of human sexuality and acquire valuable background knowledge applicable to a wide variety of humanities and social science fields, and to careers in education, counseling, social work, service agencies, and public health.

Required courses (9 hours)

PSYS 482 Psychology of Sexuality

PH 365 Human Sexuality

SOCL 359 Sexuality and Society

Elective courses (9 hours)**

ANTH 343 Anthropology of Gender

BIOL 302 Human Biology

FACS 311 Family Relations*

FACS 495 Interpersonal Relationship Violence

ENG 360 Gay and Lesbian Literature

HIST 420 History of Sexuality

PHIL 201 Love and Friendship

PH 464 Women's Health

PH 468 Sexuality Education

SOCL 220 Marriage and the Family*

SOCL 355 Sociology of Gender

SOCL 466 Gender, Families, and Society


*Available by correspondence. Contact: WKU office of Independent Learning, Garrett Conference Center Room 101 270.745.4158
**Students may not apply more than 9 credit hours from one discipline toward the minor.


Contact :


Dr. Lance Hahn
Psychological Sciences
3033 Gary Ransdell Hall—WKU
Bowling Green, KY 42101


Dr. Jae Kim
Public Health
408E Science & Technology Hall—WKU
Bowling Green, KY 42101


Dr. Matt Pruitt
127 Grise Hall—WKU
Bowling Green, KY  42101




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 Last Modified 6/19/19