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University Graduate
School 2004-2005
Academic Bulletin

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Human Sexuality

The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction and the Interdepartmental Graduate Committee on Human Sexuality
Bloomington

Departmental E-mail
kinsey@indiana.edu

Departmental URL
www.indiana.edu/~kinsey

Faculty

(An asterisk [*] denotes associate membership in University Graduate School faculty.)

Co-Chairpersons
Professor William Yarber (Applied Health Science) and Adjunct Assistant Professor Cynthia Graham* (Clinical Psychology, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis)

Professors
John Bancroft (Kinsey Institute), Alan Bell (Emeritus, Education), Dyan Elliott (History), Paul Gebhard (Emeritus, Anthropology), Sumie Jones (East Asian Languages and Cultures), Noretta Koertge (Emerita, History and Philosophy of Science), David H. Smith (Emeritus, Religious Studies), Martin Weinberg (Sociology), Colin Williams (Sociology, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis)

Associate Professors
Gracia Clark* (Anthropology), Stephanie Kane (Criminal Justice), Jean Robinson (Political Science), Stephanie Sanders (Kinsey Institute Gender Studies), Beverly Stoeltje (Communication and Culture Folklore)

Adjunct Assistant Professor Cynthia Graham*, Psychology Building 365, (812) 855-9782

Academic Advisor
rofessor William Yarber, Health, Physical Education and Recreation Building 142, (812) 855-7974

Ph.D. Minor in Human Sexuality

This minor is co-directed by the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction and the Interdepartmental Graduate Committee on Human Sexuality. The Human Sexuality Program offers a doctoral minor of 15 credits from related interdisciplinary subject areas. It is intended for students currently enrolled in a doctoral program, such as counseling, education, health behavior, psychology, or sociology. Students should select an advisor for this minor from members of the Interdepartmental Graduate Committee, listed above, or from affiliated faculty. One core course is required, with the remaining hours being selected from other courses listed below, upon consent of the student's minor area faculty advisor.

The program provides a basic yet broad overview of human sexuality. The behavioral, biological, cultural, and social components of sexuality are examined, including the study of the role of sexuality in the arts and public policy. The program will be particularly useful for persons entering fields involving the social and behavioral sciences, education, health science and medicine, counseling and therapy, nursing, social work, humanities, criminal justice, and public policy.

Students interested in the Ph.D. Minor in Human Sexuality should check the Web site for current information about the minor, course offerings, and a list of affiliated faculty. All students intending to complete the minor should contact Professor William Yarber, Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Building 142, (812) 855-7974 or Adjunct Assistant Professor Cynthia Graham, Department of Psychology, Room 365, (812) 855-9782.

Courses

Required Core Courses

(one of the following two courses is required)

Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
H555 Issues in Human Sexuality and Health (3 cr.)

Psychology
P657 Human Sexuality (3 cr.)

Electives

(12 credits required)

Anthropology
E600 Seminar in Cultural and Social Anthropology (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
E617 African Women (3 cr.)
P600 Seminar in Prehistoric Archaeology (3 cr.)

Biology
L500 Independent Study (cr. arr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

Comparative Literature
C546 Sexuality and the Arts (3 cr.)
C574 Japanese-Western Studies (4 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

Communication and Culture
C626 Studies in Contemporary Communication (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
C700 Research (cr. arr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

Criminal Justice
P680 Seminar: Issues in Criminal Justice (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

East Asian Languages and Cultures
E505 Topics in East Asian Studies (2-4 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

Education
G567 Introduction to Marriage and Family Counseling (3 cr.)
G672 Human Sexuality: An Introduction to Therapy (3 cr.)

Folklore
F750 Performance Studies (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

Gender Studies
G601 Survey of Contemporary Research in Gender Studies: The Social and Behavioral Sciences (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

G602 Survey of Contemporary Research in Gender Studies: The Humanities (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

G695 Graduate Readings and Research in Gender Studies (1-6 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

G701 Graduate Topics in Gender Studies (3-4 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
H515 Human Sexuality Education in Schools (3 cr.)
H540 Practicum in College Sex Education (3 cr.)

H641 Readings in Health Education (1-5 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

H740 Research in Health Behavior (1-10 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

History
H575 Graduate Readings in History (cr. arr.) May count toward minor when topic relates to human sexuality.

H610 Colloquium: Medieval European History (4 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

History and Philosophy of Science
X600 Advanced Readings Course (cr. arr.) May count toward minor when topic relates to human sexuality.

X756 Special Topics in the Philosophy of Science (2-5 cr.) May count toward minor when topic relates to human sexuality.

Kinsey Institute
K690 Sexual Science Research Seminar (1-3 cr.)
K691 Practicum in Sex Therapy and Counseling (3 cr.)

Law
B753 AIDS and the Law (3 cr.)

Political Science
Y657 Comparative Politics (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

Y675 Political Philosophy (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

Y681 Readings in Comparative Politics (1-4 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

Y689 Readings in Political Theory and Methods (1-4 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

Psychology
P657 Topical Seminar (cr. arr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

Religious Studies
R590 Directed Readings in Religious Studies (1-6 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

Sociology
S526 The Sociology of Human Sexuality (3 cr.) Offered at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.

S660 Advanced Topics (2-6 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

S700 Topical Seminar (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

S864 Readings in Sociology (cr. arr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

S866 Research in Sociology (cr. arr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

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