Presents an overview of the role and scope of sexuality in human life. Considers biological, anthropological, psychological and sociological aspects of sexuality. This course is intended as a survey and exploration of the basic nature of sexuality, from its physiological bases to its interpersonal ramifications. A major emphasis is placed upon mastering basic information in the natural sciences, intending to provide both the factual basis and the conceptual framework necessary for responsible citizenship. Not applicable to majors in biology or health sciences. Three hours lecture and one hour discussion per week. Prerequisites: None. This course earns one GEP towards Goal 5 Natural Sciences in general education and two GEP towards Goal 10 Citizenship in general education. Prerequisites: None.