Course Descriptions SSCI
SOCIAL SCIENCE (SSCI)
Updated for 2013-2014
SSCI 101 Self-Development (3)
This course will increase students’ awareness and acceptance of their own personal and cultural values and background, develop learning strategies and communication skills, and address personal attitudes and barriers so as to provide opportunity for educational success. This course is repeatable. Rec Preparation: ENG 18 and 19 or equivalent
SSCI 130 Human Sexuality (3)
A survey of various aspects of human sexuality, academic and personal. Resource persons, films and reading will be used to examine human sexual functions, behavior and attitudes with emphasis on contemporary research and thought in the fields of anthropology, economics, philosophy, physiology, sociology, psychology, ethics and religion.
Prerequisite: ENG 21 or ENG 22 with a grade of C or better or equivalent.
SSCI 197 Campus Involvement Seminar (1)
This course will provide hands-on learning exercises centered on developing skills needed for participating in a campus organization which include communication, teamwork, service, leadership and ethical decision-making. Students may also find these skills useful in their off-campus affiliations.