COURSE SCHEDULE: This course is 13 classes in duration. The schedule may change during the course of the term but in such cases this will be discussed in class and/or BlackboardCLASSTOPICOTHER DETAILSClass 1May 2Sexuality in PerspectiveChapter 1 (and a bit of Chapter 3)Class 2May 4Sex Research Chapter 3 (You should read “Would you Say youHad Sex If…?” and the quiz from Blackboard)Class 3May 9Sex Research continuedTheoretical Perspectives on SexualityChapter 3 continued and Chapter 2Class 4May 11Theoretical Perspectives on Sexuality continued; Sexual AnatomyChapter 2 continued and Chapter 4Class 5May 16Sex Hormones, Sexual Differentiation, andMenstruationChapter 5Class 6May 18Sexual Response Part 1Chapter 9 (pp. 225-245)May 23VICTORIA DAYNO CLASS TODAYClass 7May 25MIDTERM TEST(Chapters 1-5, 9 part 1)NO CLASS AFTER TESTTERM PAPER DUE MAY 27Class 8May 30Sexuality and the Life Cycle: AdulthoodAttraction, Love, and CommunicationChapter 11Chapter 12Class 9June 01Sexual OrientationChapter 14Class 10June 06Sexual CoercionChapter 16Class 11June 08Sex for SaleSexual Disorders and Sex TherapyChapter 17Chapter 18Class 12June 13Sexual Response Part 2Chapter 9 (pp. 245-263)Class 13June 15FINAL EXAM(Chapters 11, 12, 14, 16-18, 9 part 2)NO CLASS AFTER EXAM
PLAGIARISM:The Ryerson Student Code of Academic Conduct defines plagiarism and the sanctions against studentswho plagiarize. All Chang School students are strongly encouraged to go to the academic integritywebsite at and complete the tutorial on plagiarism.The University has subscribed to the Turnitin service which helps professors identify internetplagiarism and helps students maintain academic integrity. The work submitted by students in thiscourse will be submitted to Turnitin. Students who do not want their work submitted to this plagiarismdetection service must, by the end of the second class, consult with the instructor to make alternatearrangements.ACADEMIC INTEGRITY:Ryerson University and The Chang School are committed to the principles of academic integrity asoutlined in the Student Code of Academic Conduct. Students are strongly encouraged to review thestudent guide to academic integrity, including penalties for misconduct, on the academic integritywebsite at and the Student Code of Academic Conduct at.COURSE REPEATS:Academic Council GPA policy prevents students from taking a course more than three times. Forcomplete GPA policy see Policy No. 46 at .RYERSON ACADEMIC POLICIES:For more information on Ryerson’s academic policies, visit the Academic Council website at.