FMCH 5516 - Research in Human Sexuality
3-6 credits; year 3-4 elective for undergrad students, graduate students, residents
Description: Clinical and/or experimental research related to human sexuality. This elective is flexible according to the specific interests of the students and faculty and involves ongoing research projects.
FMCH 5555 - Sexual Counseling for Family Physicians
2 credits; prereq medical school completion
Offered twice each year; 1 day seminar
Description: Assessment of and therapy for sexual dysfunction problems that arise in clinical practice of primary care physicians. Required for psychiatry and family medicine residents.
FMCH 7585: Sexual Problems in Clinical Practice
Description: This course is for first-year medical students to prepare them to offer effective primary care for sexual concerns of patients. This care will consist of providing information and referring patients who require more specialized forms of care.
FMCH 5950 - Clinical Issues in Human Sexuality
3 cr; also offered to graduate students in health sciences, family social science, education, psychology
Instructor: Coleman, staff
Description: Clinical issues, assessment techniques, and treatment techniques pertaining to common sexual problems.
FMCH 5955 - Directed Study in Human Sexuality
1-15 credits; qualified students may register with permission of instructor for work on a tutorial basis as arranged