HS 304F — Reproductive and Sexual Health and Development

Meets for one-half semester and yields half-course credit.

This course examines how the relationship between reproductive & sexual health and development is made clear in the Millennium Development Goals. Students explore, from a gendered perspective, development approaches beginning with family planning and moving through the shift to reproductive rights; acquiring a critical perspective to conceptualize and evaluate development initiatives in the area of reproductive & sexual health. Usually offered every year.