Master en Sexología, Terapia Sexual y Género
This course is designed to provide you with specialist knowledge and skills in the area of sexology. You will examine recent research that deals with the biological, psychological and social aspects of human sexuality, and you´ll also study various research methods.
Upon graduation, you should be able to integrate this specialisation into your professional discipline, and be conversant in the key aspects of sexology as a public health issue.
Media material of a sexually graphic nature is used in this course.
Australian & NZ Students
A recognised degree in a related health profession such as medical, social work or welfare studies, theology, education, health promotion, health sciences, psychology, sociology, anthropology, or biological sciences.
Minimum English language entry requirements:
IELTS ACADEMIC (INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM)
YEAR 1 SEMESTER 1
Sexology Attitudes and Values
Foundations of Public Health
Foundations of Sexology
Sexual and Reproductive Health in Sexology
YEAR 1 SEMESTER 2
Introduction to Forensic Sexology
Culture and Contemporary Sexology
Health Research Methods
YEAR 2 SEMESTER 1
Health Sciences Research Project
Health Sciences Research Dissertation Preparation
Qualitative Research in Public Health
YEAR 2 SEMESTER 2
Sexology Challenges and Opportunities
Health Sciences Research Dissertation
Public Health Practicum
SELECT 1 OPTION
OPTIONAL UNITS TO SELECT FROM IN YEAR 2 SEMESTER 2
Concepts in Health Promotion Planning
Media Impact on Public Health
Evaluation of Health Promotion
Politics and Power in Public Health
Behaviour Change Communication
Drugs Policy and Public Health
Introduction to Indigenous Australians
Social, Cultural and Historical Contexts of Indigenous Australians
Principles of Health Planning and Evaluation
Sexually Transmissible Infection and HIV- International Perspectives
After compleing this course, you will be well-placed to seek a career in many fields including sex therapy, sexuality education and consultancy, child and elder protection, sexual health policy development, human rights, disability, cyber-safety training, health promotion, youth work, academia, medical management, risk management, forensic assessment, sexual research and many others.