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Master of Education Course Progressions

The following are examples of course progressions for full-time Master of Education (MEd) students in the Sex Therapy or Sexuality Education tracks. Full-time students typically take three courses per term over two years. Part-time students typically take two courses per term over three years.

Sexuality Education Track

Year 1

Fall
HSED 592 Concepts in Human Sexuality
HSED 593 Behavioral Foundations in Human Sexuality
HSED 510 Applications of Educational Research
Spring
HSED 501 Cross Cultural Issues in Human Sexuality
HSED 643 Theories of Development and Education in Human Sexuality
HSED 625 Human Sexuality for the Education Professional I
Summer
HSED Elective
HSED Elective

Year 2

Fall
HSED 644 Biological Foundations of Human Sexuality
HSED 594 History & Ethics of Human Sexuality
HSED 690 Practicum in Sexuality Education
Spring
HSED 626 Human Sexuality for the Education Professional II
HSED Elective
Summer
HSED 718 Sensitive Issues in Human Sexuality
Graduate with MEd

Sex Therapy Track (MEd-only)*

Year 1

Fall
HSED 592 Concepts in Human Sexuality
HSED 593 Behavioral Foundations in Human Sexuality
HSED 510 Applications of Educational Research
Spring
HSED 562 Sex Therapy I
HSED 644 Biological Foundations in Human Sexuality
HSED 501 Cross Cultural Issues in Human Sexuality
Summer
HSED Elective
HSED Elective

Year 2

Fall
HSED 695 Practicum in Clinical Sexology I
HSED 594 History & Ethics of Human Sexuality
HSED 662 Sex Therapy II
Spring
HSED 624 Human Sexuality for the Counseling Professional
HSED 762 Sex Therapy III
HSED 696 Practicum in Clinical Sexology II
Summer
HSED 719 Sensitive Issues in Clinical Sexology
Graduate with MEd

*Note: Students earning their licensable, clinical mental health degree concurrently with their MEd in Human Sexuality Studies use a different course progression. Please see our Interdisciplinary Programs page for sample course progressions specific to those programs.