|University of British Columbia|
|2-4 hours (per week)|
|Diversity, Other Issues|
Gender and Sexuality: Applications in Society is an online human rights course offered by The University of British Columbia in Canada. The class can benefit anyone who wishes to improve their cultural understanding to enhance interactions with people of other races, ages, genders, sexualities and disabilities.
Taught through online videos and readings, Gender and Sexuality: Applications in Society lasts for six weeks. Students will likely need to invest two to four hours of study time to the class per week. The course explores the definitions of sexuality and gender in different contexts and encourages students to think critically about identity. In addition, the class examines how gender and sexuality are depicted in popular culture and how people of various ages view the topics.
The University of British Columbia offers Gender and Sexuality: Applications in Society as a free course; students do not need to pay a fee to enroll. Individuals who require a certificate of completion may acquire one by paying a $50 fee when they sign up for the course.