Internasjonale studier

Australia  Curtin University https://www.curtin.edu.au/

Master i Sexologi

https://study.curtin.edu.au/search/?search_text=Sexology&study_area=health

https://study.curtin.edu.au/search/?search_text=Sexology&study_area=health

 

 

 

 

Her utvalgte studier innen “training in sexology, sexual health & sexual medicine for international students”. Med forbehold om endringer. Kontakt-informasjonen kan være utdatert. Hver institusjon fikk 18 spørsmål (WAS survey, 2012).

 

Asked questions:

  1. What is the umbrella under which the course is offered (for instance University; Foundation)
  2. Since when is the course available?
  3. What is the name of the Course?
  4. What kind of course is it? (‘via the web’; ‘via personal presence’ or ‘a combination’)
  5. What is the core content of the course? (sex education; sex therapy; sexual medicine; sexual health)
  6. Where will the course take place?
  7. In what language is the course given?
  8. What are the entry criteria?
  9. To what level is the student upgraded after completing the course?
  10. How long does the course take?
  11. How is the division of lectures (for instance ‘every 2 weeks’ or ‘one week every 2 months’)
  12. What is the expected number of students per course?
  13. How international do you expect the audience to be (from the perspective of international networking)?
  14. When will the next course start?
  15. Who is / who are the tutors?
  16. What is the tuition fee?
  17. Where to find extra information?
  18. Whom to contact?

 

Institutions:

  1. University of Sydney, NSW, Australia
  2. School of Public Health, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia
  3. World Association of Chinese Sexologists(WACS)Training Courses
  4. Graduate School of Human Sexuality, Shu-Te University, Taiwan
  5. Intervention Mapping Course, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
  6. Sapienza University Rome
  7. Master Courses, Caracas, Venezuela
  8. Porterbrook Clinic; Sheffield, UK
  9. UNED, Madrid , Spain
  10. Université du Québec à Montréal
  11. Oxford Sexual Medicine Course
  12. Center for Human Sexuality Studies, Widener University, USA
  13. Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology. Online Courses, Berlin
  14. Other, non-detailed courses

 

1 University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

1

Umbrella?

University of Sydney

2

Since When?

Course available since 2000

3

Name?

Masters in HIV, STI’s and Sexual Health

4

What kind of course?

The program is delivered in both online and face-to-face formats. Classroom attendance is

compulsory in a number of units of study, when this is the optimum learning environment

During the ‘Intensive’ components of certain units of study. These are all grouped together at the end of each semester, to minimise travel.

Where face-to-face options are available, Australian Federal Government regulations require

that international students enrol for the face-to-face mode

5

Core Content?

HIV, STIs and Sexual Health

6

Where?

Sydney, Australia

7

In which language?

English

8

Entry Criteria?

The entry criteria depend on the selected stream.

Masters in HIV, STIs and Sexual Health – Clinical Medicine stream:

A medical degree from a recognised institution

Masters in HIV, STIs and Sexual Health – Nursing Stream:

A nursing degree from a recognised institution

Masters in HIV, STIs and Sexual Health – Counselling stream:

A graduate degree from a recognised institution

Masters in HIV, STIs and Sexual Health – Laboratory Science stream:

A science degree from a recognised institution

Masters in HIV, STIs and Sexual Health – Public Health stream:

A graduate degree from a recognised institution

9

Upgrading to What?

The student will be awarded a Masters Degree

10

Course Duration?

One year (full time)

11

Course Schedule?

Units of study vary in their requirements – some are exclusively online, some blended with a short intensive face-to-face mode, whilst others have a compulsory weekly 4 hour class

12

Number of Students?

15-40 students per course

13

Networking aspects?

50% of students are from international backgrounds

14

When?

The next course will start in March 2013

15

Tutors?

Prof Richard Hillman, Dr Shailendra Sawleshwarkar, Dr Spring Cooper, Dr Patricia Weerakoon, Dr Katherine Brown, Dr Ellie Freedman, Dr Christopher Fox

16

Tuition Fee?

AUD$ 23,040 / annum for local students

AUD$ 35,760 / annum for international students

17

Additional Information?

http://sydney.edu.au/medicine/stirc/education/index.php

http://sydney.edu.au/courses/programs/hiv-stis-&-sexual-health/Master-of-HIV-STIs-and-Sexual-Health

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Whom to contact?

Heidi Mair

mhsshenquiries@sydney.edu

ph:+61 2 9762 5390

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Extra information?

Students who successfully complete the MHSSH degree with a Credit grade (or higher) may apply for consideration to enrol in an intercalated MPhil degree program (a one year research degree). Those who successfully complete their MPhil may use this as a one year contribution towards a three year PhD program.

 

2 School of Public Health, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia

1

Umbrella?

Curtin University ; School of Public Health

Western Australia

2

Since When?

Course available since 1979

3

Name?

Master of Sexology;

Postgraduate Diploma of Sexology

Doctor of Philosophy

4

What kind of course?

A combination of ‘traditional presence’ and live participation via the web

5

Core Content?

Clinical sexology + Behavioural sexology + Sexuality Education

6

Where?

Perth, Western Australia, Admission twice annually.

Full internal, and partial external admission available i.e. we use a mixture of face-to-face and on-line teaching delivery.

7

In which language?

English

8

Entry Criteria?

Bachelors Degree in a relevant discipline From a recognized University.

9

Upgrading to What?

MSc

PGDIPSEX (Postgraduate Diploma Sexology)

PhD

10

Course Duration?

MSc

2 yrs

PGDipSex

1 yr

PhD

4 yrs

 

11

Course Schedule?

This varies between the units; for example, 4 hours per week for specific units; or the equivalent in block teaching i.e. one week intensive contact in Perth, with on-line support; or fully on-line.

12

Number of Students?

MSc

20-25 students

PGDipSex

30 students

PhD

8 students

13

Networking aspects?

Current students come from North America, Africa, Europe, New Zealand, South East Asia, China and Middle East.

14

When?

MSc

February and July each year

PGDIP

February and July each year

PhD

at any time

15

Tutors?

Prof Maryanne Doherty; Professor Rosemary Coates; Matt Tilley; Kylie Black;

Lorel Mayberry. Also a number of eminent guest lecturers.

16

Tuition Fee?

Set by the University.

International Student fees can be found at the University website. Domestic students pay a contributing fee that is subsidised by the Australian Government. Scholarships are available

17

Additional Information?

Web site : www.curtin.edu.au

18

Whom to contact?

Maryanne Doherty; m.doherty@curtin.edu.au and Matt Tilley; M.Tilley@curtin.edu.au

19

Extra information?

Specific Summer course added in block

 

3 World Association of Chinese SexologistsWACS, Training Courses for Professional License in Sex Education, Counseling or Sex Therapy

1

Umbrella?

WACS

World Association of Chinese Sexologists

2

Since When?

Course available since 2011. In December 2011 the first course was given in Kaoshiung, Taiwan with 27 participants.

3

Name?

Training course for Professional License in Sex Education, Counseling or Sex Therapy

4

What kind of course?

The format is traditional class teaching. It is a review course to prepare the applicants for the examination.

5

Core Content?

Lecture 1: The basics of sex counseling and the PLISSIT Model.

Lecture 2: Taking the personal sex history

Lecture 3: A review of “sexual worries”

Lecture 4: A review of “sexual problems”

Lecture 5: A review of “sexual dysfunction”

Lecture 6: Ten important issues in sex education

Lecture 7: Ten important issues in sex counseling

Lecture 8: Ten important issues in sex therapy

Lecture 9: Ten important issues in clinical sexual interview

Lecture 10: Ethical principles of the sex health professionals

6

Where?

The courses will take place in various parts of China, including Hong Kong and Taiwan,

Exact dates and places will be announced through the Association from time to time together with the examination dates.

7

In which language?

Chinese

8

Entry Criteria?

Students must provide evidence that they have already satisfied the other requirements stipulated by the Association for license registration.

9

Upgrading to What?

After passing the qualifying examination inclusion in the register of the Association

AND having adequate training and experience in the field as licensed Sex Educators, Sex Counsellors or Sex Therapists.

 

10

Course Duration?

Two to three days

11

Course Schedule?

The format is traditional class teaching of a total of 20 teaching hours spanning two to three consecutive days. .

12

Number of Students?

20-50 students

13

Networking aspects?

Chinese sexologists or sexologists to be are expected from all over the world.

14

When?

About three courses per year.

The next one is expected in August 2012 in Shenzhen, China.

Exact dates and places can be found through the Association together with the examination dates.

15

Tutors?

Senior Fellows of the Association including Professor Emil M.L.Ng (Hong Kong),

Professor, F.F. Ruan (Taiwan), Dr. L. Tao (Shenzhen).

16

Tuition Fee?

USD 150, including the first license if passed the examination

17

Additional Information?

WACS Newsletter

http://wenku.baidu.com/view/bca10b0b52ea551810a687c1.html

www.wacshome.net

18

Whom to contact?

Ms Wanjin Lin shuddertothink99@gmail.com

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Extra information?

N.A.

 

4 Graduate School of Human Sexuality, Shu-Te University, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan

1

Umbrella?

The Graduate School of Human Sexuality at Shu-Te University was established and authorized by the Taiwan Ministry of Education in May, 2000 and the doctoral program was set up later in 2006. Its mission is to foster advanced researchers and professionals in sexuality fields, including sexuality educators, sexual counselors, and sex therapists. It is the only institution of the kind in entire Asia

2

Since When?

The Master degree courses have been offered since 2000.

The Ph. D degree courses have been offered since 2006.

3

Name?

Master and Doctorate Courses on Human Sexuality

The Graduate School of Human Sexuality at Shu-Te University was established and authorized by the Taiwan Ministry of Education in May, 2000 and the doctoral program was set up later in 2006. Its mission is to foster advanced researchers and professionals in sexuality fields, including sexuality educators, sexual counselors, and sex therapists. It is the only institution of the kind in entire Asia.

4

What kind of course?

All the courses offered in the Graduate School of Human Sexuality require traditional presence in class. They are taught via multiple teaching, for example, group discussion, lecture, seminar, etc.

5

Core Content?

For the Masters Curriculum, there are Required Courses, Core Courses and Elective Courses, where a variety of areas and topics is addressed.

For the PhD Curriculum, there are Required Curses, Elective Courses, and Courses shared with Postgraduate & Doctoral curriculum.

6

Where?

B2, Library and Information Building, Shu-Te University.

No.59, Hengshan Rd., Yanchao Dist., Kaohsiung City 82445, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

7

In which language?

Chinese

8

Entry Criteria?

Master degree: Bachelor or graduating students from foreign or domestic college.

Doctoral degree: Master (or graduating Master degree students) from foreign or domestic college, from foreign or domestic college.

 

9

Upgrading to What?

Teaching objectives:

  1. To establish the professional status and research base for sexology.
  2. To teach and research in sexuality through the “Human” viewpoint.
  3. To train students to become professionals and teachers at sexuality.
  4. To exchange and collaborate with worldwide communities of school researchers, university professors to promote its academic standard and fame internationally.

To achieve these objectives, the curriculum is therefore subdivided to 3 fields: sexual education, sexual counseling, and sexual society to offer professional knowledge.

10

Course Duration & 11 Schedule?

The Master degree and Ph. D degree of courses will take 18 weeks per term, each teaching session will take 2-3 hours. The number of session/lecture per week changes with the course.

12

Number of Students?

Master degree: about 15-18 students per course.

Ph. D degree: about 3-4 students per course.

13

Networking aspects?

International students could find the information about Graduate School of Human Sexuality from University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese Students at

http://www.overseas.ncnu.edu.tw/

14

When?

The courses always start at September (First term) and February (Second term) every year.

15

Tutors?

Yen-Chin Lin Professor, full-time, Director of the graduate school Doctor of Philosophy in National Taiwan Normal University Department of Health Education. Special fields: Human Sexuality, Sexuality Education, Sex Consultation, Sexual Health and Health Education..

Yuan Hsiang Chu Professor, full-time, The president of SHU-TE University, DIT University of Northern Iowa, U.S.A. Special fields: Interpersonal Relationship and Communication, Sex and Communication, Intimate relationship.

Fang-Fu Ruan Visiting Professor, full-time, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, San Francisco, CA, USA, Ph.D. Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, San Francisco, USA Special fields: Sexology, Sexuality Education, Sex Therapy, Birth Defects Prevention, History of Medicine, Physiology, Sexual Health, Medical Ethics, Medical Sociology, Reproductive Biology.

Kuo-Yen Chen Professor, full-time, University of Northern Colorado, Greely, Colorado, U.S.A. Special fields: Sexuality Education, Sex and Social Development, Studies of Society Science, Parental Education about Sexuality.

Chin-San Lee Professor, full-time , Ph.D. of Maryland University, USA Special field: Data Analysis, Regression Analysis, Statistical Inference, Stochastic Processes.

Shan-Chi Chien Assistant professor , full-time, Dr. Phi, Hochschule fur Bildende kunst Braunschweig university of Germany The majestic sculpture of gram of plastic arts university of human relations history of German cloth is plastic arts doctors; Ph.D .of Aesthetics . Special fields: Sexology and Sex History , Sculpture , Theory of Art

Chun-Ming Shih Assistant Professor, full-time, PhD of Education in National Kaohsiung Normal University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Special fields: Psychology of Sex, Psychometrics, Neuroscience and Education

Kuo-Hsiung Kuo Hung Assistant Professor, full-time, PhD / Master of Counseling Education in National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan Special fields: Gender and Education, Family Therapy, Marriage Counseling, Course and Curriculum, Teaching Technology.

 

16

Tuition Fee?

For PhD degree USD 1.763 per term

For Master degree USD 1.644 per term

17

Additional Information?

http://www.hsi.stu.edu.tw/main.php

18

Whom to contact?

Yen-Chin Lin (Professor, Graduate School of Human Sexuality, Shu-Te University)

Tel: 886-7-6158000#4400 E-mail: chin@stu.edu.tw

19

Extra information?

NA

 

5 Maastricht University, the Netherlands, Intervention Mapping Course

1

Umbrella?

Maastricht University

2

Since When?

Since 1995

3

Name?

Intervention Mapping: Designing Theory-based and Evidence-based Programs

4

What kind of course?

One-week face-to-face workshop. Plenary sessions will cover the principles and processes of Intervention Mapping and include examples of health promotion programs that have successfully applied the Intervention Mapping process. Small groups will discuss and apply the process to the selected health promotion topics. The Wednesday afternoon will be free. Participants can receive individual counseling on their own topic of interest.

5

Core Content?

The summer course will focus on developing theory-based and evidence-based interventions applied to health promotion and disease prevention. The emphasis of this course will be on applying the Intervention Mapping process. Intervention Mapping is a protocol for the design of health education & promotion programs, guiding health promoters through a series of steps that will assist them in theory-based and evidence-based program development. Course participants will apply Intervention Mapping to selected HIV/Aids prevention issues as examples. As a result, participants will be able to design their own effective theory-based and evidence-based prevention intervention for that issue as well as for other health problems.

6

Where?

The course will be held on the premises of the Maastricht University in Maastricht, Universiteitssingel 40. Maastricht is situated in the southern-most part of The Netherlands, approximately 200 km from Amsterdam, 5 km from the Belgian border and 35 km from Germany. Cities like Brussels, Cologne and Bonn are only 100 km from Maastricht, while Amsterdam, Luxembourg, Frankfurt and Paris are easily accessible. Maastricht is the oldest and, with its wealth of historic buildings, one of the most attractive cities in The Netherlands.

7

In which language?

English

 

8

Entry Criteria?

Enrolment is open to participants with a degree or comparable training in public health with an interest in health promotion. Individuals who are responsible for the development and evaluation of health promotion programs are especially encouraged to apply.

9

Upgrading to What?

Upon completion of the course participants will receive a certificate conditional upon their active participation. The course is at the Master degree level.

10

Course Duration?

One week

11

Course Schedule?

See under 4

12

Number of Students?

25-30 students

13

Networking aspects?

Most participants are from West and East Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa.

For the summer course photograph: see: www.interventionmapping.com

14

When?

The course will take place in the first week of July every year.

15

Tutors?

Gerjo Kok, Guy S. Parcel, Robert A.C. Ruiter, Fraukje Mevissen, et al.

16

Tuition Fee?

In 2012, the course fee was € 1200,- and included course materials (including the course book), catered lunches and refreshments, social program on Tuesday and course dinner on Thursday.

17

Additional Information?

www.interventionmapping.com (summer course)

18

Whom to contact?

g.kok@maastrichtuniversity.nl

19

Extra information?

Course book: Bartholomew, L. K., Parcel, G. S., Kok, G., Gottlieb, N. H., & Fernández, M.E., 2011. Planning health promotion programs; an Intervention Mapping approach, 3rd Ed. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

 

6 Sapienza University, Rome, Italy, Psychology of Sexual Development

1

Umbrella?

Sapienza, University of Rome (Italy)

2

Since When?

The course is available since 1993 and represents the first sexology course in the Italian Psychology Universities

3

Name?

Today the course is named “Psychology of Sexual Development“, but since 1993 it often changed name and academic features, always focusing on sexual development and sexual dysfunctions.

4

What kind of course?

Traditional presence

5

Core Content?

Sexual health; Sex education; Sex therapy.

6

Where?

Faculty of Medicine & Psychology, Rome.

7

In which language?

Italian

8

Entry Criteria?

The entry criterion is to be a student of Sapienza, University of Rome or to be an Erasmus student at our university

9

Upgrading to What?

After completing the course, students will have a basic knowledge on sexual health, sexual education and sex therapy.

10

Course Duration?

Approximately two months.

11

Course Schedule?

3-4 times a week.

12

Number of Students?

250

13

Networking aspects?

Every year about 10% of students come from other European Countries

 

14

When?

Detailed information about the start of next course can be found in September in the Faculty website

http://www.psicologia1.uniroma1.it/

15

Tutors?

Prof. Chiara Simonelli

16

Tuition Fee?

To attend the course it is necessary to be enrolled at Sapienza, University of Rome or to be an Erasmus student at our university.

17

Additional Information?

http://www.psicologia1.uniroma1.it/static/didattica/IdDocente_6.shtml

18

Whom to contact?

Prof. Chiara Simonelli; chiara.simonelli@uniroma1.it

19

Extra information?

The course is structured in lectures and laboratories. Many invited speakers, experts in sexual medicine and psycho-sexology, intervene to improve the multidisciplinary knowledge of students.

 

7 Master in Science ; Medical Sexology, Master in Science ; Sexual Counseling, Caracas, Venezuela

1

Umbrella?

Centro de Investigaciones Psiquiátricas, Psicológicas y Sexológicas de Venezuela.

Postgraduate and Research Institute –CIPPSV/IIP-.

The mode is Postgraduate and Research Center. Fully authorized and recognized by Venezuelan University National 2

Since When?

Medical Sexology since 1985

Sexual Counseling Course since 1977

3

Name?

Master in Science. Mention Medical Sexology

Master in Science. Mention Sexual Counseling

4

What kind of course?

Medical Sexology: Presential with traditional methodology

Sexual Counseling: Two methods: Presential and on-line

5

Core Content?

Medical Sexology

Promotion of sex and sexual function, prevention, anticipation, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of Sexual Counseling:

General concept of sex and sexual function. Basic of educational process. The sex and sexual function 6

Where?

Caracas, Venezuela

7

In which language?

Spanish

8

Entry Criteria?

Medical Sexology

Physician or Medical Doctor degree

Registration in the Medical College of Caracas, Venezuela or its equivalent

Constancy of having served social service for one year (Rural year)

Sexual Counseling

University Degree in any area (Psychology, Medicine, Education, Psychopedagogy, Social Work, Law, among 9

Upgrading to What?

Magister in Science. Mention Medical Sexology (Specialist in Medical Sexology)

Magister in Science. Mention Sexual Counseling

 

10

Course Duration?

Medical Sexology: 3 yrs Full time. Postgraduate Residency Program.

Sexual Counseling : 2 years

11

Course Schedule?

Full time (less 4 weeks vacation / yr)

Sexual Counseling : Once a week for 6 hrs (14.00-20.00)

12

Number of Students?

Medical Sexology: 5 students per year

Sexual Counseling: 20-25 students per year

13

Networking aspects?

We have opportunity for national and international students. Our institution is very interested in development of We offer many facilities as: scholarship, peers support, visas and migration papers among others

14

When?

The medical sexology course usually starts in January. However, we are able to analyze any case for admission The Sexual Counseling Courses usually start in January, July and October

15

Tutors?

The main Tutor for both Courses is Fernando José Bianco Colmenares, MD., PhD, Full Professor, Specialist in Medical Sexology: Among others tutors are Doctors Rubén Hernández, Luz Jaimes, Gerardo Giménez, Rosaurora Andrade

Sexual Counseling: Among others tutors are Doctors Juan José Moles, Navidia García, Guillermo Rodríguez, Carlos 16

Tuition Fee?

For the Medical Sexology training, there is not tuition fee. The institution gives an scholarship of Bs.5.000 per month For the Sexual Counseling Course : the total tuition fee is Bs.12.000 (USD 2.790) per course. This can be paid 17

Additional Information?

www.cippsv.com

18

Whom to contact?

Medical Sexology

Dra. Brigitte Baena (Out patient Coordinator) brigittebaena@yahoo.com

Dra. Rosaurora Cárdenas (Postgraduate Program Coordinator) rosauroracardenas@hotmail.com

Dr. Edison Pazmiño (Scientific Coordinator) drpazminoj@hotmail.com

Sexual Counseling

Dra. Navidia García (Academic Coordinator) coordinacionacademica@cippsv.com

Mariela Albán (Chief Students Regulation) marielaalban@hotmail.com

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Extra information?

info@cippsv.com

facebook: sexologiamedicacippsv

Tel + 58 (212) 5513055, 5528922

 

8 Porterbrook Clinic, Sheffield, UK

1

Umbrella?

Teaching at Porterbrook Clinic, Sheffield. Course validated by Sheffield Hallam University and approved by College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT)

2

Since When?

Since before 1995

3

Name?

PG Dip/MSc in Sexual and Relationship Psychotherapy.

Single modules (Psychotherapy Approaches, Sexual Medicine, Sexual Function and Diversity) may also be studied, successful students gain 20 CAT points at level 7 for each.

4

What kind of course?

Part time course covering academic and clinical work. Attendance is required on Thursdays throughout the term ie 44 weeks of each academic year.

5

Core Content?

Enables successful students to practice in Sexual and Relationship Psychotherapy based on a syllabus determined by COSRT

6

Where?

Porterbrook Clinic, Sheffield, UK

7

In which language?

English

Porterbrook courses require a minimum level 7 IELTS level in order to be accepted for training.

8

Entry Criteria?

Relevant first degree in a psychotherapy, health or social science or professional qualification. Some counselling or care qualification or experience (either paid or voluntary) would enhance applications.

9

Upgrading to What?

PG Dip or Masters level 7

10

Course Duration?

Either two or four years. The first two years cover the PG Dip and the third and fourth years, the MSc

11

Course Schedule?

All day attendance required each Thursday for approximately 44 weeks of the year for the first two years. MSc students attend by agreement with course staff

 

12

Number of Students?

We aim for a maximum intake of 8 trainees each intake. Currently 14 students in total (four first years, four second years, three third years and three fourth years)

13

Networking aspects?

We have current trainees from a range of European and International backgrounds eg Uganda, Iran, North America

14

When?

Early September 2012

15

Tutors?

Clinic staff, usually Sex and Relationship Psychotherapists or Medics and external tutors

16

Tuition Fee?

Fees for September 2012: Year 1 £4144, year 2 £4144, year 3 £2796, year 4 £1980.

Single module £762. International students year 1 £4800, year 2 £4400. Years 3 and 4 fees to be agreed. Fees subject to an annual increase each year.

17

Additional Information?

www.shsc.nhs.uk/porterbrook

18

Whom to contact?

Antony Baker, Course Administrator, Porterbrook Clinic, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust , Michael Carlisle Centre, 75 Osborne Road, SHEFFIELD, S11 9BF

Tel: 0114 271 8671

19

Extra information?

We offer 3 stand alone modules of 20 credits each at Masters level 7. These modules, which are the first three taught modules from the full MSc programme, cover Sexual Medicine, Psychotherapy Approaches and Sexual Function and Diversity.

 

9 Uned, Madrid, España

1

Umbrella?

Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED). Madrid,

Instituto Espill. Valencia, España

2

Since When?

Since 2010, However, this replaces the program of Institute Espill that existed since 1985

3

Name?

There are three different courses, Formación en Salud sexual, Master en Sexología clínica,

Master en Promoción de la salud sexual y Experto Universitario en Sexualidad humana y Educación sexual

4

What kind of course?

It is a combination of physical presence and web course. However, it is possible to study our courses without being present; only by internet and written materials.

5

Core Content?

Depending on which course

6

Where?

Faculty of Psychology; UNED University, Madrid, Spain

7

In which language?

Spanish

8

Entry Criteria?

For University Expert : University student

For Masters degree : only psychologists and physicians

9

Upgrading to What?

University Expert (ECTS Credits 35)

Masters degree (ECTS Credits 60)

10

Course Duration?

University Expert: 1 year

Masters Degree: 2 years

 

11

Course Schedule?

There are various modules (14) and themes, with different schedules

12

Number of Students?

50 students per course

13

Networking aspects?

Our students are from Spain, México, Brasil, Colombia, Perú, Chile and Belgium

14

When?

The next course will start December 15th 2012.

15

Tutors?

Director: Dr. Andres Lopezdelallave, codirector: María Perez Conchillo, teachers an tutors: Antonio Casaubon, Felipe Hurtado, Jose Bustamante, Carlos san Martin, Carmen Pérez-Llantada, Emilio Ambrosio, Concepción San Luis an other more

16

Tuition Fee?

For University Expert : approx EUR 2.000

For Masters Degree: approx EUR 4.000

17

Additional Information?

www.mastersexología.es

www.uned.es/saludsexual

18

Whom to contact?

Andres Lopez de la Llave, Ph.D. Facultad de Psicologia. UNED

María Pérez-Conchillo, Ph.D. Instituto de Psicología y Sexología Espill. Spain

19

Extra information?

saludsexual@psi.uned.es

 

10 Université du Québec, Montréal, Québec, Canada

1

Umbrella?

Université du Québec à Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada

2

Since When?

Bachelor’s degree (BA) since 1969

Master’s degree (MA) since 1980

Doctoral degree (PhD) Autumn 2012

3

Name?

Bachelor’s degree in sexology, B.A.

Master’s degree in research and intervention in sexology, M.A.

Master’s degree in clinical sexology, M.A.

Doctoral degree in sexology, Ph.D.

4

What kind of course?

Traditional presence

5

Core Content?

Sex education

Sex therapy

Sexual health

Gender and cultural studies

6

Where?

Montréal : Université du Québec à Montréal

Canada

7

In which language?

French

8

Entry Criteria?

For complete criteria see :

www.websysinfo.uqam.ca/regis/pkg_wpub.afficher_prog_secteur?p_secteur=7

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Upgrading to What?

BA

MA

PhD

10

Course Duration?

Bachelor’s degree : 3 years

Masters’ degree : 2 years

Doctoral degree : 4 years

11

Course Schedule?

Depending on the course, lectures are every week or every 2 weeks

12

Number of Students?

Bachelor’s degree : 40

Masters : 25

Doctorate : 9

13

Networking aspects?

Present students come from: France, Belgique, Amérique Latine

14

When?

The next course will start fall 2012

15

Tutors?

Bachelor’s degree : Manon Bergeron

Masters and doctoral programs: Martin Blais, blais.martin@uqam.ca

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Tuition Fee?

http://www.etudier.uqam.ca/etudiants-etrangers/cout-des-etudes

17

Additional Information?

http://www.uqam.ca/

18

Whom to contact?

Bachelor’s degree : Manon Bergeron

Masters and doctoral programs: Martin Blais, blais.martin@uqam.ca

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Extra information?

www.sexologie.uqam.ca

 

11Oxford Sexual Medicine Course, Oxford, UK, ESSM

1

Umbrella?

European Society of Sexual Medicine (ESSM).

2

Since When?

The first edition of this annual course took place in 2007

3

Name?

The ESSM Oxford Sexual Medicine Course

4

What kind of course?

Traditional presence

5

Core Content?

Sexual medicine

6

Where?

The first two weeks take place in St Catherine’s College, Oxford, United Kingdom

The second set of lectures will be given at the site where of the next annual ESSM congress takes place.

For 2012 this will be in December in Amsterdam; For the 2013 Course it will be in January 2014 in Istanbul

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In which language?

English

8

Entry Criteria?

The Oxford Programme is primarily intended for medically-qualified persons with post-graduate experience in any relevant clinical specialism. Interest in and enthusiasm for Sexual Medicine are the essential qualifications; whilst previous experience in the clinical practice of Sexual Medicine is an advantage, the programme is also suitable for those starting out in this fascinating and rapidly developing area of medicine. Special skills in surgery or psychotherapy are not a requirement for participation.

Psychologists and therapists are welcome to join the programme but are not eligible to sit the UEMS Fellowship of the European Board of Sexual Medicine exam

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Upgrading to What?

The course not only aims to add to your knowledge of Sexual Medicine but also to enable you to change your clinical practice with the acquisition of new skills to apply to providing services for patients and to have more confidence in assessing and helping men and women with common sexual concerns.

Physicians are eligible to sit the UEMS Fellowship of the European Board of Sexual Medicine exam.

 

10

Course Duration?

The first course is residential and takes two weeks

The second course (part) will take 4 days and will follow after approx 4-6 months

11

Course Schedule?

Every day

12

Number of Students?

40 students

13

Networking aspects?

As the course is organized by a European Society, the audience is usually international, mostly coming from different European Countries.

14

When?

The 6th Course will start July 23rd 2012

The 7th Course in July 2013

15

Tutors?

Dr. John Dean.

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Tuition Fee?

The 2012 registration fee for the complete programme is € 1.500 inclusive of tuition fees for both the Oxford and Amsterdam courses, meals and accommodation for the two-week Oxford course, and lunch and refreshment breaks at the Amsterdam course.

Accommodation costs in Amsterdam, and all travel costs, are not included.

In addition, participants will be offered free registration for the 2012 ESSM Congress in Amsterdam, and reduced registration fees for the ESSM Congresses in 2013 and 2014.

ESSM members from low-income countries, or those who are experiencing financial hardship, may apply for special bursaries, which can cover up to two-thirds of the registration fee.

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Additional Information?

www.essm.org/society/febsm/the-essm-school-of-sexual-medicine.html

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Whom to contact?

The Programme Director Dr John Dean, jan@sexualmedicine.org

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Extra information?

Early application is advisable, especially in relation to bursary applications.

ISSM will is likely to offer a similar bursary scheme for ISSM members who are NOT also ESSM members, to assist those from low-income countries, and those who are experiencing financial hardship. A separate letter of invitation and application form will be sent by ISSM to its non-ESSM members.

 

12 Center for Human Sexuality Studies, Widener University, Chester, PA, USA

1

Umbrella?

Widener University, Center for Human Sexuality Studies.

A unit of the School of Human Service Professions.

2

Since When?

Started at the University of Pennsylvania in 1976.

Moved to Widener University near Philadelphia in 1999.

3

Name?

Ph.D. in Human Sexuality

M.Ed. In Human Sexuality; Sexuality Education or Clinical Sexology focus

Dual degree with Social Work – M.S.W. and M.Ed. in Human Sexuality

Dual degree with Clinical Psychology – Psy.D. and M.Ed. in Human Sexuality

4

What kind of course?

Students choose to attend classes on weekends (if commuting) or weeknights:

Weekend Classes – Each class meets twice over at least 2 weekends; all day Saturday and all day Sunday; additional hours of learning online

Weeknight Classes – Each class meets 6:30 – 9:15 over 14 weeks

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Core Content?

Interdisciplinary study of human sexuality, with focus on sex education, sex therapy, and research.

For the Master’s program students are in either the Clinical Sexology track (leading to AASECT certification as Sex Therapist, or Sexuality Education track, leading to AASECT certification as Sexuality Educator.

To be in the Clinical Sexology track, one must already have a licensable mental health degree or be in one of the two dual degree programs, i.e. MSW or PsyD.

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Where?

Widener University, Chester, PA, near Philadelphia, PA

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In which language?

English

8

Entry Criteria?

Master’s degree – Transcript showing bachelor’s degree from an accredited university, scores from Graduate Record Exam (GRE) or Miller’s Analogy Test (MAT), resume, goal statement, autobiographical essay, three letters of recommendation (2 must be academic references), and interview.

PhD – all of above plus transcript indicating Masters or other advanced degree.

 

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Upgrading to What?

See degrees earned above, # 3

Curriculum is aligned with American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors & Therapists (AASECT) such that graduates have knowledge/supervision needed for AASECT certification as sexuality educators, counselors, or therapists.

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Course Duration?

M.Ed. – two years of full time study; three years if done part-time (2 courses per semester)

Ph.D. – three years of full time course work; four years if done part-time (2 courses per semester) plus dissertation research.

PhD students do the MEd coursework first in either the Clinical Sexology or Sexuality Education “track”.

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Course Schedule?

Courses offered as weekend classes meet two weekends (all day Sat and Sun) during a semester. This can be with one weekend between the two classes or more; it varies.

Courses offered as weeknight classes meet for one evening each week, over 14 weeks

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Number of Students?

Admissions

15 new PhD students each year

85 new Masters students each year

Class Size

Up to 15 in the affectively-oriented SAR courses

Up to 20 in other courses

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Networking aspects?

International students come to Widener, including two Fulbright Scholars this year

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When?

New students start in the Fall semester; first week in September.

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Tutors?

Six full-time and 13 adjunct faculty; researchers/scholars who also have sexuality education and/or clinical sexology experience/practices.

Full time faculty: Drs. Dianne Browne, Betsy Crane, Don Dyson, Sabitha Pillai-Friedman, Philip Rutter, and Justin Sitron, For more information see program website.

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Tuition Fee?

It’s complex to compute. Tuition is charged by credit hour.

The Masters level courses are $704 per credit and each course is three credits, so $2112 per course.

The Doctoral level course are $894 per credit hour so $2682 per course.

There are some differences depending on choices students make but the Master’s degree total cost is between $30,000 and $35,000.

The Ph.D., which includes the MEd coursework plus dissertation supervision, costs about $60,000 to $65,000.

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Additional Information?

Website – http://www.widener.edu/humansexuality

Email – humansexualityprogram@mail.widener.edu

Phone (+ 1) 610-499-1378

 

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Whom to contact?

Master’s program – Dr. Justin Sitron, jasitron@widener.edu

Doctoral program – Dr. Don Dyson dadyson@widener.edu

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Extra information?

Applied scholarship focus

Emphasis on affective learning; incorporates Sexual Attitudes Reassessment (SAR) into coursework.

Weekend and weeknight classes for working professionals and commuters from across the country.

Part-time or full-time study

Supervised practicum placements for both clinical sexology or sexuality education

Use of current educational philosophies, methodologies, & technologies appropriate for all learning styles

Extensive library collection including archival material on history of sexuality education in the US.

 

13 Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Free online Courses in Sexual Health

1

Umbrella?

Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology

Humboldt Universität, Berlin, Germany

2

Since When?

2003

3

Name?

World-wide free sexual health education.

4

What kind of course?

The curriculum of e-learning courses in sexual health designed for both classroom teaching and individual study. The courses can be used free of charge by anyone at any time and for any purpose.

5

Core Content?

A basic curriculum in Sexual Health

The courses do not require any preparation either on the part of the teacher or that of the student. Indeed, they are written in such a way that anyone capable of reading at college level can teach and study them without having any prior knowledge of the subject matter.

The Courses

  • Introduction: Purpose and Use of this Curriculum

♥ Basic Human Sexual Anatomy and Physiology

♥ Human Reproduction

♥ Physical Problems in Females and Males

♥ Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Their Prevention

♥ Sexual Dysfunctions and Their Treatment

♥ Human Sexual Behavior

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Where?

At home or in your own classroom

Downloadable even for simple computers.

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In which language?

All courses are available in English. Part of the courses are also available in other languages. Spanish

Russian

Portuguese

Hungarian

French

Czech

German

Chinese

Italian

 

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Entry Criteria?

None!

9

Upgrading to What?

More knowledge and better understanding

10

Course Duration?

At own pace

11

Course Schedule?

Depending on the context. Some people take individual courses; others learn with a class under supervision of their own teacher

12

Number of Students?

Unknown. The site is approached by 300.000-400.000 visitors monthly!

http://www2.hu-berlin.de/webstats/

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Networking aspects?

Since this is a downloadable process, there is no face-to-face contact with other students., there is no. That should be found in other ways.

14

When?

Available at any time

15

Tutors?

Professor Erwin Haeberle. Assisted by an extensive Scientific Advisory Board

16

Tuition Fee?

None! The courses can be used free of charge by anyone at any time and for any purpose. In accordance with our philosophy of «open access» and following repeated recommendations of the World Health Organization (WHO), we are providing this curriculum for the sexological training of health professionals and specifically for the training of sex educators

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Additional Information?

http://www2.hu-berlin.de/sexology/

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Whom to contact? Prof. Erwin J. Haeberle, Founder and Director

Archive for Sexology

Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

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Extra information?

 

14 The next Centres / Institutions also offer vocational educational courses.

However, we don’t have detailed information

 

Instituto Mexicano de Sexología, Mexico City

In Spanish language

Masters in Clinical Sexology

Masters in Sexuality Education

Masters in Handicap and sexuality

http://www.imesex.edu.mx/maestrias.htm

 

University of Minnesota Medical School, USA

Department of Family Medicine and Community Health

Offer Human Sexuality Fellowship

http://www.med.umn.edu/fm/phs/fellowships/sexuality/home.html

 

Indiana University , USA

Bloomington

Offer undergraduate individualized major in Human Sexuality (Co-sponsored by Kinsey Institute)

Interdisciplinary Ph.D. minor in Human Sexuality

Ph.D. in Health Behavior; minor in Human Sexuality Education

http://www.indiana.edu/

 

University of Michigan, USA

Offer certificate in sexuality education, sexuality counseling, and sex therapy

www.ssw.umich.edu/programs/ce/UMSHC/

 

San Francisco State University, USA

Department of Sexuality Studies

Offers Master of Arts in Sexuality Studies & Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Studies.

Offers undergraduate minors in Sexuality Studies & Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Studies.

http://www.sfsu.edu/~bulletin/courses/sxs.htm

 

New York University, USA

Department of Social and Cultural Analysis;

Undergraduate Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies offers a broad interdisciplinary investigation of gender and http://genderandsexuality.as.nyu.edu/object/gender.1214.ug.req#major

 

University of California Davis , USA

Offer an interdisciplinary minor in Sexuality Studies / Women & Gender Studies

http://registrar.ucdavis.edu/UCDWebCatalog/programs/SXS/SXSprog.html

 

 

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