Courses for Men:


Fall Schedule:

MEN 101     Combating Stupidity
MEN 102     You Too Can Do Housework
MEN 103     PMS- Learn When to Keep Your Mouth Shut
MEN 104     We Do Not Want Sleazy Underthings for Christmas

Winter Schedule:

MEN 110     Wonderful Laundry Techniques
MEN 111     Understanding the Female Response to Getting in at 4AM
MEN 112     Parenting:  It Doesn't End with Conception
MEN 113     Get a Life, Learn to Cook

Spring Schedule:

MEN 120     How NOT To Act Like an A** When You're Wrong
MEN 121     Understanding Your Incompetence
MEN 122     YOU, the Weaker Sex
MEN 123     Reasons to Give Flowers


Fall :

SEX 101     You CAN Fall Asleep Without It
SEX 102     Morning Dilemma:  If It's Awake, Take a Shower
MEN 201     How to Stay Awake After Sex
MEN 202     How to Put the Toilet Seat Down

Winter Schedule:

MEN 210     The Remote Control:  Overcoming Your Dependency
MEN 211     How Not to Act Younger Than Your Children
MEN 212     You, Too, Can Be a Designated Driver
MEN 213     Honest - You Don't Look Like Russell Wong - Especially Naked

Spring Schedule:

MEN 220     Omitting @#%~&*! From Your Vocabulary
MEN 221     Fluffing the Blanket After Farting is Not Necessary
MEN 222     Real Men Ask for Directions
MEN 223     Thirty Minutes of Begging is Not Considered Foreplay

Seminars For Women

General Education:

GE101: Why the Toilet Seat Has Hinges
GE102: Checkbook Balancing (formerly "Remedial Third Grade Arithmetic")
GE103: How to Drive a Nail Without Breaking One
GE104: How to Parallel Park
GE105: Why Going to the Bathroom is Not a Group Activity
GE106: Road Maps and Other Crutches for Spineless Wimps
GE107: Why a Bad Sports Telecast is Better Than a Good Soap Opera

Home Economics:

HE101a: Over-Laundering - Why Clothing Wears Out Prematurely
HE101b: Over-Vacuuming - Why Carpets Wear Out Prematurely
HE101c: Over-Dusting - Why Furniture Wears Out Prematurely
HE101d: Over-Washing - Why Dishes Wear Out Prematurely
HE102:  How to Avoid Spending Money You Don't Have (formerly "How to Cut
Credit Cards in Half")
HE103: Overcoming "The Imelda Syndrome" (formerly called "How Many Feet
Do You Have, Anyway?")

Interpersonal Relationships:

IR101: How to Say "No" With Kindness and Appreciation
IR102: Why Men Enjoy Grocery Shopping About As Much As Women Enjoy
Watching Roller Derby
IR103: Submission - a Biblical Perspective (prereq: SE101a or b)
IR104: Marriage - The Number One Cause of Divorce
IR105: Preposterous Mood Swings (PMS) (formerly "Keeping Your Personal
Problems from Ruining Everyone Else's Life Too")
IR106: Understanding Men's Revulsion to Tampon Commercials (formerly
"We Know What That Little 'Plastic Applicator' is REALLY For!")

Sex Education:

SE101a: How to Say "Yes"
SE101b: How to Say "No" But Mean "Yes"
SE102: Sex - It's Not Just for Breakfast Anymore
SE103: Who Belongs on Top and Why
SE104: Lingerie - The Gift that Keeps On Giving
SE105: Sexual Alternatives for "That Time of the Month" (formerly titled
"Any Old Port in a Storm")
SE106: Foreplay (not a required course, for extra credit only)

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