This course includes an in depth study of suicide and self-harm behaviors. The initial portion of the course defines the continuum of self-harm and is multidisciplinary in nature examining sociological, religious, and philosophical perspectives of self-directed violence. The latter portion delves into the psychological literature including theories and empirical research addressing clinical description, assessment, etiology, and prevention and treatment techniques for self-harm and suicidal behaviors. Not for psychology major credit. Enrollment Requirements: Not Open To Freshmen.