LAP 316 Emotional Intelligence

This course presents the development and views of the concept of Emotional Intelligence. It examines the controversies that have emerged, the research that addresses these controversies and the measurement, relevancy and application of the concept to everyday life. This course fulfills the Behavioral Science Area of General Education requirements only for students in the accelerated degree completion programs, Applied Behavioral Science, Health Care Leadership, Bachelor of Science in Management, Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems, and the Master of Arts in Teaching. Exceptions require Psychology Department approval. Prerequisite(s): One previous psychology course. Enrollment or pre-enrollment in Applied Behavioral Sciences, Health Care Leadership, and Bachelor of Science in Management degree completion programs, and the Master of Arts in Teaching. Traditional undergraduates may take the course only with the permission of the Psychology Department. 5 quarter hours

Distribution

GenEd-Behavioral Science