LAP 316 Emotional Intelligence

This course presents the development and views of the concept of emotional intelligence. Students examine the controversies that have emerged, the research that addresses these controversies, and the measurement and relevancy of the concept. They also explore the application of emotional intelligence and social effectiveness to everyday life. Pre-requisite(s): LAP 100; or permission of Program Chair or designate. Co-requisite(s): None. 5 quarter hours


Behavioral Science