|(2 cr.) This course provides the student with an
appreciation and understanding of the role of
emotional/social intelligence in everyday living
and especially in the health sciences. Topics
include how emotional intelligence differs from
IQ, anatomy of emotions and the mind-body
connection, education for and development of
emotional literacy, assessing one's own social
intelligence level, applying social intelligence
skills to one's personal and professional lives.
Personal assessments, small group experiential
activities, case studies, journaling and project
development are the essential methodology for
this course. Prerequisite may be waived with
permission of instructor.
Prerequisite: BIO 102 or BIO 151; Every Year, Fall and Spring|