Human Relations Seminar and Application
PSYC - 1970
This course involves an exploration into the human condition including the process of communication and response; the art of helping; choice and the decision process; the limitations set by individual uniqueness; and the acceptance of self and of others. Emphasis is also placed on the role of the value system and problems that arise out of value conflicts. Practical applications of the human relation theories are explored through student participation in group exercises and role-playing. Lecture: 3 hours
Core Learning Outcomes (Course Level)
Course Learning Outcomes: After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:
1. Knowledge Base: Demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of the key terms, principles, findings, historical trends, theories, and notable individuals who have contributed to the field of Human Relations.
2. Application: Demonstrate your ability to apply your knowledge of psychological principles and concepts to real-life cases and issues.
3. Critical Thinking: Demonstrate your ability to critically evaluate claims, research, and controversial issues using scientific reasoning, evidence, and your knowledge and understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the research and assessment methods used in Psychology.
4. Diversity: Demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of differences across individuals, gender, race, and socio-cultural membership.
Updated April 17, 2019. Will appear in syllabi of all sections Fall 2019