Human Relations
3 Credit Hours

This course introduces students to the importance of human relations - summarized in one concise law of personal and organizational success: All work is done through relationships. Focusing on the interpersonal skills needed to be well-rounded and thoroughly prepared to handle a wide range of human relations issues, one's behavior at work and in our private lives is influenced by many interdependent traits such as emotional balance, self-awareness, integrity, self-esteem, physical fitness, and healthy spirituality. As a first exposure to a leadership role or a Human Resource Management career, the student explores the value of the non-technical work skills, history, theory, and the wide range of these skills needed in today's workplace.