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The individual knows their emotions, being aware of others’ emotions and being able to use them effectively in their social and business life is important. Hence, the individual having high emotional intelligence in both their social and business lives enhances their self-knowledge, motivation and communication skills. The study has been conducted with the objective of determining emotional intelligence levels of the students. The study universe consisted of the students studying in Konya Necmettin Erbakan University, Faculty of Health Sciences (health management, social service, nursing), in the academic year 2014–2015. In April 2015, 169 questionnaires in total (81 %) obtained from the students who accepted participating in the study was evaluated. Survey technique was utilized in the study. The questionnaire contained questions involving socio-demographic characteristics of the students (9 questions) and intelligence scale questions (20 questions). The results obtained in the study were evaluated through SPSS statistics program. Descriptive statistical methods and T test, Oneway Anova test was conducted in comparison of the quantitative data. The results were evaluated in the confidence interval of 95 %, and significance was evaluated at the level of p < 0.05. When the results were examined, emotional intelligence scores of the students are seen to be higher than the average.
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- Emotional Intelligence Level of Health Sciences Faculty Students
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