Concentration in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Industrial/organizational (I/O) psychologists apply psychological principles and research methods to the workplace in the interest of improving productivity, health, and the quality of work life. Many serve as human resources specialists, helping organizations with staffing, training, and employee development. They may provide employers with testing and other valid selection procedures in their hiring and promotion processes. Others work as management consultants in such areas as strategic planning, quality management, and coping with organizational change.
|PYSC 4630||Organizational Psychology|
|PSYC 4640||Personnel Psychology|
|Plus two of the following:|
|PSYC 3450||Social Psychology|
|PSYC 4070||Cognitive Psychology|
|PSYC 4310||Psychological and Educational Testing|
|PSYC 4610||Human Factors Engineering|
|PSYC 4960||Independent Research (Industrial/Organizational topic)|
|PSYC 4990||Senior Thesis (Industrial/Organizational topic)|
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