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Industrial/Organizational Psychology

(3 3 cr.) - Session(s): Fall | Course Every Year

Presents a survey of Industrial/Organizational psychology using concepts, case studies, theories, research and direct applications to the study of people within the world of work. A balance between industrial and organizational concepts will guide the class through examining psychology at work and understanding what I/O psychologists who work in applied settings do. Topics will include: job analysis, assessments in employment, job attitudes, performance appraisal and management; and motivation, occupational health, leadership and organizational theory. Prerequisite: PSY-100.

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