Catalog Year: 2022-2023
Banner Code: LA-MINOR-PSYC-IO
Develop further knowledge on topics such as leadership, occupational health, motivation, personality, research methods and more. Students will learn the foundations of work/organizational psychology including important theoretical aspects of the field.
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Total credits: 15
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|PSYC 333||Industrial and Organizational Psychology||3|
|Choose one of the following:||4|
|Statistics in Psychology|
|Research Methods in Psychology|
|Select at least 8 credits from the following:||8|
|Psychological Tests and Measurements|
|Psychology of Creativity and Innovation|
|Personnel Training and Development: A Psychological Perspective|
|Special Topics (when topic is Occupational Health Psychology or Work and Family with prior written approval)|
|The Psychology of Working in Groups and Teams|
|Principles of Management 1|
Students may take MGMT 303 or MBUS 301 for credit, but not both.