PSYC 304 - Industrial/Organizational Psyc

Description
The study and application of the principles of psychology to work place behavior in a wide variety of organizations (e.g., industrial/profit making, governmental, human service, non-profit, etc.). Industrial/organizational psychology attempts to answer two major questions: Why do people behave the way they do within organizations? How can we use this information to improve the effectiveness of the organization and lives of its members? Topics include selecting and evaluating employees, training and development, organizational culture, job satisfaction and motivation, leadership, communication, decision making, quality of work life, work stress and health. Prerequisite: 111 and SO, JN, or SR standing. Note: This course may also be fulfilled in the management department as MGMT 301. Typically offered every other year.
Credits
4
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Fall 2017
Offered
TuTh
Avg. Class Size
28
Avg. Sections
1