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The Organizational Psychology program in the Department of Psychology is a 36-credit program: five required courses (15 credits, including either capstone project or internship), no more than two electives in General Psychology (0-6 credits), and two additional electives in Organizational Studies (0-6 credits).
All students must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 36 credit hours with a grade point average of at least 3.00 and have no more than two grades below B-.
Capstone Track: The Capstone Track requires eleven courses plus a three-credit capstone course. This option should be seriously considered by students who are working full-time and who wish to apply organizational material in their current job settings.
Internship Track: The Internship Track requires eleven courses plus a three-credit practicum course. This option is provided for those students who wish to obtain practical experience in an organizational setting.
|Foundation Courses (two required/6 credits)|
|PSY 535 Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology||3|
|PSY 555 Personnel Psychology||3|
|Quantitative Course (two required/6 credits)|
|PSY 510 Experimental Design||3|
|PSY 581 Advanced Research Methods||3|
|Research/Internship (one required/3 credits)|
|PSY 625 Capstone Project||3|
|PSY 680 Internship in Organizational Psychology||3|
|Electives in Organizational Studies Electives (five to seven required/15-21 credits)|
|PSY 545 Contemporary Studies in Organizational Psychology||3|
|MGT 701 Managerial Skills||3|
|MGT 711 Dynamics of Group Decision Making||3|
|MGT 712 Complex Organizations||3|
|MGT 720 Organizational Development||3|
|MGT 725 Training in Organizations||3|
|MGT 740 Conflict Management||3|
|MGT 750 Bargaining and Negotiations||3|
|MGT 771 Entrepreneurship||3|
|CMM 510 Small-Group Communication||3|
|CMM 520 Organizational Communication||3|
|CMM 523 Intercultural Communication||3|
|CMM 560 Communication in the Workplace||3|
|CMM 620 Special Topics in Organizational Communication||3|
|EDP 496 The Adult Learner||3|
|EDT 610 Computer as Instructional Tool||3|
|NUR 605 Feminist Perspectives on the Caring Professions||3|
|General Psychology Electives (no more than two courses will be applied to the degree/6 credits)|
|PSY 500 Contemporary Issues in Psychology||3|
|PSY 520 Learning: Principles, Theories, & Applications||3|
|PSY 521 Physiological Psychology||3|
|PSY 523 Health Psychology||3|
|PSY 525 Multicultural Issues||3|
|PSY 552 Social Psychology||3|
|PSY 557 Stress: Causes, Consequences, and Management||3|
|PSY 560 Lifespan Development||3|