Industrial Organizational Psychology
Time: Wednesday 6pm -8:45pm
Location: DMH 355
Industrial and Organizational (I/O) psychology has two major components: the “I” and the “O”. Topics covered will include individual differences, social perceptions, job satisfaction, work motivation, occupational stress, group behavior, leadership, power and influence. The major goal of the course is to provide you with an opportunity to enhance your understanding of how psychology helps better understand our behavior in the workplace, both from a basic and an applied perspective.
Course Goals and Student Learning Objectives
The aim of this course is to expose students to the field of Industrial/Organizational psychology. In doing so, students will be presented with a diverse body of information about the field of (I/O) psychology. They will understand the importance of data in decision making and management decisions. They will understand human factors and the integration of various psychological philosophies into the work environment.
Syllabus for Psych 170 IO Psychology
This is the course syllabus.
All documents required for the class.