PSYC 643

Personnel and Industrial Psychology

4 Graduate credits
Effective May 9, 2011 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

This course focuses on principles and techniques of personnel and industrial psychology with an emphasis on applications of scientific psychology to business and organizational settings. Topics include: psychology as a science and professional practice issues; employee selection, psychological testing, performance appraisal, and training and development; leadership in organizations; motivation, job satisfaction and job involvement; organizational structure; work conditions, engineering psychology, employee safety and health, and work stress; and consumer psychology. This graduate course is appropriate for psychology students interested in or working in human service and other organizational settings.

Special information

Prerequisite: Graduate Standing.

Learning outcomes