SOCS-175: Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Class Program
Credits 3
This course is an introduction to the major concepts of industrial and organizational psychology: the application of behavioral science research and theory to humans in the workplace. Industrial and organizational psychology is an applied behavioral science, which means that it takes research findings and theories and applies them to human behavior in the workplace. This course will explore individual behavioral patterns relative to job function, the psychological impacts of stress, the development of emotional intelligence, business anthropology's cultural impact, the dynamics of group performance, and motivational and leadership theory.