Graduate Certificate of Completion in Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Program Core Courses
This course applies social and organizational methods and principles to business and industry as it applies to Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
This course examines the theoretical foundations for organizational development and explores how organizations function and the psychology behind it.
This course examines methods for achieving personal, group, and organizational goals through effective consulting and management strategies.
This course examines psychological principles related to personnel and human resource management in both physical and virtual work environments.
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