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Psychology 3333: Industrial Psychology


ATTENTION: THIS COURSE HAS AN ENROLLMENT PERIOD OF SIX MONTHS

Please visit the Six-Month Self-Paced Courses page for more information.


Industrial Psychology 3-0

CRN 80043

The study of applying psychological knowledge and techniques to the modern industrial environment. Topics studied include employee needs, attitudes, selection, testing, boredom, motivation, anxiety, and job satisfaction. Prerequisite:  a grade of C or higher in PSY 1300.

  • 5 assignments

  • 15 guided readings

  • Students in this course may submit no more than two assignments each week.

  • Textbook:

Schultz and Schultz, Psychology and Work Today: An Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 10th edition, 2010. ISBN-13: 978-0-20-568358-1; ISBN-10: 0205683584

  • Instructor: Krista Howard, PhD

  • Tuition: $892.71 (This cost includes the online course fee.)


Take a look inside this course

You may view the syllabus and a sample of the PSY 3333 online course before enrolling.