I/O Courses Overview
At the graduate level, our faculty provide training in a variety of areas, including advanced seminars in- but not limited to- psychology of Human Resource Management, Team Effectiveness, Personnel Selection, Leadership, Organizational Stress, and Training and Development. Graduate level seminar courses rotate each semester and vary each year. Students should contact the Director of I/O Psychology for graduate course information and schedules.
Undergraduate students interested in I/O psychology have a wide variety of courses they can choose from. Although undergraduate can only earn a BA without specialization in psychology, there are specific class related to areas of I/O psychology they should consider taking. Our faculty and graduate students often are the instructors for these classes. Please note these courses are only offered as a suggestion of classes related to the field of lifespan developmental psychology. Students should speak with an Academic Advisor in the Department of Psychology before registering for classes.
I/O Psychology focused undergraduate courses
- INP 2002 Introductory Industrial/Organizational Psychology
- INP 4203 Personnel Psychology
- PSY 4302 Psychological Testing
- INP 4313 Organizational Psychology
- SOP 3004 Introductory Social Psychology
- SOP 4525 Small Group Behavior
- INP 4055 & Lab – Industrial/Organizational Psychology (Senior Lab)