Industrial-Organizational PsychologyGuide to Becoming a Industrial-Organizationa Psychologist
Definition: A program that focuses on the scientific study of individual and group behavior in institutional settings, applications to related problems of organization and industry, and that may prepare individuals to apply such principles in industrial and organizational settings. Includes instruction in group behavior theory, organizational theory, reward/punishment structures, human-machine and human-computer interactions, motivation dynamics, human stress studies, environmental and organizational influences on behavior, alienation and satisfaction, and job testing and assessment.
Industrial-organizational psychologists help boost worker productivity and retention rates in a wide range of businesses and, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in the field is expected to grow.* Kaplan University’s specialization is geared toward working professionals who want to build their knowledge in an area that is relevant to business today and includes a practicum that allows students to gain hands-on experience in the field. Coursework focuses on organizational management and behavior theories and strategies, workplace motivation and attitudes, training and evaluation, and human resources management to help you pursue a broader range of opportunities.†
- post template test - September 21, 2017
- Now is the tiem - September 19, 2017
- No Divi Editor – Program Summary Data Test – CDS - September 11, 2017
- CDS Summary Data by State Test - August 9, 2017
- Template: For Psychology Programs Types – Numbers - August 9, 2017
- Online Program Template - August 8, 2017
- Program Template - August 5, 2017
- CDS – Tables and Long Lists - July 29, 2017
- Accreditation Tests - July 28, 2017
- Education Psychology - July 19, 2017
With an English Literature degree from UCLA and a passion for career counseling and publishing, Jeff has worked at CareerPath and Microsoft. He published four editions of the World Wide Yellow Pages in partnership with Barnes and Noble. He now uses that passion for managing Psychology Online Degrees.