Industrial Psychology, Certificate
This is an archived copy of the 2018-2019 catalog. To access the most recent version of the catalog, please visit http://catalog.slu.edu.
Saint Louis University's industrial psychology certificate, offered online by the School for Professional Studies, is designed for students who want to learn more about the application of psychology in the workplace. Specifically, students will gain a deeper understanding of the behavior of individuals and groups within a variety of organizational contexts.
Courses are interactive and include content and projects that are directly applicable to the student's personal and professional life. Advanced courses focus on research and practice in the areas of workplace health and stress management, motivation, employee training and development, and career development.
Students may choose this 24-credit program as a stand-alone certificate.
Graduates of the industrial psychology program are prepared for careers in policy planning, employee screening, training and development, organizational development analysis and intervention.
- Age: 22 years or older
- Work Experience: at least 3 years or the equivalent
- Education: high school diploma or composite GED score of at least 2250
- Interview: successful completion of an admission meeting with an admissions counselor. This can be done over the phone or on campus
- Grade Point Average: min transfer cumulative GPA of 2.5 (unless qualified for conditional admittance)
Step 1 — Complete Application
Complete the application for admission online at https://www.slu.edu/online. Applications are accepted and processed on a rolling basis. Students are encouraged to apply for admission at least one month before the term in which they wish to enroll.
Step 2 – Request official Transcripts
Have official transcripts mailed directly from all previously attended colleges to:
School for Professional Studies
3840 Lindell Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63108
Applicants seeking a degree or certificate who have not earned a bachelor’s degree must obtain official transcripts for all previous college course work. If students have never attended college or have less than 15 credits of transferable college credits they will need to provide official high school or GED transcripts.
Applicants seeking a certificate who have a bachelor’s degree need only provide an official transcript from their primary higher education institution or evidence of a high school diploma or GED.
Non-degree applicants only need to provide unofficial copies as needed for prerequisites.
Step 3 — Meet with Admissions Counselor
Contact an admissions counselor to discuss the status of the application and educational and career goals. Students may schedule an appointment to speak with an admissions counselor at the St. Louis campus or over the phone in certain instances. Appointments are available during business hours and weekday evenings.
A writing and/or math assessment test may be necessary during or shortly after the admissions meeting.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
There are two principal ways to help finance a Saint Louis University education:
- Scholarships: awarded based on academic achievement, service, leadership and financial need. The School for Professional Studies offers numerous scholarships and awards specially for new students.
- Financial Aid: provided in the form of grants and loans, some of which require repayment.
To determine eligibility for financial assistance, submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) early for maximum consideration. FAFSA is available online at: http://www.fafsa.ed.gov
For information on other scholarships and financial aid, visit the student financial services office online at http://finaid.slu.edu.
Gainful Employment Disclosure
The U.S. Department of Education requires (per 34 CRF Part 668) that all institutions participating in the federal Title IV student financial assistance programs (Pell Grants, federal student loans, etc.) publicly disclose certain data regarding all academic programs designated as "Gainful Employment" programs per DOE definitions.
- Graduates will be able to develop effective problem solving and critical thinking skills as applicable to academic and professional contexts and demonstrate aptitude for scientific inquiry.
- Graduates will be able to enhance technological literacy through utilization of professional appropriate computer software programs and communication technologies.
- Graduates will be able to describe the role of ethics in decision-making in multicultural, professional organizations
- Graduates will be able to understand the influence of biological, behavioral, mental, and environmental processes on behavior, motivation, and well-being.
- Graduates will be able to make oral presentations suitable for academic and professional audiences.
|CIS 2850||Principles of Data Analysis||3|
|PSYK 1010||General Psychology||3|
|PSYK 3330||Applied Personality||3|
|PSYK 3340||Applied Social Psychology||3|
|PSYK 4250||Motivation & Self-Management||3|
|PSYK 4450||Personal & Career Advancement||3|
|PSYK 4760||Training & Development||3|
|PSYK 4770||Occupational Health & Stress||3|
Students must maintain a minimum 2.00 GPA.