Industrial Psychology, Minor
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Saint Louis University's industrial psychology minor, offered online by the School for Professional Studies, is designed for students who want to learn more about the application of psychology to 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 minor combined with a major in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree.
|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.