The Organizational Behavior program is designed for people with career interests in human resources, organization development, consulting, training, and related areas.
Organizational Behavior involves the application of psychology to the workplace. Drawing on psychology and other social sciences, Organizational Behavior addresses areas such as leadership, group dynamics, personnel selection, worker motivation, and training. The Organizational Behavior program is designed for people with career interests in human resources, organization development, consulting, training, and related areas.
Organizational Behavior majors must complete 12 courses (eight core courses and four interdisciplinary and application courses)
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 211 Social Psychology or PSY 317 Group Dynamics
PSY 301 Research Methods
PSY 304 Statistics and Decision Making
PSY 306 Tests and Measurements
PSY 330 Organizational Behavior
PSY 407 Organization Development
PSY 316 Ethics or BUS 336 Management & Leadership
Eight courses are required for the minor.
(Five core courses plus three interdisciplinary and application courses)Students who are majoring in Psychology may not minor in Organizational Behavior and students majoring in Organizational Behavior may not minor in Psychology.