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PSY 150: Psychology of Work

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In this course, students will read case studies that describe transformative events in corporate culture including ethical and moral dilemmas. They will learn the tools to facilitate entering an employment organization and comprehending their role in it. Students will learn about the interdependency of the organization, the individual and the connectivity between the individual and the individual's workplace organization. The foundation of this course is based in organizational development, industrial organizational psychology, general psychology, social psychology and personality theory.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6

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