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Undergraduate Catalog 2010-2011 
Undergraduate Catalog 2010-2011 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Concentration, B.S.

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This B.S. degree is recommended for students planning to gain admission into graduate programs in industrial or organizational psychology. The degree program is general enough to allow entrance into several other areas of psychology at the graduate level, or to consider moving into the more applied aspects of psychology, such as human resource management, ergonomics, or business related fields. Six hours of foreign language is required for the B.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Spanish is encouraged. Industrial/Organizational Psychology students should avail themselves of advisement in both psychology and business.

Psychology   40
Business   18
Cognates   18-19
General Education 48-49
TOTAL    124

Required Courses

Required Cognates

Total 57 Hours

*Practicum for this degree would be particularly geared towards a placement that matches the major (i.e. in an I/O or HR area). It should be started in the junior year.

**BMKT 327 - Consumer Behavior , stipulates BMKT 326 - Principles of Marketing , as prerequisite. Completion of this prerequisite as an elective or permission of instructor would be required to take this course.

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