psych799 | Graduate
The comprehensive exam provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate competence in I-O psychology content, practice and leaderships, and research. Students will demonstrate a requisite understand of previous course work, will be assessed on their knowledge and skill as an I-O psychology consultant, and will demonstrate the capability of generating research at the doctoral level.
This graduate-level course is 3 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Week One-Three: I-O Psychology Research and Scholarly Effectiveness
Prepare researchers who contribute substantively to the industrial-organizational psychology body of knowledge and who affect organizational development.
Week One-Three: I-O Psychology General Knowledge and Communication Skills
Encourage lifelong learning and leadership within industrial-organizational psychology through reflexive, transformational learning principles and practices.
Assist students in forming sound ethical frameworks for organizational research and practice.
Week One-Three: I-O Psychology Practice Specialization
- Cultivate interdisciplinary and adaptable inquiry methods and attitudes through a program of foundational industrial-organizational psychology as well as analyses of emergent trends and concepts in organizational study.
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