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2022-2023 Southeastern University - Undergraduate Catalog 
    
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Bachelor of Science, Psychology: Industrial & Organizational Concentration (Online)



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Bachelor of Science, Psychology: Industrial/Organizational Concentration (Online) Four Year Plan   

The Industrial/Organizational concentration is designed both for students who would like to move directly into the workforce with a bachelor’s degree as well as for those students who would like to pursue a graduate degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. The courses in this concentration focus on the application of psychology to the workplace and will pull from several different areas of psychology including cognitive, social, and behavioral. By completing this concentration students will also develop the critical reasoning skills that will be necessary to be successful in this field.

 

Potential Career Options:

  • Human Resources Manager

  • Staffing and Recruiting Manager

  • Workforce Analyst

  • Team Development Trainer or Manager

  • Executive Coach

  • Project Manager

Foundational Core - 56 Credit Hours


Intellectual and Practical Skills - 15 Hours


Mathematics: Two Courses [6 Credits]:


Natural Science with Lab: Take the Following Course and Lab in the Same Semester [4 Credits]:


Behavioral Science: Take the Following Course [3 Credits]:


Social Science: Take the Following Course [3 Credits]:


Historical Perspective: Select One (1) of the Following [3 Credits]:


Humanities: Select One (1) of the Following [3 Credits]:


Literature: Select One (1) of the Following [3 Credits]:


Personal and Social Responsibility - 9 Hours


Psychology - Major Core - 51 Credit Hours


General Electives – 13 Hours


General Electives are any courses that do not satisfy any specific course requirements of your program and which you have not previously taken.

Total Program Hours - 120 Credit Hours


**It is the responsibilty of the student to read, review, and fulfill the requirements and total hours of this degree audit for their applicable degree.

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