Organizational Psychology Certificate
The Organizational Psychology Certificate provides training on social psychology, personality studies and industrial psychology. This certificate is designed for those pursuing careers involving worker productivity, assessment, training and human resources.
|Total Number of Courses||6|
|Total Number of Credit Hours||18 credit hours|
|Recommended Start Term||
Students can begin this certificate in any of our 5 8-week sessions, but the most expedient way to complete the certificate would be to begin in the Fall I session. To see how quickly you could finish this certificate view our Course Rotation schedule.
|Quickest Time to Complete||4 8-Week Sessions (10 months)|
|Schedule Format||Courses offered in the evenings within 8 week sessions.|
|Build to B.A. Degree||Students who complete this certificate will have satisfied 6 of the course requirements for the B.A. in Applied Psychology.|
|Transfer Credit Accepted Toward Certificate||2 courses / 6 credit hours|
|Course Locations||Water Tower Campus –
820 N. Michigan Ave, Chicago
|Application and Admission Requirements||Application
Official transcripts from all prior institutions
2.0 GPA or higher and in good standing at all prior institutions
- PSYC 273 Developmental Psychology
- PSYC 275 Social Psychology
- PSYC 338 Psychology of Personality
- PSYC 353 Applied Social Psychology
- PSYC 356 Consumer Psychology
- PSYC 362 Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Pre-requisite to the certificate:
PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology
Finish Your Degree: Classroom Visit Night
Tuesday, September 13
25 E. Pearson St, Chicago, IL 60611
Online Information Session: Applied Psychology BA & Organizational Psychology Certificate
Wednesday, December 7
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