Topics of Study
In this program you will study the behavior and motivations of individuals working in organized groups, and their application to business and industrial settings. You will study organization theory, industrial and organizational psychology, social psychology, and the sociology of organizations. You will also learn about reinforcement and incentive theory, employee relations strategies, organizational power, stratification and hierarchy, and leadership styles.
- A certificate or associate degree prepares individuals to work as an organizational behavior assistant or in other support positions.
- A bachelor's degree is usually required for entry-level organizational behavior jobs in business, government, and industry, such as labor relations specialist, management consultant, quality control manager, benefits administrator, or business valuator.
- A graduate degree is usually required for upper management, research, and teaching positions.
- Compensation Manager
- Director (Industrial Relations)
- Employee Benefits Manager
- Human Resources Manager
- Human Resources Recruiter
- Job Analyst
- Labor Relations Specialist
- Management Consultant