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Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Psychology degree prepares students for careers within the business sector. Johnson University’s Christ-centered focus provides a valuable asset as graduates will have key opportunities to have a strategic kingdom presence in the workplace. A significant component of the program includes the development of the student’s personal philosophy for practicing that discipline or profession as a Christian ambassador for the Lord.

Students who graduate with the human resources concentration may qualify for certification from the Society for Human Resource Management upon passing their exam and obtaining the required experience.

Both concentrations include 18 hours of graduate credit and prepare students with foundational knowledge as well as fulfill prerequisite qualifications to continue education at the graduate level.

Beth Ridge
Program Director

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Concentrations

This degree offers two concentrations.

The Human Resources concentration prepares students for work or advanced training in the business and psychology fields, with particular attention given to dynamics that improve employee performance and motivation, workplace transitions, and crisis response in the workplace.

The Analytics concentration prepares students for work or advanced training in the business and psychology fields, with particular attention given to research, assessment, and using data to increase effectiveness in the workplace.

Curriculum

Courses may include:

  • Management Science
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Conflict & Communication
  • International Business

For more details on this program, check out our academic catalog.

Careers

The two concentrations of Analytics and Human Resources lead to careers in areas such as data analysis, process improvement, quality enhancement, human resources, training, talent acquisition and management, and organizational development. Graduates will use psychological concepts and principles learned and practiced in the program to positively impact employee selection and placement, provide training and development, and influence organizational development.

Degree

Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Psychology degree prepares students for careers within the business sector. Johnson University’s Christ-centered focus provides a valuable asset as graduates will have key opportunities to have a strategic kingdom presence in the workplace. A significant component of the program includes the development of the student’s personal philosophy for practicing that discipline or profession as a Christian ambassador for the Lord.

Students who graduate with the human resources concentration may qualify for certification from the Society for Human Resource Management upon passing their exam and obtaining the required experience.

Both concentrations include 18 hours of graduate credit and prepare students with foundational knowledge as well as fulfill prerequisite qualifications to continue education at the graduate level.

Dr. Nealy Brown
Program Director

Dept Contact

Concentrations

This degree offers two concentrations.

The Human Resources concentration prepares students for work or advanced training in the business and psychology fields, with particular attention given to dynamics that improve employee performance and motivation, workplace transitions, and crisis response in the workplace.

The Analytics concentration prepares students for work or advanced training in the business and psychology fields, with particular attention given to research, assessment, and using data to increase effectiveness in the workplace.

Curriculum

Courses may include:

  • Management Science
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Conflict & Communication
  • International Business

For more details on this program, check out our academic catalog.

Careers

The two concentrations of Analytics and Human Resources lead to careers in areas such as data analysis, process improvement, quality enhancement, human resources, training, talent acquisition and management, and organizational development. Graduates will use psychological concepts and principles learned and practiced in the program to positively impact employee selection and placement, provide training and development, and influence organizational development.