As a professional in Organizational Psychology, you will acquire the necessary knowledge to develop professionally, mastering the fundamental aspects of modern psychology, such as historical development, methodology, current state, employment opportunities and development perspectives. Additionally, you will develop critical thinking by writing essays regarding important themes of this field.
UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE OBJECTIVES
As a professional in Organizational Psychology, you will analyze critically the dialogue and evaluation tools in human processes within companies; this will help you to diagnose and solve individual and social behavioral problems. Likewise, you will have an accurate understanding of organizational psychology, thus being able to conduct a critical analysis of individual or collective situations.
In your studies in Organizational Psychology, you will be able to:
- Provide solutions to conflicts through the use of vanguard techniques of this field.
- Apply the essential knowledge of organizational psychology.
- Master the diagnostic and evaluation tools of human processes in companies.
- Communicate your ideas in a clear and persuasive fashion.
- Implement appropriate solutions for companies through quantitative and qualitative analysis of organizational psychology.
- Evaluate theories critically and propose new lines of research.
- Apply solutions to individual and social behavior problems in companies.
- Conviction to work for the common good and to strive for success.
- Openness in areas of knowledge, culture, and interpersonal relations.
- Vision to accomplish goals through learning.
- Empathy with people who require professional help.
- Commitment to the work of organizational psychology professionals.
At the end of your studies, having advanced your education and increased your abilities, you will also have:
- Ability to discern different research techniques in order to obtain and analyze information.
- Capacity to apply different psychological evaluation tests.
- Ability in handling group intervention techniques.
- Understanding of your discipline, to make a critical analysis of an individual or group situation.
- Balanced and creative intervention in personal and social behavior problems.
- Precise knowledge of the technical elements that are the basis for the use of evaluation instruments and organization strategies.