Introduction to Industrial Psychology Syllabus

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1 Introduction to Industrial Psychology Syllabus INP2002, summer 2017, June 26 - July 28 Course & Faculty Information Lecturer: Debolina Ghosh Time: Monday through Friday (1.8 contact hours each day) Contact hour: 45 hours Credit: 3 Office hours: By Appointment Course Description This course applies psychological principles to individual and group functioning in organizational settings. Major topics include employee selection, motivation, job satisfaction, leadership and performance evaluation. TextbookInformation Industrial and organizational Psychology Author: Spector ISBN: Publisher: Wiley Edition: 6TH 12 Status: E-book Option Author: Spector ISBN: Publisher: Yuzu Edition: 6 AC 1

2 Measurable Course Objectives Measurable Course Objectives are outcomes students are expected to achieve by the end of the course. Understand and apply the different concepts in industrial/organizational psychology. Think critically about concepts and issues in industrial/organizational psychology. Demonstrate comprehension of the quantitative and qualitative research techniques used by industrial/organizational psychologists. Demonstrate knowledge of the topics listed in the course outline. Demonstrate proficiency in library research skills appropriate to industrial/organizational psychology. Collegewide Student Learning Outcomes The Collegewide Student Learning Outcomes assessed and reinforced in this course include the following: Communication Critical Thinking Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning Information Literacy Class Assignments Structure of the Course: You will find all of the graded activities in the Modules section. Exams (60%): There will be 5 timed exams during the semester. The tests will be closed book / notes multiple choice. If a student has a question/concern regarding a test grade, please feel free to contact the instructor. You will have 30 minutes to complete the 40 item test. Since the tests are timed you should not attempt a test until you are absolutely ready to begin. Any exam that is opened accidentally must be completed within the allotted time period, otherwise your time will run out and a 0 will be assigned. Writing Assignment (20%): There will be 5 writing assignments, one will be dropped. You will be required to read assigned articles and discuss them in your own words. Twenty points will be deducted for every day the assignment is submitted late. Group discussions (10%): I will post 5 discussion topics throughout the semester, 4 will count toward your grade. Each discussion will be open one week, Monday to Sunday. You must post twice to each discussion to receive full credit (one post to the overall topic and one post in 2

3 response to another student). Posts must be significant and you should explain your opinion. Statements like I agree will not be counted toward your grade. As a general guideline your post to the topic should be about 150 words and your response to a classmate should be about 75 words. Chapter reflection (10%): For each chapter you will be required to answer three questions. After you post you will be able to see your classmate s responses, you can respond back to them but it is not a requirement. All of the chapter refection s are open now but will close the day before the chapter s test has opened * Due dates were moved back to before the tests open from when the tests close. Grading Scale: A = % B = 80-89% C = 70-79% D = 60-69% F = Below 60% Attendance Policy The College recognizes the correlation between attendance and both student retention and achievement. Per College Policy Students are expected to attend all classes, actively participate and complete all assigned course work for all courses for which they are registered. Course Outline: Please note that this outline is meant to give an overview of the major concepts this course. Changes may occur in this calendar as needed to aid in the student s development. Week 1 Mon: Chapter 1 Introduction Tues: Chapter 1 Continued and Chapter 2 starts Wed: Chapter 2 Research Methods in I/O Psychology Thurs: Writing assignment1: How to lie with stats Fri: Test 1 on chapter 1 and 2 3

4 Week 2 Mon: Chapter 3 Job Analysis Tues: Chapter 4 Performance Appraisal Wed: Chapter 5 Assessment Methods for Selection Thurs: Writing assignment 2: Toward a taxonomy of dark personalities Fri: Test 2 on Chapter 3, 4, and 5 Week 3 Mon: Chapter 6 Selecting Employees Tues: Chapter 7 Training Wed: Chapter 8 Theories of Employee Motivation Thurs: Writing Assignment 3: Money and Employee Motivation Fri: Test 3 on Chapter 6, 7, and 8 Week 4 Mon: Chapter 9 Feelings About Work: Job Attitudes and Emotions Tues: Chapter 10 Productive and Counterproductive Wed: Chapter 11 Occupational Health Psychology Thurs: Writing Assignment 4: Research- Brief Age - Discrimination - In - Employment Fri: Test 4 on chapter 9, 10, and 11 Week 5 Mon: Chapter 12 Work Groups and Work Teams Tues: Chapter 13 Leadership and Power in Organizations Wed: Chapter 14 Organizational Development Thurs: Writing Assignment 5: Leadership (links to an external site) Fri: Test 5 on chapter 12, 13, and 14 4

5 AcademicIntegrity As members of the Seminole State College of Florida community, students are expected to be honest in all of their academic coursework and activities. Academic dishonesty, such as cheating of any kind on examinations, course assignments or projects, plagiarism, misrepresentation and the unauthorized possession of examinations or other course-related materials, is prohibited. Plagiarism is unacceptable to the college community. Academic work that is submitted by students is assumed to be the result of their own thought, research or self-expression. When students borrow ideas, wording or organization from another source, they are expected to acknowledge that fact in an appropriate manner. Plagiarism is the deliberate use and appropriation of another's work without identifying the source and trying to pass-off such work as the student's own. Any student who fails to give full credit for ideas or materials taken from another has plagiarized. Students who share their work for the purpose of cheating on class assignments or tests are subject to the same penalties as the student who commits the act of cheating. When cheating or plagiarism has occurred, instructors may take academic action that ranges from denial of credit for the assignment or a grade of "F" on a specific assignment, examination or project, to the assignment of a grade of "F" for the course. Students may also be subject to further sanctions imposed by the judicial officer, such as disciplinary probation, suspension or dismissal from the College. 5

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