M.A. in Positive Organizational Psychology and Evaluation, Claremont Graduate University

Applied Research & Evaluation Methodology (22 units)

Psych 302a: Research Methods (4 units) < - - - - - Brilliant class, brilliant professor. Jason Siegel is awesome.

Psych 308a: Intermediate Statistics (2 units) < - - - - Brilliant professor, terrible tests: no computers allowed.

Psych 308b: Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) (2 units) < -

Psych 308c: Applied Multiple Regression (2 units)

Psych 308d: Categorical Data Analysis (2 units)

Psych 326: Foundations of Evaluation (2 units) (nee PSYCH 315b)

Psych 315z: Comparative Evaluation Theory (4 units)

Psych 354b: Evaluation Procedures (4 units) <-Fall, 2014

Positive Organizational Psychology Core Courses (14 units)

Psych 329: Foundations of Positive Psychology (4 units)

Psych 319: Overview of Organizational Behavior (4 units)

Psych 350pp: Positive Leadership (2 units) <-Spring, 2015

Psych 350kk: Positive Organizational Psychology (4 units) <-Spring, 2015

Positive Organizational Psychology & Related Electives (12 units)

Planned Elective courses:

Psych 350ee: Designing High Performance Organizations Using Neuroscience (4 units)

Psych 354b: Advanced Topics in Evaluation: Concepts, Methods, and Problems (ADCOMP) (2 Units)

"To see a list of other courses which are typically offered in the School of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences, click on the link. Students are often encouraged to take elective courses in the School of Educational Studies, the Drucker-Ito School of Management, the School of Politics and Economics, the School of Information Systems and Technology, the School of Arts and Humanities, the School of Mathematical Sciences, or the School of Religion."

Other Programs of Interest

Psych 260: Perception & Cognition (4 units)

Psych 325: Psychology of Thinking (4 units)

Psych 328a: Memory (4 units) or Psych 282: Language, Memory, and Brain (4 units)

Some Research Questions. . . (Be sure to comment if you can think of papers that touch on these topics!)

  1. Can Information complexity and Flow predict performance in organizations?

  2. Does the cost of measuring information flow and managing change outweigh the benefits?

  3. Is Ricardo Semler's 'Woolly Mammoth' Hypothesis Supported by Experimental Research?