For individuals who want to apply knowledge of psychology in a nonprofit, government, or business environment, the Workplace Psychology concentration provides students with an opportunity to handle all types of work situations as they identify various influences on behavior. Students can learn the basic principles of decision making and factors that affect it. They can also apply principles of conflict management and peace building as solutions for individual and group issues.
Choose 13 courses from general education, BS in Psychology, or other Walden bachelor’s degree programs. At least four courses must be at the 3000–4000 level. Elective credits should total 65 to meet the program requirements. Students may also be eligible to transfer previous credit to meet their elective requirements.
Note on Minors: Electives can also be used to complete a six-course minor.