Performance ManagementCertificate of Completion

Advance your career as a human resources specialist, training professional, or researcher with this three-course certificate program. The curriculum covers the core competencies needed to practice as an industrial/organizational psychologist or human resources professional, including:

  • An overview of job analysis, employee selection, and performance appraisal
  • Methods for job analysis, competency modeling, and developing performance management systems
  • Strategies for designing and evaluating organizational training programs

The Performance Management Certificate provides an introduction to the concepts and practices related to systems and technologies that help manage the performance of individuals in organizations. It is designed for professionals involved with recruitment, selection, placement, training, and performance management of employees and staff in organizations.

This certificate is a companion to the Master of Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology degree. The credits completed as part of this certificate can be applied toward the degree after formal admission per University transfer policies. However, successful completion of the courses or certificate does not guarantee admission to the degree program.

Prerequisites

You can register for individual certificate courses as long as you meet the prerequisites.

  • Bachelor's degree in psychology or business, or advisor approval.
  • Prior research experience or work in human resources is desirable, but not necessary.

Curriculum

To obtain the certificate, you must successfully complete the following three required courses for a total of 9 credits. Begin with PSY 647 as it is a prerequisite for PSY 667 and PSY 668.

Admission to the University is not required to earn the Certificate of Completion in Performance Management. You can register for any course in the certificate program as long as you meet the course prerequisites. Prior CSU coursework can be applied toward this certificate, though transfer courses are not accepted.

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