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Program Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Behavior, offered by the Psychology Department, is an accelerated degree-completion program which emphasizes theory and practical applications in the field of human resource management.  Students learn to appreciate the behavioral, economic, and legal implications of workforce management and the crucial role an effective workforce plays in any organization. This degree enhances students’ employment potential and enables them to make a greater contribution to their organization.

Business strategies can deliver excellent results only when they are executed well. The most critical component in successfully achieving any organization's goals is consistent, high-quality human performance. In this program, students are challenged to create an environment in which employees can develop their full potential and, in so doing, fulfill their company's mission and vision. Students will learn to enable and elicit valuable employee contributions to the organization.

The program is designed to produce graduates who are proficient in:

  • Communicating through speaking, writing, and the use of technology
  • Critical thinking; integrating academic research and theories with real world applications
  • Decision-making based on behavioral, ethical and legal considerations
  • Employee selection and employee performance assessment
  • Understanding the tools necessary to motivate and train employees for enhanced productivity

Program Highlights

  • Taught by practicing professionals
  • Offered in a fully online format or at various convenient locations: south Philadelphia or Immaculata's campus on the Main Line 20 miles west of Philadelphia
  • Cohort-based program
  • Strong emphasis on real-world scenarios and case studies
  • Regionally accredited by Middle States Association
  • Preparation for master’s level work
  • Personal research advisor
  • Credit for prior learning

Career Potential

The degree prepares students for a variety of positions that oversee the hiring process, contracts, organizational development, fair employment practices, and conflict resolution in small and large organizations. Specific career opportunities include:

  • Performance specialist
  • Human resource generalist
  • Recruitment specialist
  • Talent acquisition specialist
  • Corporate trainer
  • Human resource representative

Tuition and Costs

See the College of LifeLong Learning Tuition and Fees page.

Financial aid programs are available to eligible students through the University’s Financial Aid Office. All prospective students are encouraged to complete a FAFSA application (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).


This program requires:

  • Completion of 126 credits
  • A cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or above on a 4.0 scale

Liberal Arts Core (48 Credits)

English Composition (3 credits satisfied by ENG 242)
English Literature
History of World Civilization
Foreign Language
Social Science
Laboratory Science
Designated Humanities

Major Courses (30 Credits)

ORBH 382 Human Resources Issues
ORBH 350 Psychometrics
ORBH 352 Performance Assessment & Motivation
ORBH 354 Professional Development and Training
ORBH 356 Identifying and Managing Stress
ORBH 358 Conflict Resolution
ORBH 303 Organizational Concepts
ORBH 312 Intro to Applied Research
ORBH 320 Intro to Research & Analysis
ORBH 390 Research Methodology 

Electives (48 Credits)

Course Descriptions


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1145 King Road, Immaculata, PA. 19345 p. 610-647-4400 or call toll-free: 1-877-42 TODAY
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Immaculata University | Copyright © All Rights Reserved