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PSYC 245: Industrial Organizational Psychology
University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign

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Rated 3.5/5

Average Class Difficulty

2.1/5

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A

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PSYC 245 Industrial Organizational Psychology is a Psychology course at UIUC taught by the following professor: Angela Lee.
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  • Class rating 4/5
    Easy class!! As long as you study the study guide before exam and read through all the slides, you will be fine! He is a little big strict on the two assignments. The course material should be fun, but he made it so boring. But still, not a hard one! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    He made a class that already had extremely dry material even drier. Awkward speaker, not super personable. The class was easy if you read over the slides and used the study guides he gave you. We had subs a few times throughout the class and they seemed to be much more comfortable teaching than he was. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    Just terrible...docked points on papers for sections or requirements that didn't exist on the rubric, sent threat emails anytime someone emailed him to the entire class saying Don't email me, email the TA in much ruder terms. Only offers extra credit if you are already doing well but you have to do the extra credit before being graded. Really? ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    The teacher made the class extremely boring. Material is interesting but the teacher is terrible. His TA (Angela) grades papers very hard and is not very lenient with grades. If you are considering taking this class as an elective I would not recommend it. If you want to be an I/O Psychology major then take it for the requirement. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    Kisha is nice and helpful, but she could teach with a little more enthusiasm. Class is pretty dry. Most students attended class only for the pop quizzes. The tests are semi-difficult, but she gives out a lot of extra credit! And she grades assignments leniently. So if you actually go to class and semi-pay attention, you should do well. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Amazing class, and always interesting. I took this during the summer, and the only downside was the class's tendency to run five to fifteen minutes long, due to a lack of bells, but during fall and spring it shouldn't be a problem. As for difficulty, as long as you show up, you'll do fine. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    She's super cool, super smart, and HOTT stuff!! The class is kind of boring, and I skipped it often. We had pop quizzes, but you could pretty much figure out when they were going to be. The midterm and final are purely lecture based. There is no need to read, except for the pop quizzes. There are two papers, a one page paper and a two to four page paper easy ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    She is smart, and easy to understand. She turned one of the most potentially boring subjects out there into a fun and interesting class! The subject matter is incredibly straight forward, as is she, and she gives students every opportunity to do well. Skimming the book helps for pop quizzes, and the written assignments are no big deal. ...Continue reading

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  • Class rating 4/5
    Easy class!! As long as you study the study guide before exam and read through all the slides, you will be fine! He is a little big strict on the two assignments. The course material should be fun, but he made it so boring. But still, not a hard one! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    He made a class that already had extremely dry material even drier. Awkward speaker, not super personable. The class was easy if you read over the slides and used the study guides he gave you. We had subs a few times throughout the class and they seemed to be much more comfortable teaching than he was. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    Just terrible...docked points on papers for sections or requirements that didn't exist on the rubric, sent threat emails anytime someone emailed him to the entire class saying Don't email me, email the TA in much ruder terms. Only offers extra credit if you are already doing well but you have to do the extra credit before being graded. Really? ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    The teacher made the class extremely boring. Material is interesting but the teacher is terrible. His TA (Angela) grades papers very hard and is not very lenient with grades. If you are considering taking this class as an elective I would not recommend it. If you want to be an I/O Psychology major then take it for the requirement. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    Kisha is nice and helpful, but she could teach with a little more enthusiasm. Class is pretty dry. Most students attended class only for the pop quizzes. The tests are semi-difficult, but she gives out a lot of extra credit! And she grades assignments leniently. So if you actually go to class and semi-pay attention, you should do well. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Amazing class, and always interesting. I took this during the summer, and the only downside was the class's tendency to run five to fifteen minutes long, due to a lack of bells, but during fall and spring it shouldn't be a problem. As for difficulty, as long as you show up, you'll do fine. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    She's super cool, super smart, and HOTT stuff!! The class is kind of boring, and I skipped it often. We had pop quizzes, but you could pretty much figure out when they were going to be. The midterm and final are purely lecture based. There is no need to read, except for the pop quizzes. There are two papers, a one page paper and a two to four page paper easy ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    She is smart, and easy to understand. She turned one of the most potentially boring subjects out there into a fun and interesting class! The subject matter is incredibly straight forward, as is she, and she gives students every opportunity to do well. Skimming the book helps for pop quizzes, and the written assignments are no big deal. ...Continue reading