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PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

The Industrial/Organizational Psychology Program is one of the cornerstones of the Psychology Department's efforts to achieve national and international recognition in psychology. 

The I/O Psychology program focuses on issues such as the psychology of Human Resource Management, Group Behavior, Cultural Diversity in Organizations, Employee Health and Well-being, and Training and Development. The program emphasizes a commitment both to research and application as a part of individual specialty area development.


Master’s in Professional Counseling Psychology information sessions

Thursday, June 20, 2019

The Department of Psychology’s MS in Professional Counseling Psychology consists of 60 credit hours of graduate study that leads to […]

3 tips to beat stress

Monday, June 10, 2019

Negative emotions experienced by workers are, in part, a reflection of the physical and psychosocial conditions of their job. Experiencing […]

Study finds bias in postdoctoral hiring

Friday, June 07, 2019

Could your name help you or keep you from getting a job? When faculty from eight large research universities were […]