The Industrial/Organizational Psychology Program is a leader in providing graduate education in applied psychological science, and in preparing students to meet the challenges of an increasingly diverse and global workplace. A rigorous and well-rounded program of study gives students a thorough grounding in theory, methodology, and content in applied and basic research in I/O Psychology. These courses are taught by experienced faculty who are involved in both research and practice.
The program offers students the option to minor in quantitative methods and to take classes from the College of Business or the School of Education and Human Development, among others. There are opportunities for practice and internships to gain firsthand experience in the application of psychological knowledge to real challenges faced by organizations.
Program and departmental colloquia are frequently offered, and student participation in professional conferences is highly encouraged.
Our alumni hold positions in both private and public-sector organizations, consulting, and at colleges and major universities around the globe.
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