M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

About the Program

Do you want to apply the latest psychological theory and research to the most pressing problems of organizations —and the people who work in them? Do you expect graduate level course work to be immediately relevant to the real world? Are you looking for a program designed in accordance with the recommendations of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology?

If you answered “yes” to most of these questions, then you owe it to yourself to learn more about our Master of Arts in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.

What You'll Learn

  • Link the science of psychology with the challenges of the workplace.
  • Design and implement organizational interventions. 
  • Gain crucial insights into how teams work.
  • Complete cutting-edge, real world projects.
  • Develop critical thinking and communication skills.
  • Become a more innovative and effective problem-solver.
  • Apply the latest psychological research to the most pressing problems of organizations --and the people who work in them.
  • Design effective tools for the measurement of performance in the workplace.

Flexible Format
This is a two-year, part-time evening program. Its 36 semester-hours include a four semester-hour experiential component. You may complete this component during or immediately following your two years of coursework.


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