Master of Science (MS) in Psychology
Industrial/Organizational Psychology Specialization
School of Psychology
This specialization allows you to study the application of behavior principles
and research finings in organizational settings.
You will learn about leadership theories, group development, conflict
management, and organizational change strategies. Upon completion,
you will be prepared to conduct workplace testing and assessment, to
teach at the community college level, or to pursue consulting, professional
coaching, or human resource management positions.
Note: Master's degree requirements in this program do not prepare graduates for licensure as a professional counselor or psychologist.
Residency requirements: None
- ENROLL NOW FOR CLASSES BEGINNING: May 1, 2017
- COST PER 5-CREDIT COURSE: $1,705
- (pricing is subject to periodic adjustment)
- TOTAL QUARTER CREDITS: 65 credits
- PSY 7011 - Foundations of Psychology - Master's Learners - 5 credits
- PSY 7110 - History and Systems of Psychology - 5 credits
- PSY 7210 - Lifespan Development - 5 credits
- PSY 7411 - Learning Theories in Psychology - 5 credits
- PSY 7610 - Tests and Measurements - 5 credits
- PSY 7620 - Inferential Statistics - 5 credits
- PSY 7650 - Research Methods - 5 credits
- PSY 8711 - Principles of Industrial/Organizational Psychology - 5 credits
- PSY 8720 - Psychology of Leadership - 5 credits
- PSY 8730 - Consultation Psychology - 5 credits
- PSY 8740 - Psychology Practices in Personnel and HRM - 5 credits
- PSY 9101 - Master's Integrative Project - 5 credits
One Elective Course:
Choose any psychology course, excluding 8000-level testing courses, practicum, and internship. However, learners in this specialization may take PSY 8765.
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