Master of Science in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Master of Science in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

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MSIOP Assessment Report 2012-2013

The Master of Science degree in Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology, based on a practitioner-scholar model, is both the study of behavior in organizational and work settings and the application of the theories, methods, approaches, and principles of psychology to individuals and groups in the workplace and other organizational settings. Psychology, as the science of behavior, will always make reference to practical implications. A psychologist explores why people behave as they do, and which internal or external conditions determine or stimulate this behavior. Industrial-organizational psychology practitioners focus on the same questions in relation to human behavior in the workplace. Our program uses as a validation for its learning outcomes the competencies recommended by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Inc. (SIOP) as well as the American Psychological Association (APA). Earn your degree in a continually evolving profession, with new areas of focus, theories and constructs being examined, researched and applied to organizations both within the United States and globally. We offer a combination of faculty-led, asynchronous online learning and face-to-face voluntary residential components that provide excellence and flexibility. This model of delivery allows individuals and working professionals, many of whom have family, community, and other unique commitments or who are geographically remote, to obtain a high-quality masters education in I/O Psychology that represents the standards of the profession. Come join us...

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