Admissions Requirements

Students may apply with a baccalaureate degree only, or may apply after having taken graduate courses elsewhere.

The admission requirements are as follows:

  Applicants need to have completed at least 15           credits in psychology including:

    • a course in research methods or experimental psychology
    • a course in I/O psychology or an equivalent (e.g., human resources, organizational behavior, or applied psychology)
    • a course in statistics

    The Graduate Record Examination (GRE)

    • The college code of the Graduate Center for reporting GRE scores is 2113.
    • Do not submit GRE scores or other application material to the Psychology Department or to Baruch College. They must come from the test creators.

    Transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate intuitions attended

    Three letters of recommendation

    A three page maximum statement of the candidate

Applicants need to submit all of the required materials by the application deadline of December 1st of each year.

  • The program does not make exceptions to the admissions requirements.
  • A telephone interview may be required prior to admission. This interview allows the admission committee to make a more comprehensive assessment of the applicant.

I/O Program Admissions Coordinator:

Karen Lyness, Ph.D.
Professor
Department of Psychology
Baruch College, City University of New York
Box B 8-215
One Bernard Baruch Way
New York, NY 10010
Email: Karen.Lyness@baruch.cuny.edu
Tel: 646-312-3842
Fax: 646-312-3781
http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/wsas/academics/psychology/klyness.htm

For further information on the Psychology Doctoral Program, please Check here.

Click Here to Apply: I/O PsychologyProspective applicants can submit their application on-line to the Ph.D. program in I/O psychology on the admission website for the City of New York’s Graduate Center.

Program Overview

Program Description and Philosophy

Program Structure and Degree Requirements

Core I/O Psychology Faculty

Admissions Requirements

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