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The MS program in industrial/organizational psychology is designed for students whose interests lie in applying psychological principles to the work context. Students receive a comprehensive background in research methodology, personnel, and organizational psychology as well as related areas of psychology.

Courses in Specialization    (36 credits) 

Required Courses                 (18 credits)
Design of Psychological Research3 credits

PSY 9705 

Applied Statistical Analysis3 credits
Problems in Industrial Psychology I: Personnel Psychology3 credits
Problems in Industrial Psychology II: Organizational Psychology3 credits
Research Methodology (Thesis I)3 credits
or 
Research Methodology in Design of Psychological Research (Seminar I)3 credits
Thesis (Thesis II)3 credits
or 
Research Seminar in Evaluation of Psychological Research (Seminar II)3 credits

Elective Courses                   (18 credits)

Students choose six electives in consultation with a graduate supervisor.  The following are examples of the type of elective courses offered:
Leadership and Group Processes3 credits
Psychometric Methods credits
Seminar in Contemporary Psychological Topics*3 credits

PSY 9789 

Seminar in Industrial/Organizational Psychology3 credits
Internship in Industrial/Organizational Psychology3 credits
  * Students may take PSY 9786 more than once if the topic is different. 
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