Industrial/Organizational Psychology - Curriculum
Our curriculum begins with core courses in business and psychology. Then your coursework can be tailored to your interests. You can focus on human resources or organizational development, or take courses in both disciplines.Visit the 2015-2016 School of Graduate Studies catalog industrial/organizational psychology, master of science page for more course details and program requirements.
Our internship placements are customized. Whether you want to work in human resources or organizational development, try personnel testing or evaluate corporate performance, we help you find an internship that fits your needs. The internship happens after one year of academic work, allowing you to apply your learning to the workplace.
- Contract between student intern and site supervisor [Word doc]
- Contract between student intern and faculty sponsor [Word doc]
- Evaluation of placement by student intern [Word doc]
- Evaluation of student intern by site supervisor [Word doc]
- Internship weekly time sheet [Word doc]
"Our curriculum follows guidelines set by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Inc. (SIOP), so students will learn industry concepts and standards - and use those concepts and standards in their daily jobs." Dr. Teresa Lyons, professor of psychology