Masters in Industrial and Organizational Psychology
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Learn to apply psychological principles and research methods to help organizations increase productivity, improve employee well-being and ensure workplace safety with a Master of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Upon graduation, you’ll be qualified for a range of roles in corporate leadership, management training and human resources.
In the Master of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, you’ll learn to apply quantitative psychological research methodology to real-world business problems, leading strategic change and creating win-win situations for employers and employees. Completion requires of a total of 36 credit hours.
|Credit Hours||Course Code||Course Name|
|3||EAB 5740||Behavior Analysis in Performance Management and Supervision|
|3||INP 5131||Legal Issues in Industrial/Organizational Psychology|
|3||INP 5935||Current Issues in Indust/Organiz Psych|
|3||INP 6006||Survey of Industrial/Organizational Psychology|
|3||INP 6057||Industrial and Organizational Psychology|
|3||INP 6058||Job Analysis and Performance Appraisal|
|3||INP 6080||Ethical, Legal, & Professional Issues in Industrial & Organizational Psychology|
|3||INP 6115||Psychology of Culture and Organizations|
|3||INP 6317||Work Motivation and Job Attitudes|
|3||INP 6396||Management and Organizational Behavior|
|3||MAN 5246||Organizational Behavior|
|3||PSY 6953||Masters Project|