Department of Psychology

M.S. Curriculum

This program is designed as a terminal master’s program, and students will be able to work in applied settings after completing the degree.

M.S. Curriculum

Course Number Title Credit Hours
PSYC 6690 Advanced Analytics in Social and Behavioral Sciences 3
PSYC 7700 Foundations in Industrial and Organizational Psychology 3
PSYC 7710 Training and Development in Organizations 3
PSYC 7720 Personnel Selection 3
PSYC 7730 Research Methods in Industrial and Organizational Psychology 3
PSYC 7750 Ethics and Professional Issues in Industrial and Organizational Psychology 3
PSYC 7910 Practicum in Applied Psychology 6
 

Graduate PSYC Electives 1

12
  Total Hours 36

 

1 Graduate PSYC Elective: Students may select elective courses offered in the Department of Psychology at the 7000 level and above. Students should consult with the Program Director to make certain that the elective course is suitable for the Master of Science in Industrial and Organizational Psychology degree.

Last Updated: August 14, 2017