Master of Science in Psychology: Concentration in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Program Coordinator: Chris Wright
Graduate Programs in Psychology
Application to a graduate program is a two-part process:
- Part One is the University application submitted to the Division of Graduate Studies.
- Part Two is the program application that must be submitted to the Psychology Department.
Part One and Part Two of the graduate admission application must be submitted by the deadline to be considered for admission. The department accepts applications for the fall semester only, with a deadline of February 1st. The clinical and school psychology programs generally require an interview, during the admissions process.
Applicants to each psychology graduate program are required to submit the results of the Graduate Record Examination — verbal, quantitative, and writing sections. Applicants should check the current application of the program they are applying to for the other requirements.
Students who intend to work toward the M.A. or the M.S. in Psychology must meet the prerequisites outlined at the beginning of each concentration.
Undergraduate deficiencies are to be rectified, as the graduate advisor deems fit, without being included as part of the program for a master's degree.
In order to advance to candidacy, graduate students must meet all the general requirements for the specific program in which they are involved.
Written English Proficiency Requirement
Score of 4.0 or better on the GRE Analytical Writing Test or equivalent.
Course work in intermediate statistics plus completion of 15 units in psychology.
Psychology (M.S.): Concentration in Industrial/Organizational Psychology — Minimum 36 – 37 units
Data Collection and Analysis Courses
|PSY 770||Research Methods and Techniques||3|
|PSY 771||Analysis of Variance and Experimental Design||4|
|or PSY 772||Applications of Multiple Regression to Psychological Research|
Core Industrial/Organizational Courses
|PSY 761||Industrial and Organizational Psychology||3|
|PSY 760||Seminar in Organizational Psychology||3|
|PSY 762||Seminar in Industrial Psychology||3|
|PSY 765||Industrial Training Program Development||3|
|PSY 766||Psychological Foundations of Organizational Change||3|
|PSY 768||Seminar to Accompany Field Experience in Industrial/Organizational Psychology||3|
|PSY 769||Field Experience in Industrial/Organizational Psychology||3|
Electives (6 units)
from the following or other courses with approval of advisor
|PSY 740||Seminar in Social Psychology||3|
|PSY 742||Seminar in Survey Research||3|
|PSY 799||Supervised Selected Research||2-6|
|PSY 899||Independent Study||1-3|
Culminating Experience: 3 units
|PSY 896||Directed Reading (and PSY 896EXM Comprehensive Written Examination (0 units))||3-6|
|PSY 898||Master's Thesis||3|