MA Industrial and Organizational Psychology
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This program is designed for students interested in pursuing advanced training in applied workplace psychology. This includes (a) job analysis and the development and validation of personnel selection and performance appraisal systems, (b) the implementation and evaluation of employee and management training and development programs, (c) enhancing employee motivation and morale, and (d) related activities that employ psychological principles and practices to increase organizational effectiveness.
Unlike the Master of Arts with a Major in Psychology, this program is NOT a transitional stage leading to doctoral degree candidacy.
The program is designed as a part-time, 2-year program. The typical course load is 2 courses (6 cr.) in the fall and winter semesters, and 1 course (3 cr.) in the summer semesters.
International students, and domestic students wishing to be full-time (8 cr. fall and winter), will need to register for elective course in addition to the 30 credits required. Elective courses from outside the psychology department, ie. business, economics, communications, etc.; may require departmental and/or instructor permission to register.
Admission to this program is contingent upon admission to the Graduate School. Students may enter this program in the fall, winter, or spring/summer semester. Application deadlines are as follows:
The Master of Arts in Industrial/Organizational Psychology is offered only with a Plan C option: 30 credits of coursework with no thesis or essay.
To be admitted, students should meet the following requirements:
Applicants will be asked to submit the following electronically. The department will not accept hardcopy materials.
Office of Graduate Admissions
How to Apply
Complete the Online Graduate Application at http://www.gradadmissions.wayne.edu/
Checking on the Status of your Application
Applicants are responsible for verifying that all application materials have been received via the online application checklist.
If you make an error on your application or have a problem with the online application, please contact Graduate Admissions, 313-577-4723 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also contact the Psychology Department Graduate Office, 313-577-2823 or email@example.com.
Departmental funding is not available for the terminal I/O Masters program. Please contact the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid for other funding options.
For questions, please contact the Graduate Office or the I/O Master's Program Coordinator.
Alia Allen - Academic Services Officer
Dr. Cary Lichtman- I/O Psychology Program Coordinator
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