Industrial Organizational (I/O) Psychology

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Master of Arts in Psychology, Industrial Organizational (I/O) Psychology

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Online

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This program is not intended to lead to certification or licensure.

Develop your scientific knowledge of workplace behavior and how to improve performance and productivity to meet changing business demands. Apply psychological theories, methods, and principles to address workplace challenges and enhance individual, team, and organizational success. Prepare to work in various fields including human resources management, management consulting, research analytics, organizational development, and program management in business, industry, academic, and government sectors.

Specialize in Industrial Organizational Psychology and take your place at the cutting edge of leadership and innovation.

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The Master of Arts in Psychology, Industrial Organizational Psychology Specialization is not a licensure program and does not prepare an individual to become a licensed psychology professional. University of the Rockies does not represent that this program meets certification or licensure requirements in any state. It is the student’s responsibility to review any state certification or licensure requirements in his or her intended field of employment.

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