M.A. in Psychology - Industrial/Organizational Psychology Concentration
|PSY 601||Introduction to Statistics/Research Methods||3|
|PSY 602||Advanced Statistical Methods||3|
|PSY 524||Psychometrics: Measurement and Evaluation||3|
|PSY 560||Advanced Industrial Psychology||3|
|PSY 562||Organizational Psychology||3|
|PSY 566||Seminar In Indust & Organizat Psychology||3|
|PSY 569||Ethics and Professional Skills in Organizational Practice||3|
|PSY 630||Internship in Industrial/Organizational||3|
|PSY 600||Research Report||3|
|Select at least four elective courses which, in combination with their internship and research experience, will enable them to explore a particular aspect of the field in greater depth||12|
|Total Credits Required||39|
Some elective courses may be taken outside of the Department of Psychology. Courses restricted to clinical psychology majors cannot be taken as electives. With careful selection of electives, internship, and research focus, students will be able to develop specialization in performance analysis and training, personnel evaluation and placement, or aspects of group and organizational processes in industrial/organizational psychology.
Students may, with permission, enroll for the thesis (PSY 610) for three hours. Students electing the thesis option will complete 42 semester hours.
To track their individual degree progress, students are advised to access their Degree Progress Report (DPR) via my WCU and consult their Graduate Coordinator. For more information, visit wcupa.edu/DegreeProgressReport.