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M.S. in Psychology - Industrial/Organizational Psychology


 

Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology Concentration

The Industrial/Organizational concentration of the Master of Science program in Psychology at WKU is a two-year graduate program designed for students seeking preparation as M.S. psychologists in business, industry, service organizations, consulting firms, or government agencies. The objective of the concentration is the development of marketable skills in the areas of test construction and validation, personnel selection and placement, performance appraisal, and training. Work motivation, job satisfaction, and organizational development techniques are also studied. The development of applied skills is achieved through the integration of practical experience and formal course work.

The I/O concentration adheres to a scientist-practitioner model of training. Students learn to evaluate and apply theory and research. In particular, the concentration is designed to train personnel specialists.

What is I/O Psychology? See below for a video put together by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology that provides an brief overview of one of the fastest growing occupations in the U.S.

 

Admission

Courses and Schedule

Financial Support

Internship Information

Dr. Shoenfelt

Concentration Faculty

Links of Interest

Have questions? Contact the I/O concentration director: Dr. Betsy Shoenfelt

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 Last Modified 7/6/19