Industrial Organizational Psychology, also known as I/O, can be defined as the science of human behavior and the application of psychological principles at the workplace. The I/O Psychology department utilizes a scientist-practitioner model to prepare students to work in various fields including, but not limited to the private industry, governmental agencies, nonprofit organizations, universities and to further their education in pursuit of a PhD.
The Department of Industrial / Organizational Psychology prepares students for work in private industry, governmental agencies, nonprofit organizations, universities and for advanced academic studies at the doctorate level. Our students think critically and logically about topics in Industrial / Organizational Psychology. Research, service and career preparation are all emphasized to fully prepare Industrial / Organizational Psychology majors for jobs or doctoral studies.
The department is committed to mentoring students to promote a growth-oriented community grounded in faith and engaged in the pursuit of knowledge.
Academic Programs in the Department of Industrial / Organizational Psychology