The Master of Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology (M.A.I.O.P.) degree program studies the behavior of individuals in businesses and organizations to determine how to improve performance and productivity for the organization. Students learn how to use research and measurement skills to solve practical workplace issues and to apply the principles of psychology to human resources and leadership challenges within an organization. This degree is practitioner-oriented, providing practical knowledge and skills focusing on research and consulting.
Effective Spring 2009
|PSY 605||Applied Measurement Theory||3|
|PSY 647||Applied Industrial Psychology||3|
|PSY 648||Applied Organizational Psychology||3|
|PSY 662||Applied Psychological Research Methods I||4|
|PSY 663||Applied Psychological Research Methods II||4|
|PSY 666||Succession Planning and Leadership Development||3|
|PSY 660||Applied Cross-Cultural Industrial/Organizational Psychology||3|
|PSY 661||Applied Organizational Development||3|
|PSY 665||Applied Psychological Research Design||3|
|PSY 667||Competency Modeling and Criterion Development||3|
|PSY 668||Workforce Training and Development||3|
|PSY 669||Capstone: Practicum and Skills Development||3|
|Program Total Credits:||38|
A minimum of 38 credits are required to complete this program.