The Master of Science program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to apply psychological principles, models, and methods to organizational issues in order to enhance productivity, growth, and profitability. Coursework in this practitioner-oriented program synthesizes a broad range of psychological and behavioral approaches to prepare students to assess organizational effectiveness, devise and implement strategies for improvement, and measure outcomes.
From a career standpoint, graduates may find organizational and professional development roles in areas of consulting, business, education, government, and community and health organizations.
Who Should Apply?
The Master of Science program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology is appropriate for individuals from a wide range of professional backgrounds. Examples include organizational consultants, human resource management professionals, psychologists, educators and school administrators, and others who want to enhance their professional capabilities and increase career options within global organizations and independent consultancy.
Need more info? Contact:
Ben Elman, Program Director
Ph: 212-242-4668, ext. 6042
Roza Tolsen, Administrative Assistant
50 West 23rd Street, room 612
212-242-4668, ext. 6036