Get the hands-on training and insights needed to help today’s organizations build a skilled, productive, and adaptable workforce.
This specialization is designed for students interested in the practical application of I/O principles, skills, and knowledge to improve individual and organizational productivity in the workplace.
The General Practice specialization prepares you enter the field as an I/O psychology practitioner in diverse roles and settings.
The Tempo Learning option1 is designed for working professionals. Your progress is measured by the mastery or demonstration of skills, abilities, and knowledge in a particular area of study.
Each competency we include in your I/O psychology master’s path has been carefully designed by expert faculty with input from the competencies outlined by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology competencies, as well as from employers, with your education and career in mind.
The I/O psychology master’s program with a specialization in General Practice includes the following competencies grouped within the Areas of Expertise.
1If you start the MS in Industrial and Organizational (I/O) Psychology program with General Psychology specialization before February 3, 2020, please note that not all curriculum may be available when you start your program, and the earliest you can complete the program is February 3, 2020.
In an effort to ensure competencies are kept up to date and relevant to meet the learning outcomes of the program, the number and subject matter of individual competencies needed to satisfy program course requirements may change. However, program outcomes and the number and subject matter of courses will not be impacted. As a result, the required competencies listed in a student’s individual learning plan may differ from what is currently listed on this page.