Industrial-Organizational Psychology MA

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Program Description

We are committed to helping you become a scholar-leader and an instrument of change through research, character development, and practice.

Students in Seattle Pacific University’s Industrial-Organizational Psychology master’s and doctoral programs have a vision for changing the world of work. We are committed to helping you become a scholar-leader and an instrument of change through research, character development, and practice. In this I-O program, you will be challenged to see the world from a broader prospective, surrounded by experiences that only a strategically placed urban campus has to offer.

MA AND PHD PROGRAM DISTINCTIVES

Both the master’s and doctoral programs are designed with a focus on the science and rigor associated with quality degrees in this field along with an equal emphasis on the practice of industrial-organizational psychology.

Develop a strong theoretical foundation for meeting real-world challenges through program curriculum.

Field-practicum experiences allow you to design and deliver interventions, conduct research, and develop leaders.

A wide variety of electives encourages you to tailor your coursework to meet your individual vocational and professional goals.

The curricula for these programs have been structured according to the guidelines for graduate training in industrial-organizational psychology published by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), a division of the American Psychological Association.

Last updated Sep 2020

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The faculty, staff, and students of the School of Psychology, Family, and Community at Seattle Pacific University strive to become a community of learners who are: Guided by faith Exploring the implic ... Read More

The faculty, staff, and students of the School of Psychology, Family, and Community at Seattle Pacific University strive to become a community of learners who are: Guided by faith Exploring the implications of vital expressions of Christian faith for the human condition, as well as for emotional and relational healing and health. Rooted in academic discipline Fostering rigorous and creative learning environments, as well as contributing primary scholarship to the scientific study of psychological and social processes. Read less