The Industrial & Organizational concentration is designed for students interested in systems of human resources, such as assessments, surveys, training, needs analysis, competency modeling and performance management. Students are encouraged to complete an internship to complement their studies and gain real-world experience.
A combined degree program in Industrial & Organizational Psychology is also offered. It is designed to follow the guidelines for education and training at the master's level, produced by the Society for I-O Psychology. Learn more about the I-O Psychology BA/MS Program.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has released a list of occupations that are expected to have the greatest percent increase in jobs between 2012-2022. At the top of the list is I-O Psychology, with a projected 53% growth in jobs and a 2012 median salary of $83,580 per year.