Campus Doctorate of Organizational Psychology Programs
Organizational psychology Ph.D. programs are designed to help students learn how to critically observe and interpret human behavior in the workplace. Earning a Ph.D. in
The Business Psychology (Consulting Track) Ph.D. is a post-master’s doctoral program that trains doctoral-level psychologists for a career in academic research as well as for corporate, consulting, and other work settings.
The objective of the program is to train future leaders, change agents, scholars, and educators to use psychological and organizational theory and res...
The program is designed to train psychologists who are qualified in the scientific study of human behavior in the world of work.
The program focuses on applying professional skills and focusing scientific research on problems people encounter at work.
The industrial/organizational (I/O) area trains individuals to be both scientists and practitioners.
Phillips Graduate Institute's Organizational Management and Consulting (OMC) Program is designed to enhance the personal and professional skills of consultants, managers, and leaders.
Students learn both theoretical and practical considerations important to doing research or working in an organization.
Training in the area of industrial and organizational psychology combines basic psychological theory and research with the opportunity to develop skil...
Major focus of the program in industrial/organizational psychology is on research methodology and the application of these skills to problems in perso...
The MSPP PsyD program in Leadership Psychology is a blended program that prepares you to deploy yourself with for profit, nonprofit, government, and education settings to create constructive social change.
The MS program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology consists of 36 credits.
The competitive-entry MSc in Applied Psychology is one of the oldest and most recognised applied psychology degrees in New Zealand, admitting 15-20 st...
Students are helped to plan and conduct conceptually sound and ethically acceptable research, within the scientist-practitioner framework.
A PhD program that allows students to further their education in Organizational Psychology.
The goals of the Department of Psychology for graduate education at Auburn University are to prepare students at the doctoral level for careers in tea...
The aim of the graduate program in industrial and organizational psychology (I/O) is to provide Ph.D.
More I/O psychologists have been trained here than at any other university in the world.
The master's degree in Adult and Organizational Development integrates the theory and practice of adult learning, applied commu...