Campus Organizational Psychology Doctorate United States Graduate 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 organizational psychology might qualify individuals to provide consulting services, work as an in-house human resources specialist or conduct academic or private research.
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- Washington, DCWashington, DC
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
The Business Psychology program (I/O Track) Ph.D. trains doctoral-level psychologists for a career in academic research as well as for corporate, consulting, and other work settings.
- Washington, DC
- Los Angeles, CA
- Chicago, IL
- Newton, MANewton, MA
William James College
The Leadership PsyD Program is a highly interactive and outcome oriented program where students attain their 98-credit doctorate degree within four years for full-time and six years for part-time work.
- Fort Collins, COFort Collins, CO
Colorado State University
The program is designed to train psychologists who are qualified in the scientific study of human behavior in the world of work.
- Melbourne, FLMelbourne, FL
Florida Institute of Technology
Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology is concerned with applying professional skills and focusing scientific research on problems people encounter at work. The goal of the master's-level program is to prepare professionals to work within the broad...
- College Station, TXCollege Station, TX
Texas A&M University
The industrial/organizational (I/O) area trains individuals to be both scientists and practitioners.
- Albany, NYAlbany, NY
University At Albany (S.U.N.Y.)
- Denver, CODenver, CO
University of Denver
The PsyD degree at the University of Denver focuses on scientifically based training for applied professional work rather...
- Auburn, ALAuburn, AL
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...
- Detroit, MIDetroit, MI
Wayne State University
The Industrial/Organizational Program is one of the earliest programs to offer the doctoral degree in I/O psychology and has consistently been ranked in the Top 20 programs in the country. The I/O psychology program has a strong research orientation and...
- Chatsworth, CAChatsworth, CA
Phillips Graduate University
Phillips Graduate University's Organizational Management and Consulting (OMC) Program is designed to enhance the personal and professional skills of consultants, managers, and leaders.
- East Lansing, MIEast Lansing, MI
Michigan State University
The aim of the graduate program in industrial and organizational psychology (I/O) is to provide Ph.D.
- Hempstead, NYHempstead, NY
A PhD program that allows students to further their education in Organizational Psychology.
- Chicago, ILChicago, IL
Illinois Institute of Technology
The Industrial, Organizational, and Business Psychology Division offers an M.S. degree in Personnel and Human Resource Development and a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. The Division emphasizes students' exposure to the scientist' and pra...
- New York City, NYNew York City, NY
Baruch College, City University Of New York
The MS program in Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology prepares students to pursue practitioner or research careers focused on human behavior in the workplace. The program provides students with a comprehensive background in I/O Psychology that em...
- Storrs Mansfield, CTStorrs Mansfield, CT
University of Connecticut
Major focus of the program in industrial/organizational psychology is on research methodology and the application of these skills to problems in perso...
- Norman, OKNorman, OK
University of Oklahoma
The primary objective of our program is to train individuals seeking the M.A. or Ph.D. degree to conduct research/practice in the areas of industrial psychology and organizational behavior. The researcher-practitioner model in our program is aimed at pr...
- Seattle, WASeattle, WA
Seattle Pacific University
- Saint Louis, MOSaint Louis, MO
University of Missouri - St Louis
Broadly speaking, the field of I-O Psychology focuses on factors that influence individual and organizational effectiveness. This emphasis can take many forms. Industrial (or Personnel) Psychology focuses on selecting and maintaining human resources in...
- Pittsburgh, PAPittsburgh, PA
Carnegie Mellon University
- Omaha, NEOmaha, NE
University of Nebraska at Omaha
There are three degree programs offered in I/O Psychology. I/O Psychology graduate students number from 30-35, with approximately one-third of the students pursuing each of the three graduate degrees in any given year. Applicants are required to indicat...
- Mount Pleasant, MIMount Pleasant, MI
Central Michigan University
- Chicago, ILChicago, IL
The graduate program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology is an M.A./Ph.D. program which prepares students for careers in industry, government, and university settings. It focuses on the theory and techniques of selecting, evaluating, and developing...
- Claremont, CAClaremont, CA
Claremont Graduate University
The objective of the program is to train future leaders, change agents, scholars, and educators to use psychological and organizational theory and research to improve organizational effectiveness and the work life of all individuals. Most graduates of t...
- Tulsa, OKTulsa, OK
University of Tulsa
The M.A. and Ph.D. programs in I/O Psychology at the University of Tulsa train students to develop and apply psychological principles to problems of organizational effectiveness and quality of work life. Topics of study include personnel testing and sel...
- Bowling Green, OHBowling Green, OH
Bowling Green State University
Students admitted to graduate study in psychology are required to work toward the Ph.D. degree. The M.A. is granted as part of the total program.