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Master of Arts in Industrial-Organizational Psychology
Our workplaces play an important role in shaping society. Now more than ever, organizations from all sectors need leadership that helps them see beyond the bottom line.
With Adler University’s online Master of Arts in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, you can help re-shape the world of work to create positive change. Our unique I/O master’s degree teaches you to empower leaders to nurture talent, respect differences, and invest in communities to advance social justice.
During our two-year online M.A. program, you’ll examine how workplaces impact psychological health, explore strategies for making organizations more effective, and develop practical training and coaching skills. As a graduate of this program, you’ll be equipped for socially responsible leadership that helps organizations change their outlook as well as their operations.
How Our Online Industrial-Organizational Psychology Degree Works
Adler University’s Master of Arts in Industrial and Organizational Psychology is delivered entirely online. It covers thirteen courses over a period of two years, with regular breaks.
The online program immerses you in the same rigorous academic environment and community of scholars you would find on Adler University’s campuses in Chicago and Vancouver. You’ll study with faculty members who have direct experience in the I/O field and who are committed to our mission to create a more just society.
You’ll engage with case studies, participate in virtual events, and collaborate with classmates from around the globe. For your final project, you will develop an organizational Social Responsibility Action Plan that addresses a real-world issue.
What You Can Do
This program is ideal for current human resources professionals, recruitment specialists, or anyone interested in making workplaces more equitable and effective. After graduating from our online Master of Arts in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, you will be prepared to begin or advance your career in areas such as:
Financial Aid: No
International Financial Aid: No
Average Cost per Credit (Graduate): $1040 USD
Classification: Specialized Institution—Other
Locale: Large City