Industrial Organizational Psychology Ph.D Program Overview
The doctoral program in organizational psychology is designed to prepare the student for both academic and applied research positions. Training in both personnel/human resources and organizational psychology in emphasized.
Candidates for the Ph.D. in experimental psychology are required to complete 135 credit hours if, if they entered the program with a bachelor's degree and 90 credit hours if they entered with a master's degree.
After sufficient progress, the student is required to take and pass the Comprehensive Exam.
The organizational program requirements include a basic core of courses and more advanced preparation in statistics and research design. Student may pursue personal interests through seminars, other courses in the psychology department, and courses in other departments, especially the College of Business.
- Survey of Industrial/Organizational Psychology
- Organizational Behavior
- Organizational Theory
- Context Analysis
- Criterion Development and Performance Evaluation
- Selection and Placement
- Correlation and Multiple Regression
- Design Analysis
- Multivariate Statistics I & II
- Causal Modeling
- Item Response Theory
- Hierarchical Linear Modeling
- Judgment and Decision Making
- Organizational Training