Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Degree: Masters Degrees

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The UGA Department of Psychology, within the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, is a nationally recognized department with award-winning professors who are dedicated to providing the highest quality graduate education possible to our graduate students.

The Department of Psychology offers a Professional Masters degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology

School/College

Franklin College of Arts and Sciences
Old College
Athens, GA 30602-1732
Phone: 706/542-3400

Academic Department

Psychology
Psychology Building
Athens, GA 30602-3013
Phone: 706/542-2174

Contacts

Graduate Coordinator

Karl Kuhnert, Executive Director

706/542-8891

The professional masterís in I-O program at the University of Georgia is designed to meet and create demand from working professionals. First, the structure of the program is designed for working professionals who want to pursue graduate education while continuing in their career path. The structure is a combination of distance and classroom learning in an executive-style format, with Friday afternoon and Saturday scheduling. The program is taught at the Gwinnett campus by members of the Ph.D. faculty and alumni of the program. Second, and just as important, the curriculum is designed to provide a hands-on, practice-oriented I-O masterís degree, with both Workforce Management and Leadership Development tracks. Increasingly, business experience, coupled with highly developed leadership skills, is the requisite background for senior HR roles. The masters in I-O focuses on facilitating the development of creative leaders with a flair for thinking about opportunities and challenges in different ways.

Students are expected to begin graduate work in the spring semester following their admission.

Degree

Code

Course Descriptions

MA, NT

969, MA_IOPS_NT

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