Industrial/Organizational Psychology (M.S.)

Requirements and Details

When applying for a graduate program, the School of Graduate Studies serves as a liaison between the applicant and the program. Application materials should be sent to the School of Graduate Studies.

Once all application materials are received, Graduate Studies will forward materials to the program for review and an interview will be scheduled. Thereafter, an admission recommendation will be forwarded to Graduate Studies for a final decision and notification to the applicant.

For admission consideration, applicants must meet minimum Graduate Studies admission requirements.

Applicants are also encouraged to:  additional program requirements listed below: 

  • Have a strong quantitative background
  • Students are encouraged to complete the following undergraduate courses, if possible: 
    • Introductory psychology
    • Industrial and/or organizational psychology
    • Statistics
    • Research methods and/or experimental psychology
    • Social psychology         

Wait list

Competition for limited places in the I-O Psychology program may require the necessity of a wait list. Wait list decisions are made four weeks after the completion of interviews.