Master of Science (MS) in Psychology with an emphasis in Industrial and Organizational Psychology (MIOP)
- Master of Science
- Skills and knowledge to perform in a complex organizational environment
- Course Delivery
- Application Requirements
- Completion Requirements
- 38 credit hours with 3.0 minimum GPA
This Master of Science (MS) degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Industrial and Organizational Psychology (MIOP) is a terminal professional degree. The curriculum emphasizes the application of concepts and behavioral science methodologies to problems facing the human resource professional today.
The program provides students and working professionals with the opportunity to apply new human resource concepts, knowledge, skills, and analytical tools to on-the-job decisions.
To complete the program, students must complete 38 credit hours of coursework.
Students graduating from the program will have developed and synthesized a portfolio of skills, including:
- A rigorous analytical and quantitative foundation based on traditional behavioral science principles and applied in a problem-solving framework.
- An understanding of how to effectively utilize computer and information technologies to increase efficiency in human resource decision making.
- A refinement of verbal and written communication skills to effectively and ethically guide organizational change while interacting with diverse populations.
- An ability to develop company-specific selection, training, and performance appraisal programs, which provide a competitive advantage.
In short, this program teaches human resource professionals strategies for making informed decisions based upon a thorough understanding of current issues.
"I learned that there is a whole new world out there."
– Joel DiGirolamo, Master’s Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
K-State Division of Continuing Education
1615 Anderson Ave.
Manhattan, KS 66502-4098