Course Summary

Course Description

Careers in industrial organizational psychology are the fastest-growing in the field, with 26 percent growth projected through 2018, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The Wall Street Journal also recently cited I-O psychology professions as one of the “Hot Jobs of 2018” 
Supported by a strong foundation in advanced research methods, cognitive psychology, social psychology, personality, learning theory, and ethical practice in psychology, SNHU’s Industrial-Organizational psychology degree provides you the ability to design, develop and evaluate performance and training initiatives that adhere to best practices of industrial-organizational psychology and effectively address the unique needs and goals of organizations. Accredited by New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Note: This program does not lead to licensure but does prepare you for doctoral studies.

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