2009-2010 Graduate Catalog 
    Feb 17, 2020  
2009-2010 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Interdepartmental)

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Joan R. Rentsch, Graduate Program Director

Ladd, R.T., Management
Rentsch, J.R., Management
Rush, M.C., Management
Woehr, D.J., Management
Adjunct Members
Schumann, D.W., Marketing and Logistics

Industrial and Organizational Psychology   PhD

The doctoral program is designed to prepare students for personnel, managerial, and organizational research; for university teaching; and for consulting relationships with industry. The program emphasizes a scientist/practitioner model in applying and conducting research based on accepted theory, organizational behavior, psychology, management, and statistics. The program is administered by a committee appointed by the Dean of the Graduate School on recommendations from the management department head and the program director.

It is intended that students entering the Industrial/Organizational Psychology program will represent widely different undergraduate and graduate backgrounds including psychology, business administration, engineering, science, and liberal arts. The first-year program provides the opportunity to take courses that will assist the students in attaining a reasonable level of sophistication in areas of deficiency.

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