The Industrial and Organizational Psychology Program (I-O) follows a scientist-practitioner model. The program provides students with the knowledge and research skills needed to study human motivation, performance, and well-being in the workplace. Students are also provided with opportunities to work on real-world projects, in both academic and industrial settings, that examine the application of psychological principles and findings to workforce management. The primary objective of the I-O Psychology program is to train individuals seeking the Ph.D. degree to conduct research and to practice in the areas of industrial psychology and organizational behavior. Students receive state-of-the-art training in the theories and methods of I-O psychology and management. This integrated program relies on the expertise and dedication of both Psychology and Management faculty members.
Graduate Students Include: Ares Boira-Lopez, Joshua Chappell, Cooper Delafield, Rachel Detherage, Kyra Gallion, Cecelia Gordon, Yomna Helmy, Josie Koubek, James Lue, Jeffrey Masser, Maddison North, Joshua Rice, Justine Rockwood, Amanda Stephens, and Joseph Stewart