The Department of Psychology accepts M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology applications for fall entrance only. Applications and supporting documents must be received by February 15. Minimum requirements for admission include:
- Bachelor's degree with 18 hours of psychology course work including experimental psychology and statistics
- Minimum GPA of 3.1
- Minimum GRE 303 (cumulative)
- Three letters of recommendation (at least two academic recommendations)
- Professional statement—Tell us your future plans and why you want to attend the I-O psychology program
- Transcripts from all post-secondary institutions (applications must be uploaded into the online application system)
All applications are evaluated on the basis of such factors as GPA, GRE, recommendations, and the professional statement.
Limited funding opportunities are available for students, including teaching and graduate assistantships, and scholarships.
The industrial/organizational psychology division awards one-year, half-tuition scholarships (4.5 credits per semester) to a number of students based on merit.
Students can apply for teaching assistantships after the first year. Teaching assistants receive partial tuition reimbursement and a monthly stipend. These positions are quarter-time (10 hours per week) and are based on students’ performance academically and their engagement in the program.
The Center for Research and Service has many opportunities for students to work and gain experience. Project-based funding is available for students who work at the center.