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Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Coordinator: Dennis McGough, Ph.D., Union Institute & University

With a Master of Arts in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, you will have the professional knowledge and experience to improve the satisfaction and productivity of people at work.

The M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology (MAIOP) program at the University of New Haven provides students with an exciting, applied degree focused on the study of applying psychological principles to the workplace. Graduates of the program work with individuals and groups on organizational change and development, leadership and managerial development, conflict management, team or group dynamics, and strategic human resource management.

Interactive course study with I/O psychologists from industry and consulting, opportunities for research and engaging internships, and flexibility with scheduling and course curriculum provide you with a strong foundation for a successful career. The 48-credit program is offered on a trimester schedule, so you can complete your degree in as few as 18 months.

 To provide greater flexibility for students, the program offers three concentrations:

  • Industrial-Human Resources Psychology
  • Organizational Development and Consultation
  • Psychology of Conflict Management

A graduate certificate in psychology of conflict management is also available.

For general information about the university or the application process please call Edyta Rostkowska in the Office of Graduate Enrollment at 203-479-4255 or erostkowska@newhaven.edu.

For questions about this exciting academic program, Dr. Dennis McGough, program coordinator, can be reached at 203-479-4986 or by email at dmcgough@newhaven.edu

  1. Join us for a Webinar

    Learn more about the IO Psych program at our Virtual Information Session 
    Thursday, April 24, 2014 
    Noon-12:30 pm 
    Register here
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