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Curriculum

The MAIOP program is flexible to accommodate students who have graduate assistantships, internships or full-time jobs. Courses are offered in the evenings and on accelerated weekend schedules to allow students to complete the program in a timely manner. Full-time students who take four courses a semester can complete the program in under two years (four semesters). Part-time students can complete the program in less than three years, depending on the number of courses taken per semester and over the summer.

Below you will find a list of required courses and electives for the program in addition to a suggested full-time and part-time study for the 45-credit degree.

  1. Full-Time Schedule

     
    Fall Semester
    Spring Semester
    First Academic Year
    PSYC 6608 (R)
    PSYC 6619 (R)
    Elective
    Elective
    PSYC 6609 (R)
    PSYC 6620 (R)
    PSYC 6640 (R)
    Elective
    Second Academic Year
    PSYC 6635 (R)
    ECON 6625 (R)**
    Internship I
    Elective
    PSYC 6626 (R)**
    PSYC 6645 (R)
    Internship II
    Elective

    ~Tentative schedule, subject to change.
    (R) indicates required course.
    ** Program gives you the option to take ECON 6625 OR PSYC 6626
  2. Part-Time Schedule

    Academic Year
    Fall Semester
    Spring Semester
    Summer Semester
    First Academic Year
    PSYC 6608 (R)
    PSYC 6619 (R)
    PSYC 6609 (R)
    PSYC 6620 (R)
    ECON 6625** (R)
    Elective 
    Second Academic Year
    PSYC 6635 (R)
    PSYC 6626 (R)**
    PSYC 6645 (R)
    PSYC 6640 (R)
    Elective
    Elective 
    Third Academic Year
    PSYC 6678
    Elective
    PSYC 6679
    Elective
     

    ~Tentative schedule, subject to change.
    (R) indicates required course.
    ** Program gives you the option to take ECON 6625 OR PSYC 6626
  3. Required Courses

    ECON 6625 Industrial Relations
    PSYC 6608 Psychometrics and Statistics
    PSYC 6609 Research Methods
    PSYC 6619 Organizational Behavior
    PSYC 6620 Industrial Psychology
    PSYC 6635 Psychological Testing in Industry

    PSYC 6640 Industrial Motivation and Morale

    PSYC 6645 Seminar in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
    PSYC 6626 Worker Well-Being
     
     
     
  4. Sample Electives

    PSYC 6610 Program Evaluation
    PSYC 6623 Psychology of the Small Group
    PSYC 6642 Organizational Development and Change
    PSYC 6641 Personnel Development and Training
    PSYC 6646 The Psychology of Negotiation and Mediation
    MGMT 6667 Multicultural Issues in the Workplace
    MGMT 6645 Management of Human Resources
    PSYC 6624 Experiential Self-Analytic Group
    PSYC 6638 Psychology of Communication and Opinion Change
    PSYC 6644 The Performance Appraisal Process
    COMM 6621 Managerial Communication
    MGMT 6663 Leadership and Team Building
    PSYC 6612 Consultation Seminar
    PSYC 6628 The Interview
    PSYC 6643 The Psychology of Conflict Management I
    PSYC 6660 Contemporary Issues in I/O Psychology
    PSYC 6647 I/O Psychology in Global Settings