The Master of Business Administration ( MBA ) in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
The MBA in industrial/organizational psychology is designed to give students a comprehensive background in the field and to permit them to take specialized courses more closely related to employment. Courses are designed to establish a firm base in personnel, organizational, and research psychology. This program aims to develop a strong foundation in assessing personnel and organization problems, researching them, and finding possible solutions.
Students completing the MBA have found employment or advancement in personnel departments, consulting, marketing, and management. Students have also gone on to PhD programs in industrial/organizational psychology and organizational behavior and to other psychology programs.
Courses in Major (12 Credits)
|PSY 9703||Design of Psychological Research||
|PSY 9796||Problems in Industrial Psychology I - Personnel Psychology||
|PSY 9797||Problems in Industrial psychology II - Organizational Psychology||
To complete the major, students can choose one additional 3 credit course from any offered by the psychology department. The department has a wide array of courses covering a number of areas. Accordingly, students may tailor the major to their individual needs and interests.
Note: Students are not limited to taking only four courses in their major and may use their nine general elective credits to take additional courses if they wish.
For further information, contact:
Prof. Harold Goldstein
Department of Psychology
Address: 151 E. 25th St. Room 820 (between Lexington and Third Avenues)
Phone: (646) 312-1300
Fax: (646) 312-1301
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