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Psychology - Industrial/Organizational (I/O)

Program Contact Information
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I. Faculty

 

II. Purpose

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The graduate program in psychology is designed to allow preparation for professional employment with a variety of specializations, or continued graduate study leading to a doctoral degree at another institution.


III. Degree
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Completion of the program will lead to the degree: Master of Science (M.S.).

IV. Additional Admissions Requirements Information

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In addition to the requirements of the Office of Graduate Studies specified in the first section of this bulletin, the program has established the following policies and procedures for admission:


References

Three reference letters are required.  Ideally, these should come from faculty who are familiar with the applicant’s academic potential.  Letters must be in the format as provided on the appropriate Web Site:

www.uwosh.edu/gradstudies/programs/docs/exppsych


Testing

Applicants are required to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) (General test).


Students in the cognitive and affective emphasis are required to submit two-to-three page personal statement describing reasons for wanting to attend UW Oshkosh and areas of research interest.  The admissions committee is particularly interested in details about research experience, including class projects, presentations, etc.


Undergraduate Major

Normally, the baccalaureate will have been taken in psychology or a related field, but those who have majored in other areas may be accepted.


V. Summary

A. Structure
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he programs are comprised of required courses and electives. Two emphases are offered: cognitive and affective or industrial/organizational-admissions suspended.

B. Academic Plans of Study
The following are the descriptions for the psychology plan(s) of study:
a. Psychology (Industrial/Organizational) b. Psychology (Industrial/Organizational-admissions suspended)

C. Minimum Unit (Cr.) Requirements
Unit (cr.) requirements are different for each degree emphasis. The minimum requirements applicable to the emphases are: experimental, 31 units (crs.); industrial/ organizational, 39 units (crs.).

D. Admission to Candidacy
Students must satisfy Office of Graduate Studies requirements for advancement to candidacy as stated in the first section of this bulletin. In addition, they must complete at least nine (9) graduate units (crs.) in psychology.

E. Graduation Requirements




VI. Degree Requirements

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Core Courses:

Or other courses approved by the student's advisory committee.

 

B. Industrial/Organizational Psychology

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Elective courses from the following:
Electives may consist of any 700-level courses approved by the student’s advisory committee.

Comments:
All students enrolled in the program are expected to behave in accordance with American Psychological Association Ethical Principles. Failure to do so may result in serious consequences including dismissal from the program.



Additional Program Information:


VII. Course Descriptions