I/O Doctoral Requirements

Program Requirements (96 hours)

I /O Content Courses (21 hours)

  • PSY 535 - Organizational Psychology (3)
  • PSY 536 - Personnel Psychology (3)
  • PSY 538 - Occupational Health Psychology (3) 
  • PSY 636 - Organizational Applications of Personnel Psychology (3)
  • PSY 736 - Strategies for Interventions in Social Systems (3)
  • PSY 737 - Seminar in I/O Psychology

Research Courses (12 hours)

  • PSY 510 - Principles of Psychological Measurement (3)
  • PSY 611 - Research Design (3)
  • PSY 612 - Applied Multiple Regression and Correlation (3)
  • PSY 613 - Multivariate and Correlational Methods (3)

Foundation of Psychology Courses (9 hours)
Note: If you select PSY 587, do not select PSY 687.
-If you select one of the PSY 589, PSY 680, or PSY 681, do not select the other two.

  • PSY 583 - Motivation and Emotion (3)
  • PSY 587 - Physiological Psychology (3)
  • PSY 589 - Cognitive Psychology (3)
  • PSY 609 - History and Systems of Psychology (3)
  • PSY 624 - Advanced Developmental Psychology (3)
  • PSY 630 - Advanced Social Psychology (3)
  • PSY 680 - Learning (3)
  • PSY 681 - Sensation and Perception (3)
  • PSY 687 - Physiological Foundations (3)

Experience-based courses (6 hours)

  • PSY 790 - Practicum I A: Professional Services 3(spec)
  • PSY 791 - Practicum II B: Professional Services 3(spec)

Master Thesis (6 hours)

  • PSY 798 - Thesis (6)

Doctoral Dissertation (12 to 24 hours)

  • PSY 898 - Doctoral Dissertation: Design (6-12)
  • PSY 899 - Doctoral Dissertation: Implementation (6-12)

Electives (30 hours)

  • At least 21 hours of Psychology, which may include up to 12 dissertation credits beyond the required 12; at least 9 hours from outside Psychology.