Graduation Requirements (A Minimum of 36 Credits)

The Master of Science in Industrial and Organizational Psychology is a 36-credit online and on campus program that provides Florida National University students with insight into the connection between the field of psychology and the management field and human resources. Students will obtain an education that will facilitate the understanding of what an organization looks into for the increase of production and job satisfaction and will learn how to relate the use of human behavior and understanding in the application of job enhancement and job satisfaction. This Master’s degree program will provide students with the professional education needed to function at the finest level in a variety of management settings where human behavior is used like, big organizations, management training and supervision competencies.

Industrial and Organizational Psychology Master’s Program Core Courses (36 Credits):

  • Behavior Analysis in Performance Management and Supervision
  • Legal Issues in Industrial & Organizational Psychology
  • Current Issues in Industrial & Organizational Psychology
  • Survey of Industrial & Organizational Psychology
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • Job Analysis and Performance Appraisal
  • Ethical, Legal, & Professional Issues in Industrial & Organizational Psychology
  • Psychology of Culture and Organizations
  • Work Motivation and Job Attitudes
  • Management and Organizational Behavior
  • Organizational Dynamics

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