M.A. degree program in industrial and organizational psychology - human relations
HEGIS code 2008
NYS SED program code 90065

Program Web Site

Program name change from Industrial and Organizational Psychology - Human Relations to Industrial and Organizational Psychology - Group Processes and Organizational Behavior is awaiting SED approval.

This program prepares the student for entry-level analyst and associate positions in firms or departments that offer services in areas such as organizational development, talent management, change management, organizational learning, or research and data analysis. It shares a common core of five courses with other concentrations in industrial and organizational psychology, but places additional emphasis on theory, research, and practice at the level of social structures within organizations, such as organizational development, organizational effectiveness, group processes, team performance, culture, and leadership.

Program Heads

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Phone
Email
Office Hours
Brauner, Elisabeth Program Head 718 951 5000 X 6035 5603 James Hall ebrauner @ brooklyn.cuny.edu By appointment

 

Admission Requirements

Department Psychology
Fall Application Deadline March 1st
Spring Application Deadline The program does not accept applications for Spring
Supporting Documents for Matriculation:
Submit the following documents to the Office of Graduate Admissions: transcripts from all colleges and universities attended, two letters of recommendation, and an essay on personal background, experiences, interests, and goals relevant to program (maximum three pages). Refer to instructions at http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/web/admissions/graduate/apply.php .
TOEFL (paper, computer, internet) 520, 190, 69
Examinations

 

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Matriculation requirements
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Matriculation requirements
Applicants should offer: (a) an overall GPA of 3.00 or better, (b) a minimum of 12 credits in psychology, and (c) courses both in statistics and in research methods, with a grade of B or better in both courses.
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Degree requirements (either 36 credits or 33 credits including a thesis)
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Either 36 credits or 33 credits including a thesis, for which one opts by taking Psychology 7781G, a three-credit course. The eight required courses include either Psychology 7101G or 7231G; and 7114G, 7105G, 7106G, 7210G, 7221G, 7241G and 7244G. The remainder of each student's program consists of elective courses. Courses offered toward the degree must be 7000-level courses or higher. The comprehensive examination is a requirement of the program and students are eligible to take it when they have registered for their 24th credit.