Emphasis in Industrial Organizational Psychology

 IO group interview

Industrial-Organizational Psychology is the application of the study of human behavior to the workplace. Industrial-organizational (I-O) psychologists employ an evidence-based approach, utilizing research and data to make recommendations and implement improvements that enhance the effectiveness of organizations, help manage risk, and deliver improved business results. I-O psychologists pursue advanced training that prepares them for work in an array of settings. I-O psychologists can be found in academia, corporations, the government, and nonprofits, as well as consulting firms. (Taken from SOIP.org)

Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) student brochures: Brochure 1    Brochure 2

  I/O Psych

  For I/O Psychology related internships contact Yohan Delton