Master’s Program Requirements
The Office of Graduate and Professional Studies (OGAPS) requires a minimum of 32 hours for a master’s degree (M.S.). With a concentration in I/O Psychology, this program is a 33-credit hour program designed to be completed in 16-months, and a maximum of 2 years, with some variation across students depending on whether they plan to pursue an academic or industry career. This is a non-thesis degree, meaning that students do not complete a thesis as part of their degree requirements. A thesis is not an option.
We expect students to be involved in their coursework and internship preparation, and to actively participate in their professional development. Students are encouraged to build relationships with local and national corporations as part of their graduate training.
Proficiency in methodology and statistics is foundational to graduate study in psychology, and students will complete multiple courses on psychological methods and statistical analyses.
Graduate Student Internship and Job Market Training
Students have an opportunity to participate in an individualized job market training program. The PSYC 683 (Professional Seminar) instructor and the Program Director work closely with individual students to prepare job application materials, practice virtual and phone interviews, and prepare for interviewing.
University Resources for Degree Information
- Graduate Catalog: Lists current expectations and timelines
- Student Rules : Information related to expectations for student conduct
- Steps to Fulfill Master’s Degree : University recommendations about the timeline for a degree
- Academic Calendar: University calendar for course registration and course schedules