Industrial and Organizational Psychology

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What is Industrial and Organizational Psychology?

At The Chicago School, we define Industrial and Organizational Psychology as a field in which psychologists work within organizations to address assessment, engagement, retention, and productivity of workers.

History of Industrial and Organizational Psychology at The Chicago School

The Chicago School’s Industrial and Organizational Psychology programs prepare graduates to utilize assessment and intervention skills to help organizations solve problems, enhance performance, and manage the complexities of today’s business environment.

In the workforce, Industrial and Organizational Psychology graduates often develop and administer management systems such as, performance management, training, organizational development, change management, employee selection, and organizational-wide surveys.

Degrees in Industrial and Organizational Psychology offered at The Chicago School

Our Industrial and Organizational Psychology programs are available in a multiple degree formats with a variety of concentrations.

Industrial and Organizational Psychology Programs

Careers in Industrial and Organizational Psychology

The Chicago School’s Industrial and Organizational Psychology programs equip graduates with the skills necessary to succeed in a variety of fields and professions.

Public and Private Sector Employers:

  • Government
  • Business
  • Nonprofit
  • Marketing
  • Human Resources
  • Consulting Agencies
  • Higher Education

Industrial and Organizational Psychology Job Titles:

  • Human Resources Professional
  • Trainer
  • Consultant
  • Talent Management Associate