S&T offers new I/O psychology master’s degree

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On April 1, 2014

The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts the need for industrial-organizational psychologists could grow by as much as 53 percent by 2018. To help meet that need, Missouri S&T is now offering a master of science degree in industrial-organizational psychology.

The program, which began in spring 2014, offers a thesis option or three non-thesis tracks in both the traditional classroom setting and online. Students can focus on leadership in technological organizations, psychometrics or human factors.

To learn more about the I/O psychology master’s degree, visit psych.mst.edu/graduate.

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On April 1, 2014. Posted in 2014, Around the Puck, News, Spring 2014

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