Our Industrial and Organizational Master’s produces socially responsible leaders who use the core principles of Industrial and Organizational (I/O) psychology to reshape organizations and establish psychologically healthy working environments.
Organizations of all types are increasingly focused on management policies that are designed for sustainable, long-term success. With this in mind, our unique program prepares students to become agents of change in organizations and advocates of healthy more working environments.
This online program recreates the same immersive, academic environment as our campuses. Faculty have direct experience in the I/O field, guiding students through rigorous online coursework that includes case studies, virtual events and collaboration with classmates from around the globe.
Adler University’s Master of Arts in Industrial and Organizational Psychology is delivered completely online. It covers thirteen courses over a period of two years, with regular breaks. For the final project, each student will develop an organizational Social Responsibility Action Plan that addresses a real-world, organizational challenge.
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Each course includes social justice discourse
Each course emphasizes social justice, inclusiveness and socially responsible practices.
Each student develops a Social Responsibility Action Plan addressing a real-world organizational problem.
100-hour practicum internship
600-hour counseling internship
300-hour sport and health externship
Learn among a cohort of students throughout your program at Adler to enhance in-depth discussions and networking opportunities
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Applicants with a GPA lower than 2.5 will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Admitted students must achieve a 3.0 GPA in their program’s first two courses to continue earning the degree.
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