M.Sc in Psychology, Industrial and Organizational
The objective of graduate work in Psychology, Industrial and Organizational at the University of Texas at Arlington is to educate the student in the methods and basic content of the discipline and to provide an apprenticeship in the execution of creative research.
|Full-time Duration:||1 year|
|Starting in:||January, May, August|
|Tuition Fee:||$20,620 per year|
|Location:||Arlington Campus, Texas City, United States|
Graduate work in the Psychology, Industrial and Organizational program at The University of Texas at Arlington will be offered in psychology. Students’ individual programs of work may be arranged to give emphasis to a particular aspect of the general program.
Within this framework, options include, but are not limited to: Animal Behavior and Animal Learning, Cognition and Perception, Developmental, Health Psychology and Neuroscience, Industrial/Organizational, Behavioral Neuroscience, and Social-Personality Psychology. Students specializing in Cognition and Perception may include advanced topical seminars in their area of specialty.
In addition to core courses for those interested in Behavioral Neuroscience, seminars offered in the recent past include Aggression and Nociception. For those seeking expertise in the Social-Personality area, seminars have included topics such as Social Influence and Empathetic Accuracy and Intersubjectivity.
U.S. News recently ranked Psychology at #2 on their list of Best Science Jobs. Our talented graduate alumni have found employment in such organizations as PepsiCo, Texas Instruments, AT&T, UT Southwestern, UT Tyler, UNT Dallas, Deloitte Consulting, Cook Children’s Hospital, Baylor Scott & White Health, and many more.
”UTA’s program turned out to be the perfect match in terms of curriculum, internships, and the assistance that is provided to students to establish a wide network of professional contacts.”
Ulyana Zavadskaya – College of Business – Belarus
- Compensation & Reward Systems
- Human Resource Law
- HR Metrics and Analytics
- Managing Diversity in Organizations
- Organization Consulting & Research
- Evidence-based Management
- Seminar in Human Resource Management
- Consumer Behavior
- Experimental Design and Research Methods