Organizational - Industrial Psychology

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PH.D. IN INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

Get ready to take on higher-level academic, consulting, and leadership positions by earning Seattle Pacific's doctor of philosophy degree in industrial/organizational psychology. This degree program provides graduates with the training to occupy similar positions as master's graduates. It is distinct in its additional emphasis on theory, methodology, and research.

The doctoral program is a 168-unit program (138 credits of required coursework and 30 credits of electives) and is designed to be taken over four years/16 quarters, with an integrated research and dissertation sequence. A full-time doctoral student will take 8-14 credits each quarter. Outside of the required coursework, students may complete electives from a variety of disciplines - marriage and family therapy, clinical psychology, business administration, and education.

2008-2009 INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY PH.D. GRADUATE STUDENT HANDBOOK