Organizational - Industrial Psychology

Costs & Financial Aid


The tuition rate for 2015-16 is $733 per credit hour for master's level courses and $792 per credit hour for doctoral level courses. Amounts are subject to change. Check costs and fees in the 2015-16 Graduate Catalog for more information.


The Industrial-Organizational Psychology department typically offers several graduate assistant positions each year. The moderate stipend varies depending upon the time commitment and level of appointment (master’s versus doctoral degrees).

Graduate assistantships are not considered a part of the student's financial aid award. Contact the program coordinator at 206-281-2312 to inquire about graduate assistantships only after you’ve been admitted to the program.

Financial Aid

Financial aid in the form of student loans and work-study is administered by Student Financial Services (SFS).

Financial aid is available to students who are admitted as degree-seeking students, and who demonstrate financial need. Specific questions should be directed to SFS at 206-281-2061.

Student Employment

In addition to graduate assistantships and other financial aid, students may choose part-time employment on or off campus.

For student employment opportunities, visit the Student Employment website.


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