Master of Science in Personnel and Human Resources Development
The M.S. in Personnel and Human Resources Development is designed for individuals who wish to work as applied professionals in areas such as management consulting, human resource management, industrial relations, and consumer behavior.
|PSYC 511||Psychometric Theory||3|
|PSYC 529||Personnel Selection and Evaluation||3|
|PSYC 545||Graduate Statistics I||3|
|PSYC 546||Graduate Statistics II||3|
|PSYC 555||Seminar in Industrial Training||3|
|PSYC 556||Organizational Psychology||3|
|Select six credit hours from the following:||6|
|Industrial Psychology Internship I||1-6|
|Industrial Psychology Internship II||1-6|
|Select 19 credit hours||19|
|Total Credit Hours||43|
These core courses provide a broad understanding of human relations in the workplace through theory and practice. Electives in advanced general psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, vocational rehabilitation, public administration, law, and business allow for specialization. Designed as a two year full-time program with a minimum of 43 credit hours required, it also can be undertaken on a part-time basis. A research thesis or project is not required. Completing each I/O and statistics course with a minimum of a “B” (or appropriate remedial work determined by the department) constitutes the comprehensive requirement. There is no foreign language requirement.
Minimum requirements for admission include a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.1/4.0, GRE results, and favorable academic recommendations. Further information can be obtained from the program upon request.