Industrial/Organizational Psychology (Graduate) Program Outcomes
Goal 1: Consulting and/or Professional Skills
Graduates are expected to develop skills useful to functioning as a professional and/or consultant in the field of IO Psychology or other related disciplines.
- SLO 1: Students will be able to recognize and practice the consulting process.
SLO 2: Students will be able to demonstrate professional communication in prepared oral presentation and written work.
Goal 2: Research Methods, Statistics, and Data Analysis
Graduates are expected to know how to design and conduct research, in addition to analyze and interpret data.
- SLO 3: Students will be able to compose sound research questions and determine the appropriate methods to test them.
SLO 4: Students will be able to collect, analyze and interpret data for written paper(s) and/or oral report(s).
Goal 3: Ethical, Legal, Diversity, and/or International Issues
Graduates are expected to value the role of ethics and legal issues as well as respect people from cultures or beliefs different from one’s own.
- SLO 5: Students will be able to identify the role that diversity plays in fostering effective and inclusive interactions between individuals, groups/teams, organizations and/or communities.
SLO 6: Students will be able to interpret and evaluate relevant ethical guidelines, norms, and standards for research, consulting, and professional practice.
Goal 4: Industrial/Organizational Psychology Core Domains
Graduates are expected to develop a critical understanding of a significant portion of the field and be prepared for careers in the field of IO Psychology or other related disciplines.
- SLO 7: Students will be able identify and describe the current issues or trends in the domains of IO Psychology.
SLO 8: Students will be able to apply IO Psychology or related fields’ theory, principles, approaches, and/or techniques to discover solutions that can solve or address problems in a real-world context and/or scenario.