Industrial/Organizational Psychology Careers and Internships
Students in this concentration have the option to participate in an internship.
But, let’s get to the part you’re really interested in: what do our graduates do after leaving Springfield College?
Industrial/organizational psychology students work in human resources management, training and development, consumer research, recruitment, organizational development, and management consulting. You’ll find our graduates employed in corporate, nonprofit, and public settings.
Graduates of the I/O psychology program have worked in the following careers.
- Career counselor
- Executive recruiter
- Human resources generalist
- Human resources manager
- Human resources specialist
- Independent consultant
- Learning and organization development manager
- Management consultant
- Organization development consultant
- Organizational researcher
- Project manager
- Staffing coordinator
- Training coordinator
- Training specialist
If you're interested in learning more about the variety of career opportunities in the industrial/organizational psychology field, you can visit the American Psychological Association.