MA Applied Psychology
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Transfer Credits
Up to 18 credit hours can be transferred to Liberty
Next Start Date
Jan 13, 2020
Accreditation
Liberty University is accredited by SACSCOC

Inspire Success with Our Master of Arts in Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology Degree

You’re a leader who finds solutions to problems, and you’re ready to share those solutions with others. At Liberty, our Master of Arts in Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology degree will help you develop the expertise you need to tackle businesses’ organizational, administrative, and managerial problems. One of our core missions is to Train Champions for Christ, which means that while you gain the skills you need to propel your career forward, you will also learn how to create business environments that value biblical ethics, customers, and employees.


Why Choose Liberty’s Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology Master’s Degree?

Our M.A. in Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology degree provides the resources and advanced training you need to be successful in your current job or in a future career pursuit. We are proud of the faculty members who make up our School of Behavioral Sciences and Department of Psychology. These men and women have years of experience as professionals in counseling, human services, and human resources. Additionally, they’ve earned doctoral degrees from respected schools throughout the country and have conducted important research in the field. They are excited about the opportunity to train and mentor you throughout your master’s degree in applied industrial/organizational psychology and will do all they can do to help you succeed as a young professional.

While you’re studying with us, you’ll have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience by participating in one or more of our academic trips. Learn how culture affects psychology and organizational structure by traveling to places like Ecuador, New York, Poland, and South Korea. Plus, our Department of Psychology organizes service events, research opportunities, and special presentations designed to help you gain experience and network with peers, faculty, and leaders in the field.


What Will You Learn in Our Master’s in Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology Degree Program?

By earning your master’s degree in applied psychology, you will build the foundational knowledge you need to help businesses, ministries, and nonprofits inspire employees and achieve success. Throughout this degree, you will study research-based methods for analyzing and improving management styles, personnel performance, and human resource development. Whether you’re called to workforce management, talent development, or consulting, this degree will help you get there.

View our applied industrial/organizational psychology Degree Completion Plan, and check out our featured courses below for more information!

Featured Courses

PSYC 510 – Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology I

PSYC 520 – Psychology and Christianity

PSYC 545 – Test Construction/Validation

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Our M.A. in Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology Degree Program Highlights

  • Our Christ-centered courses teach you cutting-edge research and counseling techniques.
  • Collaborate on research with our faculty members, who have years of professional experience, and who will help you seek opportunities for presenting and publishing your work.
  • Multiple psychology events and internship opportunities are available to give you real-world training and experience.
  • Gain professional experience by participating in our academic trips to places like Ecuador, New York, and Poland.

Career Opportunities for Our Master’s in Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology Graduates

  • Human Resources Manager
  • Industrial-Organizational Psychologist
  • Organizational Consultant
  • Personnel Analyst
  • Research Consultant
  • Talent Developer
  • Workforce Manager

Admission Requirements for Graduate Degrees

Every application is reviewed on a case-by-case basis, and all applicants must submit the following documents and meet the minimum requirements for admission:

  • Admission application
  • Self-certification form (for students who are in the final term of their bachelor’s degree)
  • Official transcripts showing a regionally or nationally accredited bachelor’s degree with at least a 2.5 GPA for admission in good standing
  • Current Liberty undergraduate students seeking preliminary acceptance into a graduate program must complete a graduation application through their ASIST account
  • Undergraduate prerequisites (can be taken after admission): 12 credit hours in psychology which must include general psychology, statistics, research methods, and one additional psychology course

Our Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology Master’s Degree Information