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Industrial/Organizational (I.O.) Psychology
Industrial/organizational psychology is a relatively new field that emphasizes the unique focus of organized behavior occurring in industrial settings. The field offers many employment opportunities at the Bachelor's level. It is an excellent choice for the student who has a combined interest in psychology and business.
Six elective courses provide students with preparation for work in a variety of business-related fields, including human resources, personnel relations, and management.
The I/0 track requires a minimum QPA of 3.0 in psychology courses.