Industrial/Organizational – (Vancouver campus)
Graduates in this area have successfully gone on to applied and academic positions (both in Business Schools and Psychology Departments). Faculty research focuses on occupational health psychology and examines the impact of a variety of workplace stressors (e.g., job insecurity, work-family conflict, sexual harassment, discrimination) on individual, job-related, and organizational outcomes. Students pursuing this track will be expected to complete Psych 519 (Industrial/Organizational Psychology) and are strongly encouraged to complete Psych 550 and Phil 540; additional courses relevant to the student’s research will be selected in consultation with the advisor. In general, students are encouraged to seek advanced training in quantitative and statistical methods and to enroll in relevant coursework available through the Management Department in the College of Business.