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Industrial-Organizational Psychology
PsychologyThe College of Humanities and Social Sciences

I-O Psychology

I-O PsychologyGeorge Mason University

The industrial-organizational (IO) psychology program focuses on multiple aspects of behavior in organizational settings, including personnel selection, quantitative analysis, teams, leadership, work and family issues, and organizational health issues. Mason’s work in this area emphasizes research as the key to knowledge in both academic and applied settings. The program fosters a peer-oriented environment whereby students collaborate on numerous projects in addition to working with faculty members, in many different areas of industrial/organizational psychology.

For more information, please watch this introductory video.