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Industrial / Organizational Psychology (IOMP)

Degree Program Overview

The UGA Professional Master’s Program in Industrial-Organizational Psychology is an innovative, two-year program designed for working professionals seeking to pursue graduate education in a collaborative, practitioner-focused format. Courses are delivered by our team of renowned I-O faculty and practitioners via only five weekend class sessions each semester at UGA’s Gwinnett Campus.

Half of the courses in this program are taught by talented, experienced practitioners from Atlanta area businesses and consulting firms. This includes HR executives, managing consultants, and independent business owners. The remaining courses are taught by academic faculty at UGA (the I/O Doctoral Program at UGA was recently ranked #2 in the country in I/O research productivity). 

Semester-long course projects are frequently conducted within organizations around Atlanta. Common course projects include competency modeling, coaching, assessment development, and data analytics. 

More Information

Details on this program are available on the program website: 

These details include application requirements, profiles of current students and alumni, as well as five FAQ pages.