Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Beginning grad school was a lot like the transition from high school to college … just without the constant career changes and sense of invincibility. Grad school can be exciting, stressful, confusing, and fun all at [...]
Jim Taylor, M.S. I/O Psychology 1989, was awarded the College of Psychology and Liberal Arts Outstanding Alumni Award for 2014. Jim is currently Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Career Partners International – Florida & [...]
Industrial/Organizational psychologist is one of the fastest growing jobs in America! Industrial-organizational psychology will be the fastest growing occupation over the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics newly released Occupational Outlook Handbook. The [...]
The two years I spent being an I/O Psychology student at FIT were the best years in my life. The program gave me the chance to gain the consulting experience way before I completed the program. [...]
What is industrial and organizational psychology (I/O) and why do I recommend you consider a career in the field?
Industrial and organizational psychology (I/O) is psychology applied to the workplace. I/O psychology is applied. That means we study things that matter and we use the results of our research to make recommendations for improvements that [...]