Why Study I-O at Roosevelt University?
We know you have many choices both nationally and within the Chicagoland area when selecting an I-O graduate program. We also know we don’t have a flashy website to persuade you that our program is your best option. We're okay with that. In fact, we like our website just the way it is. Our I-O M.A. Program is about substance and providing students with outstanding graduate-level training. So our website is like our program – substance over style.
Here are a few reasons why we feel Roosevelt’s I-O M.A. program is world class:
Our M.A. program is constructed according to the industry standard "Scientist-Practitioner Model." This means that students are trained in research methodology and quantitative approaches to organizational issues. Students are also trained to apply that knowledge in the workplace.
This approach prepares students for a number of options after they finish the program. Program graduates routinely take positions in:
Students must complete the following courses to complete the M.A. Degree:
Program Total: 36 credit hours
Students must complete a capstone to complete the program.
Please meet with a program advisor or I-O faculty early in the program (or before you apply) if you have questions about the capstone options.
View the packets below for more information on the capstones:
The program admits new students each fall, spring and summer semester, on both a full and part-time basis.
Attention: If you experience any online application problems, please directly contact the director of the M.A. program, Jacqueline Deuling, at email@example.com.
PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRES:
Roosevelt considers each applicant on an individual basis and seeks diversity in ethnic and cultural background, education and life experience, and sexual orientation.
The I-O M.A. program accepts applications on a rolling basis for Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. However, students should consider the following information carefully when preparing their application.
Deadlines for students applying to start FALL SEMESTER:
The I-O Program awards a limited number of assistantships annually to students studying I-O Psychology. Graduate assistants are compensated with (partial) tuition remission and a stipend to work directly with I-O faculty on research projects.
Only students applying to start the I-O M.A. program during fall semester may be considered for a graduate assistantship. To be considered for the Graduate Assistantship applicants must complete BOTH the program application AND the Graduate Assistantship/Scholarship Application by February 1st.
The assistantship/scholarship application requires:
Roosevelt offers a partial merit-based scholarship for incoming students with GPAs that are 3.5 and above (on a 4.0 scale).
The priority scholarship application deadline is March 1 for students applying to start the program during the Fall Semester, and October 15th for students applying to start the program in the Spring Semester. Students whose applications are received after the priority deadlines will be considered as funds are available.
Roosevelt University awards a very limited number of assistantships annually to students studying I-O Psychology. Graduate assistants work directly with faculty on research projects. The Graduate School also awards merit scholarships to applicants with an undergraduate GPA above 3.5.
To be considered for either the Graduate Assistantship or Graduate Scholarships, applicants must complete the OPTIONAL Graduate Assistantship/Scholarship Application by February 1st. The assistantship/scholarship application requires:
PLEASE NOTE: ALL applicants must complete the application to the M.A. Program in I-O Psychology (above). Completing the application for assistantship/scholarship consideration does NOT constitute an application to the I-O M.A. Program.
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