One Step Ahead in I/O Psychology [podcast]

When it comes to making an impact in the field of I/O Psychology, one of the first skills necessary is in learning new things. Life is constantly changing, and with those changes comes a need for flexibility and new knowledge.

In the grand landscape of what makes up I/O Psychology, one thing remains a constant and that is the dynamic nature of the way we operate in life and in the workforce.

In this episode of UMBC’s Mic’d Up Podcast, Spenser Haffey ’19 M.P.S. I/O Psychology, joins host, Dennise Cardona, to chat about how he contributes to the world through his role as an I/O Psychology professional.

About UMBC’s I/O Psychology Graduate Programs

UMBC’s Master’s Program in I/O Psychology is a unique, highly applied program which provides graduate training focused on developing skills that are relevant in today’s job market. Students explore and integrate important topics including organizational behavioral management, consulting, human factors, and professional human resources practice. Our graduates develop a professional portfolio while building strong relationships with faculty practitioners and industry professionals.

This program is ideal for students who want to work in areas such as: Human Resources, Talent Acquisition, Talent Assessment and Talent Management, Organizational Behavior and Development, and Training and Development.

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  1. john says:

    Great post on the dynamic nature of I/O psychology and how UMBC’s program prepares students for the job market. Well done! Can you tell more about the professional portfolio development in the program?

    1. Dennise Cardona says:

      Hi John!Thanks for watching!
      Let me direct you directly to the contact page where you can ask all your questions. The program staff will be able to help you with any questions you have.

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