The field of IO Psychology is a great place for professionals who thrive in analyzing issues and providing potential solutions. Saad Arshad ’21, M.P.S. IO Psychology, enjoyed this aspect of his capstone experience.
The journey from student to practitioner is a rewarding one, especially when you can apply the very things learned in the classroom to the real-world.
Want to know the secret to career success? It’s taking the challenge to think bigger, to learn and grow, and to leverage that in your current situation.
Managing Talent During COVID 19 brings many challenges. Tune into this insightful session where UMBC’s I/O Psychology graduate program director, Dr. Elliot D. Lasson, engages the perspectives of IO and HR professionals. Learn more about UMBC’s IO Psychology graduate program: http://umbc.edu/io
The field of IO Psychology is vast. From specialized focus to a more generalized strategic approach, IO Psychologists can impact organizations on many levels.
We had the pleasure of interviewing UMBC IO Psychology graduate student, John D’Amore about his experience with the program and also the benefits of the practicum course.
In today’s uncertain world, one fact remains true – there are advantages to proper planning when it comes to job searching.
UMBC students reflected on the SIOP conference that took place in National Harbor, MD. They shared their experience with us below.
I recently sat down with Wendy Merrill – a member of the Advisory Board for UMBC’s Industrial/Organizational Psychology graduate program – to chat about career advice in the field of I/O Psychology.
When it comes to finding the best program fit, you have plenty of choices with UMBC’s Professional Programs.