Department of Psychology

Industrial and Organizational Psychology, ABM

The Depart of Psychology is pleased to announce a new degree program:

ACCELERATED BACHELOR/MASTER (ABM) IN

INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL (I-O) PSYCHOLOGY

Students currently enrolled at Auburn University have a unique opportunity to earn a master's degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology along with their bachelor's degree in 5 years. ‚Äč

Psychology majors in their junior year at Auburn university can apply for the ABM program in I-O Psychology

Requirements:

  • Student is a current Psychology Major
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA 
  • Minimum of 60 to maximum of 90 credit hours (at least 30 credit hours completed at Auburn University)
  • complete online application
    • Letter of intent
    • copy of GRE scores
    • Copy of AU Transcript
    • CV or Resume (optional)
    • Letter of Intent
      • describe why you are interested in pursuing a master’s degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Address how your experiences make you a suitable applicant for this program. Your statement should be no more than 2 pages and should be single-spaced.  
    • Minimum of 2 letters of recommendation
      • names and email contact information for letter writers
    • Please have letter writers submit letter to ioabm@auburn.edu     

             The program will commence Fall 2017, and application deadline is March 15, 2017

The Industrial/Organizational (I/O) psychology faculty will review all applications to determine student's suitability and entrance into the ABM program. 

 

Students will be notified of their status for the ABM program usually before the end of spring semester (if not sooner) of their junior year which allows sufficient time to enroll in graduate coursework. The Department of Psychology will notify the Graduate School with a list of students for approval to pursue the ABM in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 

Please see M.S. in Industrial and Organizational Science curriculum for course listings.

 

Last Updated: March 20, 2017