What should I major in to be a industrial/organizational psychologist?
I am considering a career in industrial/organizational psychology, and I am not sure what to major in for my undergraduate studies. If you are an IO psych or you know an IO psych, please help me. Thanks.
Asked By: Chloe S. - 3/24/2007
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Here is what an IO psychologist at the University of South Florida suggests... More
Answered By: psychgrad - 3/25/2007
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You merely become a Psyc Major in college. Take classes that address I/O psyc. When you get to graduate school you can zero in more closely
Answered By: Baby Bloo - 3/24/2007
Major in psychology and minor in business or human resources.
Answered By: DrPhill - 3/24/2007
Psychology undergrad and find some research to do with someone doing I/O. Then get a Ph.D in I/O.
Answered By: heathermagoo13 - 3/24/2007
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