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Overview

Capella University's online Master's in Psychology program is designed to help you make a greater difference with critical thinking, reasoning, and coping capabilities. Enrich your understanding of general psychological principles, theories, and research methodologies, and use electives to delve more deeply into the topics of your choice.

With this program, you can choose an established area of concentration, such as health psychology or family psychology, or you can design an interdisciplinary program that blends psychology with education, business, or human services courses.

To learn more about this degree program, request more information and we will match you with an enrollment counselor who specializes in your area of study.

FlexPath: A More Direct Path to Your Degree

FlexPath can help you earn your degree on your own schedule, at your own pace — with the potential to save you time and money. FlexPath self-paced learning allows you to move quickly through subjects you’re more familiar with or more slowly as needed. You’ll develop the same mastery — and earn the same degree — as the structured version of your degree program, only in a more efficient, more personalized way. Learn more about FlexPath Self-Paced Learning.

Degree Outcomes

With your Master's in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Capella, you'll learn and understand scientific merit of the I/O professional literature. You'll also learn leading-edge assessment techniques, leadership and group development theories, conflict management strategies, and other techniques for increasing motivation and improving workplace performance. Discover specifically what you'll learn — and how you can apply it.

View full learning and career outcomes report for this program at CapellaResults.com.

Career Outcomes

Common jobs with an online program in industrial/organizational psychology include adjunct or part-time faculty, assessment specialist, manager or director of labor relations or organizational consultant (internal or external). Potential workplaces include community college, corporation, government, nonprofit or military.