Baruch Ranks as the Best College for Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
November 4, 2021
Baruch College is the best higher education institution for students seeking a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, according to a new ranking from Organizational Psychology Degrees.
At Baruch, students pursuing a degree in industrial/organizational (I/O) psychology earn a BBA from the Zicklin School of Business. Weissman School of Arts and Sciences professors teach all psychology courses, with an emphasis on I/O psychology.
In the “Top 10 Bachelor’s in Industrial/Organizational Psychology 2022” ranking, Baruch placed ahead of universities and colleges throughout the country, including Washington University, San Diego State, and University of Detroit.
The BBA in industrial/organizational psychology can open up career opportunities in a wide range of sectors, including government, market research, human resource management, and sales. Additionally, the degree can serve as a launch pad for advanced studies to obtain a master’s degree or PhD.
According to Organizational Psychology Degrees, employers today are valuing employees with I/O psychology skills. In coverage of its ranking, the organization cites U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicating employment in psychology (including I/O psychology) is expected to grow by eight percent through 2020.
Learn more about the industrial/organizational psychology BBA degree.
To create this ranking of the top bachelor’s degrees in industrial/organizational psychology, Organizational Psychology Degrees used information from the National Center for Education Statistics College Navigator. The company determined that the top programs held regional accreditation, were taught by expert faculty, and offered courses specifically in I/O psychology consistent with the demands of the industry. The factors used to evaluate each program were net price, student to faculty ratio, and overall graduation rate. Read a detailed explanation of the methodology.
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