Industrial/Organizational Psychology Doctoral Program Named #8 Program in the Nation
August 4, 2021
The City University of New York Graduate Center’s (GC) Industrial/Organizational psychology doctoral program at Baruch’s Weissman School of Arts and Sciences is among the top programs in the country, according to a new ranking from Organizational Psychology Degrees.
The program was ranked #8 on the top ten list, and was #5 among public institutions –– occupying the same top spot as it did in the 2019 and 2020 editions of the ranking.
“A Top Doctoral Program,” Focus on Diversity
The Industrial/Organization Psychology doctoral program is designed to prepare students as both practitioners and scientists, giving them the tools they need to develop critical research and analytical skills for a wide range of career paths in academic, organizational, and consulting work.
Organizational Psychology Degrees praised the GC and Baruch program for its “collaborative culture of faculty and student support in research excellence,” and also highlighted the program’s focus on diversity as a “core value.” The ranking also pointed toward the caliber of the program’s faculty, noting, “the program attracts some of the top talents in the field and faculty are widely recognized for their contributions to I/O psychology.”
For more information about the program, visit I/O psychology at the Graduate Center and the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences.
Organization Psychology Degrees used data from National Center for Education Statistics College Navigator to identify accredited colleges with relevant doctoral programs. In determining their ranking, they focused on “programs offering a well-rounded curriculum based on the scientist-practitioner approach, which prepares graduates for a variety of different career settings.” Additional criteria include cost of tuition and student–faculty ratio.
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