In this doctoral specialization, you will examine the impact of structure, class, ethnicity, age, sexuality, and other sociocultural factors on individual and organizational behavior. As you explore concepts in change management, ethical and legal standards, and research design, you can prepare to apply I-O principles and practices to help create more diverse, effective workplaces and promote social change.
Reflecting trends in increasingly globalized workplaces, this specialization is designed to develop I-O leaders who can provide valuable organizational support in diverse work environments and promote and lead social change initiatives. Gain the skills to support global leaders, conduct global activities, and address cultural differences.
Through your doctoral dissertation, you will have the opportunity to research an area of specific interest and contribute to the body of knowledge in the field.
106 total quarter credits
Core Courses (71 cr.)
Specialization Courses (15 cr.)
Dissertation (20 cr.)
PhD residencies (4 four-day sessions)
This sequence represents the minimum time to completion. Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.
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Last updated August 7, 2015