Get the cross-cultural preparation you need to thrive in an international workforce.
Today’s companies that employ Industrial and Organizational Psychologists typically have global connections, whether the company is multinational or the company has international partners, vendors or consumers. These companies benefit greatly from having IO psychology professionals who are prepared to consult to such organizations that transcend national boundaries.
If you've earned or are earning your master's degree in industrial and organizational psychology (IOP), this 12-credit post-baccalaureate certificate program provides you with credentials that emphasize your experience in global IOP.
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“We believe always as educators, and as scholars, that we grow from interaction with others,” said Sri Zaheer, dean of the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. “We grow from ideas from working off the developments of others. That’s how knowledge advances.”
“We’re not just concerned about a particular country or a particular state,” she added. “We are concerned about our impact on society and our impact on the world. And the only way we can do it is through better collaboration.”
Due the global 2020 global pandemic, students in the M.S. in Applied Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology (IOP) and Graduate Certificate in Global IOP programs completed the global engagement portion of their capstone course with a week-long virtual trip to Silcon Valley, CA. The students met with leaders from start-up to fully mature multinational companies, including Intuit, Google, Salesforce, Culture Amp, Numerify, Solaredge, Facebook, Hewlett Packard, Houzz and Pulse Secure. Watch the students deliver 5-minute Ignite presentations about their experiences studying and visiting these companies.
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