Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, major in Social-Organizational Psychology

The program prepares students for advanced research/teaching on the behavior of individuals and groups in social and organizational settings. It equips them with skills for careers as scholars in academic and other research settings.
Research interests in Social Psychology cover areas such as social change, political psychology, peace psychology, cultural psychology, community psychology, gender, and environmental issues. Students interested in Organizational Psychology can focus on research topics such as psychological and social influences on work behavior, human performance in the work place, optimizing human resources, and organizational climate and processes.