Industrial and Organizational Psychology
The establishment of Industrial and Organizational Psychology is done to generate psychological principles and research methods to resolve problems in the workplace and improve the quality of life. It is built to develop a program, designed to help managers improve their communication skills, develop a strong management style, and enhance their problem-solving abilities.
Eligibility Criteria for Industrial & Organizational Psychology Division
a)The individual must have at least 10 -20 years of experience in this field.
b)The individual must hold a PhD degree or equivalent.
c) The individual must have published significant, peer-reviewed research beyond the doctoral dissertation.
d) Be actively involved in independent scientific research in psychology or allied sciences.
e) Should accrue supervised hours, ranging from 1,500 to 6,000 hours, depending on the state.
f) Pass the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP). Pass a jurisprudence exam, if applicable.
g) Voluntary certification from the American Board of Organizational and Business Consulting Psychology (ABOBCP) to demonstrate competency and commitment in the field.