Organizational - Industrial Psychology

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M.A. Program
Ph.D. Program
Our Faith Commitment

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M.A. Sequence
Ph.D. Sequence
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PROGRAM OVERVIEW:

OUR FAITH COMMITMENT

Seattle Pacific's industrial/organizational psychology programs are built upon a Christian faith perspective. Master's students complete one four-credit faith integration course (ORG 6001), and doctoral students complete two of four-credit faith integration courses (ORG 7001 & 7002). The master's and doctoral faith integration courses encourage students to examine concepts of leadership, work, and vocation from a Biblical perspective.

At the same time, an open enrollment philosophy that welcomes students of all faith backgrounds is integrated into both programs. Each student is encouraged to discover and refine his or her personal sense of vocation and convictions related to faith, life, work, stewardship, and organizational leadership.