Graduate Exam: ALES or GRE score (ALES EA 75)
English Proficiency Exam: METU IYS (80)
Reference Letter: 2 reference letters (required from both METU Psychology and other university graduates)
Letter of Intention: A letter of intention in English
After the initial evaluation successful applicants will be invited for an interview.
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Also, you can find up-to-date and detailed information regarding application criteria of graduate programs.
Students from other disciplines can also apply for the M.S. program in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Successful applicants will be admitted to the scientific (psychology) preparation program, during which they will be required to take no more than 18 credits of undergraduate classes. Psychology courses taken prior to admission may be counted toward the scientific preparation credits upon acceptance by the admission committee.
Students are required to take eight 3-credit courses, the non-credit "Prosthesis Seminar Industrial and Organizational (I/O)" and "Master’s Thesis" course and complete a Master’s thesis . Upon satisfactory completion of the program below, students earn a Master of Science degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
|PSY 500||Advanced Statistics for Psychology I||(3-2)4|
|PSY 510||Advanced Statistics for Psychology II||(3-2)4|
|PSY 508||Prothesis Seminar||non-credit|
|PSY 599||Master's Thesis||non-credit|
|PSY 831-833||Special Studies||non-credit|
|A. Field Courses: Students are expected to take at least four of the below.|
|PSY 504||Leadership and Motivation||(3-0)3|
|PSY 506||Training and Evaluation||(3-0)3|
|PSY 509||Advanced Overview of I/O Psychology||(3-0)3|
|PSY 517||Vocational Counselling and Career Development||(3-0)3|
|PSY 519||Human Factors and Performance||(3-0)3|
|PSY 535||Advanced Job Analysis and Performance Appraisal||(3-0)3|
|PSY 536||Personnel Selection and Testing||(3-0)3|
|PSY 538||Program Evaluation||(3-0)3|
|B. Electives from related areas: At least two free electives from related areas approved by the Department/Advisor/Program coordinator.|