Graduate Exam: ALES or GRE score (ALES EA 75)
English Proficiency Exam: METU IYS (80)
Reference Letter: 2 reference letters (from applicants outside of METU Psychology Department)
Letter of Intention: A letter of intention in English
Letter of intention must not be longer than 1000 words.
If you follow the link below, you can find detailed information regarding application process.
Also, you can find up-to-date and detailed information regarding application criteria of graduate programs.
The evaluation criteria are as follows:
50% ALES or GRE
Students need to successfully complete 6 required courses (two of which are non-credit) and 4 courses with elective course status. PSY699 and PSY900 are non-credit courses. All credit courses are worth 3 credits. When deemed necessary by the advisor or upon the request of the student, students can take extra courses from I/O psychology or related areas.
|PSY620*||Research Methods in Industrial and Organizational Psychology||(3-0)3|
|PSY601||Pro-seminar in Psychology||(3-0)3|
|PSY671||Supervised Research in Psychology I||(3-0)3|
|PSY672||Supervised Research in Psychology II||(3-0)3|
*or an equivalent course approved by the department/advisor.
|Students need to complete 4 courses with elective status. Two of these will be Industrial and Organizational (IO) Psychology courses and two will be free electives. With the consent of the advisor, free electives can be taken either from IO area courses, courses offered in other psychology subdisciplines or related disciplines, or from universities abroad with which our department has an exchange agreement. Students who have not obtained their MS degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, are expected to complete at least 4 IO courses that tap core IO topics such as “PSY535 Job Analysis and Performance Appraisal”, “PSY509 Advanced Overview of I/O Psychology” “PSY536 Personnel Selection and Testing” and “PSY633 Personality at Work: Theories and Assessment” with the consent of the advisor. Below is the list of courses offered in IO.|
Area Elective Courses
|PSY500 *||Advanced Statistics for Psychology I||(3-2)4|
|PSY510 *||Advanced Statistics for Psychology II||(3-2)4|
|PSY504||Leadership and Motivation||(3-0)3|
|PSY506||Training and Evaluation||(3-0)3|
|PSY509||Advanced Overview of I/O Psychology||(3-0)3|
|PSY517||Vocational Counseling and Career Development||(3-0)3|
|PSY519||Human Factors and Performance||(3-0)3|
|PSY535||Advanced Job Analysis and Performance Appraisal||(3-0)3|
|PSY536||Personnel Selection and Testing||(3-0)3|
|PSY633||Personality at Work: Theories and Assessment||(3-0)3|
|PSY634||Gender at Work||(3-0)3|
|PSY662||Advanced Issues in Organizational Safety Culture and Climate||(3-0)3|
|PSY698||Supervised Practice in I/O Psychology||(3-0)3|
|* Students need to complete PSY500 and PSY510 if they have not done so before enrolling in the program.|
|Requirements that must be completed to start dissertation
|Student must complete all of the credits and pass an oral and written Ph.D. qualification examination.|
|Information on the qualifying examination process can be found at this link.|