When it comes to career success, UMBC’s I/O Psychology Graduate Program Advisory Board ensures students have everything they need.
That being said, many factors come into play when choosing an I/O Psychology graduate program. First of all, how will your degree program help you land a job? And furthermore, will you leave the program with a valuable network of connections?
At UMBC, we provide an education that extends far beyond the classroom. An advisory board oversees UMBC’s I/O Psychology program. They help ensure that students receive a world-class education with real-world applications.
What is an advisory board?
An advisory board is a group of individuals who work to support and advise a corporation, organization, or foundation. The Advisory Board at UMBC’s Industrial/Organizational Psychology program encompasses the spirit of UMBC. The passion, positivity, and resilience of our board members fuels our students and professors. Consequently, this allows us to offer a program that stands out from other universities.
How does UMBC’s I/O Psych advisory board prepare students for career success?
At UMBC, we encourage research from our students. We provide a wide-range of resources to accommodate a student’s time with us. Representatives with vast industry experience from business, industry and government make up our Advisory Board. Hence, students gain both program and real world expertise.
Furthermore, members have a deep understanding about the field. They know what students require for career success. Our curriculum accommodates professional students with busy schedules. We understand their busy schedules. Therefore, we offer a flexible program designed to meet their needs. Additionally, our classes are held at in the evening. Also, core classes are offered on a rotating schedule to accommodate working professionals. In conclusion, UMBC works hard to provide a comprehensive and quality education at a manageable cost.
UMBC’s Advisory Board Honored at Advisory Board Recognition Event on May 3rd
The dynamic nature of an Advisory Board requires a team spirit. UMBC’s IO Psychology program enjoys cultivating this. On May 3, UMBC was proud to host the I/O Psychology program’s annual Advisory Board Recognition Event. Pictured here are members of the Advisory Board round table along with program director, Dr. Elliot Lasson.
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