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Industrial-Organizational Psychology

(Bachelor’s Online)

Why a degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology

  • The program is designed with your career goals in mind and to meet the unique and demanding needs of working adults.
  • Classes are offered 100% online. There are no required class or login times, and faculty and tech support are there to help you at expanded hours.
  • The program explores human behavior in the workplace and the principles of  psychology and business to improve the performance and well-being of employees and employers.
  • You can earn your Industrial-Psychology degree in as little as 18 months.


What is the typical salary for a degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology?


Human Resources Manager


Employment Counselor


Sales Representative


Public Affairs Manager

Salary based on data compiled by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Why Keystone?

You can be confident that Keystone’s Online Degree Programs adhere to the same high standards of quality as our traditional, on-campus programs. Keystone is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. It’s ranked among the best regional colleges in the U.S., and as one of the best schools for military veterans. It’s also the oldest educational institution in Northeast Pennsylvania.


Generous Credit Transfer

If you’ve already earned applicable credits, they may be accepted for transfer to Keystone. Students can transfer up to 75 credits of the 120 credits required for graduation.


Classes are offered 100% online. and are designed to fit into your schedule, enabling you to balance work and family life, finish your degree, enhance your skills and advance your career.


Tuition is an affordable $460 per credit hour with a $200 graduation fee, and financial aid is available for those who qualify. Our FAFSA school code is 003280, and you can find out more here.

Featured Faculty

Marie Andreoli, PhD

Marie Andreoli, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychology
Patricia Davis, PhD

Patricia Davis, PhD

Chair of Business, Management, and Technology
Kassandra Ford

Kassandra Ford

Instructor of Business and Accounting
Kevin Vinson

Kevin Vinson

Associate Professor of Accounting

Program Goals

  • Evaluate models used to explain individual behavior related to motivation and rewards.
  • Identifying the processes used in developing communication and resolving conflicts.
  • Explain group dynamics and the skills required for working in groups.
  • Evaluate ethical and lawful decision making and problem-solving processes about people at work.
  • Apply the theoretical frameworks of psychology to make organizations more effective and efficient.


Dr. Patricia Davis
Program Director


120 total credit hours
30 common core credits
33 credits within major
57 elective credits
Up to 75 transfer credits
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