Business Administration, MBA, Dual Degree with Industrial/Organizational Psychology, MA

Offered in: Chicago

Roosevelt University’s Heller College of Business offers the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program which prepares students for executive and managerial positions.

This dual degree program allows select students to be concurrently enrolled in two sought-after degree programs. As a result of interdisciplinary cooperation between the Heller College of Business and the College of Arts and Sciences, this highly structured offering allows qualified students to obtain both a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in I/O Psychology and a Master of Arts in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, with a minimum of 20 courses (58 hours).

Admission

Required for admission:

  • Completed application.
  • Admissions essay.
  • 3.0 undergraduate GPA.  Students below the 3.0 undergraduate GPA might be asked to complete an interview process with the Assistant Dean of Students, Department Chairs and/or faculty.
  • 18 undergraduate hours in psychology, business, economics or related fields, including course work in statistics and research methods.

For further information, follow these links:

MBA program

I/O Psychology program

Requirements

Required Courses
Select three of the following: 1
INTERMEDIATE STATISTICS
ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY
ADVANCED RESEARCH METHODS
Orientation
BADM 401GRADUATE BUSINESS ORIENTATION1
Other Required
ACCT 405ACCOUNTING FOR EXECUTIVES3
ECON 403ECONOMICS FOR DECISION MAKERS3
FIN 408FINANCE FOR DECISION MAKERS3
INFS 401INFORMATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT3
MGMT 407EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP3
MGMT 489STRATEGIC MANAGMENT -- SINGLE BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS3
MKTG 406MARKETING STRATEGY: THEORY & PRACTICE3
PSYC 500ADVANCED STATISTICS3
Electives
Four 600-level Industrial/Organizational Psychology electives12
One 400-level Business elective3
One 400-level Psychology elective3
Thesis or Internship
PSYC 690MA THESIS3
or PSYC 699 MA INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PRACTICUM
Total Credit Hours46
1

 An average of B (3.0) or better to complete acceptance into the dual degree program.