Applied workplace psychology How to apply

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How to apply

Fulfill the admission requirements

The applied workplace certificate program is open to all persons holding a bachelor's, master's or doctorate degree in psychology, business, or a related field, and who have a minimum of one year of professional employment experience.

Application dates

To start classes in Apply by Classes begin
Fall April 30 August
Spring November 15 January
Summer March 15 June

Gather your papers

  • Statement of purpose should be 2-3 paragraphs explaining why you are applying for this program. Statement is to be submitted electronically on the online application; you'll copy and paste it into the provided text box.
  • Unofficial transcripts are sufficient for an admit decision. Upload your transcripts on the online application under your "Institutional Data." If you previously attended S&T, please email if you need an unofficial transcript for your application. An unofficial transcript is required for your application to be processed.
  • Official transcripts should be mailed to S&T Admissions:
    • Missouri University of Science and Technology
      106 Parker Hall
      300 W. 12th Street
      Rolla, Missouri 65409-1060

Complete the online application

When you start a new application, select "Graduate Online/Distance" and then select the certificate program. Don't forget to list your current employer and company location on the application.

Please note: Letters of recommendation are NOT required for certificate applicants. If prompted for recommendations on the online application please disregard.

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Learn more about this program

This program is administered by the Department of Psychological Science

Program contact

Clair Reynolds Kueny

  • Department Chair Psychological Science, Program Director Industrial-Organizational Psychology Programs, Associate Professor
  • 573-341-4937