Succeed with a Business Psychology Degree
- $320/credit (120 total credits)
- Transfer up to 90 credits
- Accredited by NECHE & ACBSP
- No application fee or SAT/ACT scores
- Learn from professionals working in the field
- Apply psychological concepts to business
Online Business Psychology Degree Program Overview
Southern New Hampshire University's online Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Administration with a concentration in Industrial Organizational Psychology goes beyond the typical psychology degree. It explores how human behavior relates to organizational goals, and it offers strategies that can help you build an effective workplace.
This degree provides a unique blend of psychology and business courses to help you develop skills to solve individual, group and organizational problems and to influence organizational change.
Learn how to:
- Develop business management approaches that align with organizational philosophies
- Help build collaborative relationships with diverse teams
- Problem-solve across functional areas by integrating personal values with ethical, legal and socially responsible business practices
- Explain implications of global and societal contexts on business decisions
- Recommend strategic and creative business options using data
- Communicate effectively to diverse internal and external audiences
- Use research to learn how to constructively address various business needs
- Examine the ways psychological research and theories inform approaches to workplace issues, motivation and employee performance
The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Administration with a concentration in Industrial Organizational Psychology “familiarizes students with important concepts in psychology and shows how those concepts directly relate to the business world,” said Dr. Barbara Lesniak, senior associate dean of social sciences at Southern New Hampshire University.
In this degree and concentration, you will learn to examine workplace processes and employees’ individual working styles. You'll gain the skills necessary to use this information to increase productivity and worker satisfaction. This is the foundation that professionals in the field of industrial-organizational psychology use to solve problems in the workplace.
"My degree has taught me information that is needed in the real world," said SNHU student Shelbi Sniff. "Other universities tend to be a little behind in the times on what they are teaching. There is usually a gap between what people learn in school and what they actually need to know in order to be successful in their career field. SNHU bridges that gap by pioneering new, innovative education methods that tie into real-world scenarios."
According to Sniff, the program empowered her to improve her company culture in a meaningful way.
"I want to help maintain and make the culture at my company even more genuine, positive and fun," she said. "In order to curate a great culture within an organization, you have to first understand the people that make up that organization."
And that wasn't the only benefit.
"This degree has allowed me to be a better leader/team member within the company I work for," she said. "Since starting at SNHU, I have received a promotion and pay increase."
This concentration is particularly useful for managers and human resources personnel. With that in mind, some areas of focus include addressing human resource and managerial functions including hiring practices, staff management, and training and development. Professionals with an industrial-organizational psychology concentration also help shape and implement strategic plans within organizations.
“Industrial-organizational psychology is the [one of] the fastest growing and most sought after psychology careers today,” said Dr. Melissa Oleshansky, adjunct instructor of psychology at SNHU. “With the current challenges of the economy, the expertise of someone with industrial-organizational knowledge can help businesses manage change and remain competitive.”
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, job growth for management occupations is 9% between 2020 and 2030, which is higher than the national average.1 The median annual wage across all management occupations is $109,760.1
The industrial-organizational psychology concentration develops skills important to managing individuals and groups in the workplace, with roles such as:
- Human resources managers: With a median income of $121,220 in 2020 and predicted career growth of 9% between 2020 and 2030, this career field looks strong. In this role, your primary responsibility could be to plan and manage your organization’s workforce. Motivated, well-trained staff are the key to any business, and human resources managers work to ensure fair and legal hiring practices, as well as designing and delivering onboarding and other trainings to help new hires start strong and employees stay motivated and productive. There is a high level of administrative work in this field, as well as a great deal of communication and interpersonal skills.
- Industrial production managers: In this role, you would help an organization design plans and training programs to ensure that staff are working to the best of their ability on the factory floor. Quality control and production systems are often the responsibility of the person in this role. You may also be responsible for supply chain management. Communication, strategic thinking and planning, and strong communication skills are the hallmarks for this role, leading to a median salary of $108,790 in 2020.1
- Training and development managers: If you enjoy teaching and helping others be their best, this role might be right for you. Every business needs dedicated, talented staff and that requires staff who are prepared to support them. You might design training programs, write or revise training manuals, or create course content and other materials for training programs. You might design surveys to ensure that training methods are effective. Strong interpersonal skills are the key to success in this growing role, with expected job growth of 11% between 2020 and 2030, and a median salary of $115,640 in 2020.1
Start Your Journey Toward an Online Business Psychology Degree Concentration
Why SNHU For Your Online Business Psychology Degree Concentration
With no set class meeting times, you can learn on your schedule and access online course materials 24/7.
As part of our mission to make higher education more accessible, we’re committed to keeping our tuition rates low. In fact, we haven’t raised our online tuition rates, some of the lowest in the nation, since 2012.
Prior coursework could also help you save time and money. SNHU’s transfer policy allows you to transfer up to 90 credits toward your bachelor's degree and 45 credits for an associate degree from your previous institutions—that means you could save up to 75% off the cost of tuition. You could also save time and money by getting college credit for previous work experience, or by taking advantage of military discounts and employer tuition assistance if available to you.
Founded in 1932, Southern New Hampshire University is a private, nonprofit institution with over 100,000 graduates across the country. SNHU is institutionally accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE), which advocates for institutional improvement and public assurance of quality.
Recently, SNHU has been nationally recognized for leading the way toward more innovative, affordable and achievable education:
- U.S. News & World Report named SNHU the 2021 Most Innovative University in the North and one of the nation's "Best Regional Universities"
- Awarded the 21st Century Distance Learning Award for Excellence in Online Technology by The United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA)
- A $1 million grant from Google.org to explore soft skills assessments for high-need youth
At Southern New Hampshire University, you'll have access to a powerful network of more than 300,000 students, alumni and staff that can help support you long after graduation. Our instructors offer relevant, real-world expertise to help you understand and navigate the field. Plus, with our growing, nationwide alumni network, you'll have the potential to tap into a number of internship and career opportunities.
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Courses & Curriculum
By earning a business psychology degree online, you'll build a solid educational foundation that can prepare you to improve organizational performance and productivity in any company or organization, big or small, public or private.
Along with gaining a strong business foundation in marketing, accounting and finance, in the Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Administration with a concentration in Industrial Organizational Psychology program online, you'll learn the key concepts of psychology, including scientific investigation, motivation, personality, intelligence, behavioral deviation, perception, learning and development. Courses are taught by instructors with professional credentials and experience in related fields.
The concentration in industrial-organizational psychology “integrates theories, research, case studies and practical examples to examine various workplace issues and important concepts like motivation, team dynamics and supporting high employee performance,” said Dr. Barbara Lesniak, senior associate dean of social sciences at Southern New Hampshire University.
This business psychology degree includes 4 main curriculum components:
- General education (42 credits)
- Business core courses (30 credits)
- Concentration courses (15 credits)
- Free electives (33 credits)
Together, the 120 credits that make up your business psychology degree can prepare you for a career in business, a graduate degree in business or psychology, or all of the above. With 33 free electives (the equivalent of 11 courses), the possibilities to customize your degree to your interests and career goals are numerous.
Our curriculum is designed with you in mind. The general education courses, such as writing, statistics and economics often align with many other associate degree and bachelor’s degree programs across the nation. If you haven’t already taken them, you will need to complete courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics and applied statistics as part of the general education requirements.
The business core courses are designed to provide a strong foundation in financial, management and analytical skills that can help you be successful in any career field you choose.
You'll take business core courses such as:
- Financial Accounting: Learn about the accounting cycle, and how to prepare financial documents in accordance with best practices and industry regulations. Communication skills and analytical skills are emphasized in this course.
- Business Law: Examine the background and foundation of the legal system in the United States and how it relates to business management. Topics such as torts, contracts and product liability are addressed.
- Introduction to Marketing: Every business degree will touch on marketing skills in some way, because meeting the needs of customers and the goals of the organization are everyone’s responsibility. You may learn to conduct market research, as well as how to promote, distribute and price a variety of products and services.
The concentration in industrial-organizational psychology provides a comprehensive overview of various career options.
“This starts in Introduction to Psychology, which presents basic psychology concepts through the lens of 5 themes: self-care, social justice, emotional intelligence, ethics and career connections,” Lesniak said. “These last 3 in particular have a close alignment with the business world. The concepts show up again in later courses, as well.”
Concentration courses may include:
- Introduction to Psychology: This course provides an introduction to the scientific study of behavior. Topics include how to evaluate research, as well as exploration of different areas of specialization within the field of psychology.
- Social Psychology: How an individual’s thoughts, feelings and actions are connected and affected by others is the foundation of this course. Such issues as conformity, prejudice and interpersonal attraction are covered. The scientific method continues to be emphasized.
- Industrial-Organizational Psychology: The core of this course is to focus on workplace effectiveness through research, assessment and interventions in the office environment. This is where you'll learn to synthesize your business and psychology studies. You may examine a variety of professional options for application of your degree.
- Cognitive Psychology: Areas relating to memory, thinking, problem-solving and language are the focus of this class. Topics include study of memory disorders, learning disorders and other brain issues.
- Cross-Cultural Psychology: The cultural makeup of an organization can greatly impact patterns of employee behavior. Topics in this course include formation and reduction of prejudice, discrimination and stereotyping in the business environment.
Finally, your 33 free electives are an opportunity to customize your degree even further. You could choose from across the business and psychology curriculum to create the learning experience that helps you best reach your personal and professional goals.
To help you meet these goals, every class at SNHU is taught by professionals working in the field.
“Each term the students and I have dynamic conversations about how these topics are not just relevant in the work environment but also how they play a role in our lives,” said Dr. Melissa Oleshansky, adjunct instructor of psychology at Southern New Hampshire University. “As a clinical psychologist during the day, I share with the class clinical case studies of how work stress impacts the mental health of employees and business owners. I offer a safe and nurturing environment for each student to explore their thoughts."
For many students at SNHU, it's the expertise and support of their instructors that sets the university apart.
"Every instructor I had [in the BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Industrial Organizational Psychology program] was completely invested in their course," said Jackie Lancaster '19. "They worked in their respective field and shared a wealth of knowledge and experience. Each student was welcome and encouraged to share in class. Instructors responded with positivity and thoughtful conversation to help support students and solidify the curriculum."
Shelbi Sniff, another student of the program, offers a similar sentiment.
"All of the instructors have been magnificent to work with," she said. "They respond in a timely manner and are willing to devote extra time for you if needed."
Curriculum Requirements & Resources
- Business core: Business programs require learners to complete the business core program, which includes a variety of business-specific courses. This program focuses on 10 core competencies to prepare you for success wherever you go.
- General education courses: All online bachelor's degree students are required to take general education classes, if not obtained in prior coursework. Through these foundation, exploration and integration courses, students learn to think critically, creatively and collaboratively, giving you the edge employers are looking for.
- Technology resources: We provide cloud-based virtual environments in some courses to give you access to the technology you need for your degree – and your career. Learn more about our virtual environments.
- Earn math credits for what you already know: Save time and tuition with our Pathways to Math Success assessments. Depending on your scores, you could earn up to 12 math credits – the equivalent of 4 courses – toward your degree for less than $50 per assessment.
|View Full Curriculum in the Catalog|
|BS in Business Administration - Industrial Organizational Psychology|
|Courses May Include|
|BS in Business Administration Industrial-Organizational Psychology Online|
|PSY 108||Introduction to Psychology||In this course, students will explore the complexities of the human mind by examining the science behind why we think, feel, and do. Students will experience the evolution of psychology through the early schools of thought, major branches, and core theories that guide contemporary perspectives. As students consider the broad influence of psychology on their perceptions, emotions, and everyday choices, they will acknowledge the idea that, in the human experience, "psychology is everywhere."|
|PSY 257||Social Psychology||Social psychology is an interesting, dynamic study of how people's thoughts, feelings and actions are affected by others. Issues discussed include prejudice, conformity, interpersonal attraction and violence. The scientific methods of studying such phenomena are emphasized.|
|PSY 258||Industrial Organizational Psychology||Industrial/Organizational Psychology is an applied field in psychology focused to improve the effectiveness of the workplace through research, assessment and interventions allowing for enhancement of the office climate, improvement of group and individual performance and overall organizational goals. I/O psychologists work in a wide variety of organizational settings including human resource agencies, professional administration, marketing, consulting, training and development, and university teaching.|
|PSY 305||Cognitive Psychology||Cognitive psychology focuses on mental processes; we explore research and theory relating to memory, thinking, problem-solving, and language. Applied topics will include learning skills to help improve memory, accommodating memory/language disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease and dyslexia, and understanding how brain scanning techniques can be used to understand memory.|
|PSY 324||Cross-Cultural Psychology||This course examines psychological issues in various cultural contexts and explores how ethnic and cultural backgrounds influence patterns of human thought and behavior. The course includes a focus on the psychological dynamics involved in the formation and reduction of prejudices, discrimination, and stereotyping.|
|Total Credits: 120|
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Tuition & Fees
As a private, nonprofit university, we’re committed to making college more accessible by making it more affordable. That’s why we offer some of the lowest online tuition rates in the nation—and haven't raised our costs in a decade.
We also offer financial aid packages to those who qualify, plus a 30% tuition discount for U.S. service members, both full and part time, and the spouses of those on active duty.
|Online Undergraduate Programs||Per Course||Per Credit Hour||Annual Cost for 30 credits|
|Degree/Certificates (U.S. service members, both full and part time, and the spouses of those on active duty)*||$675||$225||$6,750|
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a business psychology degree?
Business and psychology are two fields that work well together. When you combine them formally through a business psychology degree curriculum, you have an exciting and dynamic degree that focuses on how people behave in the workplace.
"I am fascinated by psychology and I want to continue developing my business acumen," said student Shelbi Sniff. "This program allows me to do both because it is a unique blend between psychology and business."
Having a professional on staff with the knowledge to maximize employee performance without compromising on best practices in business can be invaluable.
When you earn a business psychology degree, you are arming yourself with the know-how necessary to be successful at improving organizational productivity and personnel performance.
In whatever direction you choose to go with your business psychology degree, rest assured you can help to improve both productivity and workplace relationships, ultimately making your company a more efficient and more enjoyable place to work for everyone.
What can you do with a business psychology degree?
The great thing about a business psychology degree is how versatile it is. With a broad general education as the base of the degree, you'll have the writing, communication, analytical and math skills you need to excel in any job, in any industry.
The major coursework in business prepares you to tackle principles of human resources, marketing, operations management and business systems. Your studies will also touch on law, finance and general management principles.
Then, take this well-rounded business education and add the study of social psychology, industrial psychology, cognitive psychology and more as you learn how to apply these principles to any business setting.
From there, you can leverage your bachelor’s degree with the guidance of your faculty, each of whom are professionals working in their prospective fields, to move forward in the job search or to continue on for a graduate degree.
Many businesses look to people with a business psychology degree to create training and strategies for increasing productivity and efficiencies, and to improve employee morale.
With a business degree combined with a psychology concentration, you may work as a:
- Human resources manager: Put your people skills to work by engaging in hiring best practices as well as all facets of staff development and support. Highly administrative, this role also requires a strong level of communication and interpersonal skills. Almost every business needs a strong professional in this role to ensure that all staff management processes are in compliance with legal standards, as well as designed to help every employee be their best at work.
- Industrial production manager: If systems and processes are your passion, this could be a rewarding career field for you. Manage factory floor processes, create strategic plans to increase productivity, and manage the supply chain for your business. A strong aptitude for strategic and creative thinking will serve you well here.
- Training and development manager: In this role, your primary responsibility would be to design and implement training programs to support staff and help ensure they have the tools and information they need to be their best at work every day. You may also survey staff to ensure the effectiveness of this training. With a mix of instruction, administration, and interpersonal interaction, this dynamic role could position you for a rewarding career building and maintaining a strong workforce for your company.
While this bachelor of science degree does not qualify you to work as a psychologist, the coursework does help prepare you for graduate-level work needed to become a business psychologist. It also prepares you to enjoy an exciting career helping others be their best in the workplace.
What does a business psychologist do?
Business psychology is a subset of general psychology with many overlapping principles. You can study the minds and behavior of people in a business environment. That may involve studying the employees, the leadership, the overall company culture or all of the above. The field may also involve studying client and consumer behavior in the form of market research.
By understanding the aspects of running a business that keep it healthy and solvent and by being able to address the psychological factors that can affect the behavior of all parties involved, you can help businesses of all types thrive.
Business psychologists are also often found as training and development or human resources specialists. This is because your psychology background can help an organization develop and maintain effective hiring and staff development practices.
Can you go into business with a psychology degree?
Not only is business an option for people with coursework in psychology, working in the business world can be an excellent way to apply your background in psychology for the benefit of the company for which you work.
While any aspect of the business world would be well-served by your psychology degree, marketing is a particularly good fit. A strong background in psychology can provide you with the research skills and theoretical knowledge necessary to gauge consumer interest and predict spending habits.
Your strong communication skills can also be a benefit in virtually any professional field. Your psychology background means you have the foundation in liberal arts, including writing and math, that allows you to think both creatively and analytically, to help move any business forward.
You'll also have a deep understanding of the motivating factors behind human behavior. That can lead to a rewarding career in operations management, human resources, finance or design of business and information systems.
How do I become a business psychologist?
The first step to becoming a business psychologist is to earn a bachelor’s degree in an applicable field. That is usually a bachelor’s degree in business or psychology. We recommend a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a focus on industrial-organizational psychology. That degree offers flexibility as well as broad transferable skills coupled with specific courses that will ground your business background in psychological principles.
From there, you may wish to pursue an MS in Psychology, which includes a master's in organizational psychology concentration, or take aim at an MBA or similar graduate degree. A doctorate may be required for some professional fields, depending on your career interests.
At Southern New Hampshire University, we not only have more than 200 degree programs available. We also have professional admission counselors standing by to assist with placement into the program that best suits your needs and goals. We also have a vibrant alumni network, so you are supported long after you complete your studies.
Can you get a master's in business with a bachelor's in psychology?
Not only can you earn a master’s in business with a bachelor’s in psychology, but the two fields overlap quite a bit. Both require a solid foundation in general education and the liberal arts. Strong written and oral communication skills are a must. A knowledge of math, in particular economics and applied statistics, is also helpful in both fields.
The major coursework for Southern New Hampshire University’s online Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Administration with a concentration in Industrial Organizational Psychology includes a lot of intentional overlap between business and psychology so you gain the knowledge you’ll need for a rewarding career in business psychology.
In particular, you will study financial accounting, business law, introduction to marketing and even human resources administration. All of these courses will benefit from your further study in your psychology concentration in industrial-organizational psychology as well. There, you will add the study of social psychology, industrial psychology and even cross-cultural psychology to your professional repertoire.
All of this together can prepare you well for a successful business career, especially when paired with an online master's in psychology, online MBA or similar graduate-level business degree. SNHU will be ready to help you explore your career options either way to ensure you maximize your credits and earn your master’s degree on the timeline that is best for you.
What is an organizational psychology degree?
Organizational psychology, also known as business psychology, is a specialization that combines general psychology principles with how the business world functions. If you are interested in a career that involves driving institutional change, an organizational psychology degree is for you.
Every business needs its most important resource – its people – to work together well. But that can be a challenge when different working styles, cultural norms and personality types are in the mix. That challenge needs a professional well-versed in best business practices as well as an understanding of behavior and psychology. Great job satisfaction awaits the person ready to help improve process and culture and help every employee find their motivation. After all, psychologists base their professional practice in knowledge obtained from verifiable evidence of human behavior.
Throughout the curriculum, “we discuss a variety of mental health conditions and how mental health plays a role in one’s capability of working efficiently and productively or how one’s mental health can contribute to interpersonal conflict, burn out and workplace despair,” said Dr. Melissa Oleshansky, adjunct instructor of psychology at Southern New Hampshire University. “We work as a team and listen and share with each other all term long while discussing the practical life skills and strategies to improve job skills, personal growth and motivation for success that are so crucial to the practice of organizational psychology.”
Is an online industrial organizational psychology degree worth it?
Depending on your career goals, an organizational psychology degree could be well worth it. At SNHU, we offer an affordable, accredited online program designed to help prepare you for career advancement.
For Jackie Lancaster '19, our I-O degree program offered a perfect gateway to the next phase of her career.
"After a hiatus from higher education, I found an online advertisement and decided to explore the online degree programs offered," she said. "When I found I-O psychology, I was thrilled because I would be able to take courses I was interested in. The best part was that the program aligned with what I was doing for work and had the potential to allow me to bring new opportunities to my employer."
As a mom of four with an associate degree under her belt, Lancaster knew she was ready to continue her education online – but wasn't sure what to expect. This all changed when she connected with the admission team.
"The admissions team shared the reality of online coursework, and rather than gate keeping, they spent a lot of time opening doors," Lancaster said. "They were forthright and generous with their time, reassuring me that I could obtain a bachelor’s degree. It was the team that changed the way I felt about studying online. I became confident in myself and my ability to tackle the rigorous program. When I graduated, there was a team to help me apply to and transition into my Master’s program."
Overall, Lancaster speaks highly of her experience.
"My program was worth every minute I spent working to obtain my degree," she said. "It has opened new avenues that I was not able to explore before. I feel as if I can speak the language of my profession proficiently and I have gained a tremendous amount of self-esteem over the process."
For Shelbi Sniff, another I-O psychology student, SNHU stood out for different reasons.
"Before choosing SNHU, I did a lot of research on several universities that offered an industrial-organizational psychology degree," she said. "Through that research, I related most to SNHU and loved that their mission states: 'Our success is defined by our learners’ success.' This is such a genuine statement that touched my heart."
This feeling was punctuated by the immediate support she received when she applied.
"I was contacted within 24 hours of submitting my application for SNHU (while other schools took 3-5 days to contact me)," she said. "That very first conversation had me hooked and excited to continue my education and fulfill my dreams!"
And her advice for others thinking about going back to school?
"This degree program is 110% worth it," Sniff said. "In my opinion, there was no difference in this online learning path vs. being in person. This degree is so valuable to my career and in allowing me to reach my professional and personal goals."
Southern New Hampshire University is a private, nonprofit institution accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) as well as several other accrediting bodies.
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1Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, on the internet, at:
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- https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/training-and-development-managers.htm (viewed Nov. 18, 2021)
Cited projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions and do not guarantee actual job growth.