Graduate Advising

Graduate Advising Office, Student Services Center

Business Psychology

  • To access the Business Psychology Course Sequence Calendar, please keep in mind that Business Psychology classes must be taken in order. If you take a break you will have to wait until the course is offered again to resume classes.

Business Psychology Curriculum

  • Look at course content and credits by viewing Course Descriptions
  • Obtain Graduate Program Faculty information at Franklin University Faculty Profiles
  • Business Psychology Informational Video can be viewed at:
  • Beginning in the Winter 2017 term, a Course Instrument Fee:  $10 – $55 will be added to three MS Business Psychology courses (PSYC 601: $55, PSYC 602: $25, and PSYC 607: $10). The non-refundable fee will be added to students accounts upon registration for the course. (If the course is dropped before the start date, the student can request the removal of the fee.)
  • Click on the images below to view a welcome message from the program chair, Dr. Ray Forbes, and a message regarding course expectations and resources from adjunct faculty member Kristan Jones.


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  1. Some Facts about Business Psychology

    Business Psychology is a 14 month program that integrates the disciplines of business and psychology.

    Below are some useful facts about the program for Graduate Students to consider:

    • PSYC 110 and Math 215, or the equivalent from an accredited school, are prerequisite requirements.

    • Classes must be taken in order by sequence.

    • The program can be completed in as few as 14 months, however students are permitted five years from their first course to complete the program.

    • There are a total of nine courses required to complete programming.

    • Classes are six weeks long each.

    • At this time, the program is being offered online only, and Franklin will evaluate cohort groups to determine when a face to face option will be available.

    • Job options for Business Psychology majors include: entrepreneur; advisor to new business ventures; coaching program administrator; employee selection and placement administrator; internal organizational consultant; training and development manager; community college instructor; internal or external management consultant; middle manager.

    • The program also helps to prepare students for doctorate-level programs in business psychology, executive coaching, leadership or organizational management.

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