The industrial and organizational psychology concentration (45 s.h.) is designed for students wishing to apply psychological expertise to situations involving human resources in organizations. A summer internship between the first and second year of the program is required. Acceptance into the industrial and organizational concentration does not guarantee acceptance into the occupational health psychology concentration of the health psychology doctoral program. Students who are enrolled in the industrial and organizational concentration and wish to pursue a doctoral degree in health psychology with a concentration in occupational health psychology must apply for admission to the PhD program.