Industrial, Work and Organisational Psychology graduates typically go in to external organisational psychology consulting roles or in-house roles around organisational development, human resources and capital, recruitment selection and assessment, performance, leadership development, talent management or other similar fields. Some also go into more general roles in human resources/human capital or research analysis roles.
Successful completion of the three-year IWO programme also provides eligibility to apply to the New Zealand Psychologists Board (NZPB) to be a Registered Psychologist.
The effectiveness of ABA has been shown in a wide range of areas including education, special education, dementia care, organisational management, parent training, occupational safety, sports psychology, and clinical psychology. Worldwide demand for competent behaviour analysts exceeds current supply, especially in the education of, and remediation of behavioural problems in children.
The Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) administers the international professional certification process for behaviour analysts. The three-year ABA programme meets the educational requirements of the BACB professional credential Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA). Since 2006, our BACB-approved practicum courses are accepted toward the BCBA eligibility requirements in the Supervised Independent Fieldwork experience category. Successful completion of the three-year programme will also make a graduate eligible to apply to the New Zealand Psychologists Board (NZPB) to be a Registered Psychologist.