IIT Lewis College of Human Sciences has graduate programs in Humanities and Psychology. The College challenges graduate students to think critically about our complex world, and address compelling human problems with a focus on technological innovation, while still maintaining the free spirit and broad perspectives traditionally reserved for the liberal arts.
Our graduate programs will offer you dynamic and relevant research opportunities while you hone your expertise within a specific discipline. With a background in scientific thinking and evidence-based application, you will become what today’s employers are seeking: a smart problem solver. Knowing how to apply what you have learned to real-world situations will make you more marketable in your job search and more influential in your career.
At IIT, you’ll have the advantage of studying alongside engineers, architects, lawyers, scientists, and business people, broadening your worldview and strengthening your interdisciplinary skills.
Humanities Degree Programs
Psychology Degree Programs
M.S. in Personnel and Human Resources Development
M.S. in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology
Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Counseling Education
Certificate in Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Certificate in Rehabilitation Engineering Technology
INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED FACULTY
Lewis College graduate faculty is dedicated to bridging the gap between theory and application. Many have worked in private practice or within public fields and have ties to hundreds of organizations within Chicago and around the world. They are working on topics that have local, national, and global significance, such as:
- Social media and networks; tools for online discussions and participation in virtual organizations (Libby Hemphill)
- The relationship between an individual’s health outcomes and psychological factors, such as depressive symptoms, anxiety, illness cognitions, and treatment motivation (Eric Houston)
- Statistics and measurement, employee recruitment, and organizational safety and health; the role of emotions in learning, with applications to automated tutoring systems (Ronald Landis)
- People’s expectations and reactions to rehabilitation engineering and implant technology; preparing for the first human trial of an intracortical visual prosthesis (Frank Lane)
- Interventions that leverage technology to promote healthier choices (e.g., physical activity, healthy eating, etc.) (Arlen Moller)
- Science and technology policy, international relations, the global political economy, and comparative politics; policy and relations in Korea and Taiwan (Matthew Shapiro)