Organizational psychology is an exciting and expanding field. The Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology equips graduates to provide effective leadership for desired change while considering the needs and perspective of relevant stakeholders. Our graduates work within companies and as organizational development consultants. They apply psychological principles and research methods to the workplace in the interest of improving productivity and the quality of work life.
Many graduates work in leadership development, teambuilding, strategic planning, and organizational effectiveness roles; and graduates pursue roles in human resources, helping organizations with talent management, training and development.
The cohort model is central to our educational approach. As a cohort, you will be in a class of people who will take the same courses in the same sequence throughout the duration of the program. Our cohorts include students who have practiced some of the subject matter in their professional lives.
A Masters in Organizational Psychology provides students with
- multidisciplinary concepts drawn from the psychology of human behavior and organizational behavior
- curriculum the integrates theories of individual, group, and systems behavior with workplace case studies, applied projects, and research
- experiential learning environment