Organizational psychology cited as 'fast growing' job
New England Psychologist
Tina D. Forrister, MA, was enrolled in a clinical psychology master's degree program when she decided on a different path.
"I realized two years in that it wasn't the right fit for me," says Forrister, who had an undergraduate degree in psychology and was working in the pharmaceutical industry while pursuing her master's. Forrister continued working in pharmaceuticals, in learning and development and change management. In 2011, she found a way to combine that work with psychology–enrolling in the Organizational Psychology master's degree program at William James College.