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Org Psych MA

Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology Program (MA) Blended and Online Only Options

Who This Program Is For

The 21st century requires individuals to respond to fast changes and ongoing complexity in organizations. The MSPP 12 month master’s program in Organizational Psychology prepares you to deploy yourseself within for profit, non profit, government, and education settings to create positive change. This means going beyond technical solutions to find adaptive means of change that address the culture, values, beliefs, and structures of organizations with a foundation in psychology. Our students include professionals and career-changers looking to build or develop expertise in:

  • Organizational Development
  • Leadership Transformation
  • Change Management
  • Consulting
  • Organizational Assessment and Intervention

For more information on the field of organizational development, visit these sites:

Academy of Management (AOM), www.aomonline.org

APA, Division 14, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology- www.siop.org

Oganizational Development Network – www.odnetwork.org

APA Division 13, Consulting Psychology - www.apa.org/about/division/div13.html

American Society for Training and Development- www.astd.org

Center for the Study of Groups and Social Systems (CSGSS) www.csgss.org

Human Resources Leadership Forum www.hrlf.org

Student Testimonial

Arthur, an Organizational Psychology student, shares that what drew him to MSPP was the flexibility of an online program that busy professionals can take advantage of by using technology in spare time that may otherwise go to waste. When asked, What do you celebrate about your connection to MSPP? He shared, "Serendipity. I thought I'd have to search the far corners of the earth to find a program like this, and it was in my back yard all along."

Updated 1/21/14

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