M.S. in Organizational Psychology
The Master of Science in Organizational Psychology program includes 13 courses (39 units), all of which are required for the degree. There are no electives.
|OPSY 501||Introduction to Organizational Psychology||3|
|OPSY 502||Organizational Ethics||3|
|OPSY 503||Group and Organizational Behavior||3|
|OPSY 505||Individual and Team Assessment||3|
|OPSY 510||Organizational Assessment and Interventions||3|
|OPSY 515||Qualitative Approaches for Coaching Application||3|
|OPSY 520||Consultative Applications of Organizational Psychology||3|
|OPSY 534||Organizational Systems: Theories of Change||3|
|OPSY 542||Organizational Implications of Diversity||3|
|OPSY 590||Statistics in Organizational Psychology||3|
|OPSY 592||Research Methodology and Survey Applications||3|
|OPSY 595||Introduction to Thesis in Organizational Psychology||3|
|OPSY 596||Thesis in Organizational Psychology: Data Collection and Analysis||3|
University graduate admission and program-specific requirements must be met before an application is complete (see Admission to the University). Program-specific application requirements are available online.
International students should contact Graduate and Professional Admissions for application procedures.
Program Learning OutcomesStudents who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
- Explain the theoretical constructs of organizations in relation to the attitudes, feelings, and behaviors of those who work in the organization.
- Utilize research and diagnostic tools to develop the competencies needed as an organizational consultant.
- Construct organization development interventions using experience-based models and simulations.
- Approach individual and organizational wellness through a holistic perspective framed through a Christian worldview.