M.S. in Organizational Psychology

Azusa Pacific’s M.S. in Organizational Psychology program prepares men and women to champion people and wellness within organizations and businesses.

Requirements

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 501Introduction to Organizational Psychology3
OPSY 502Organizational Ethics3
OPSY 503Group and Organizational Behavior3
OPSY 505Individual and Team Assessment3
OPSY 510Organizational Assessment and Interventions3
OPSY 515Qualitative Approaches for Coaching Application3
OPSY 520Consultative Applications of Organizational Psychology3
OPSY 534Organizational Systems: Theories of Change3
OPSY 542Organizational Implications of Diversity3
OPSY 590Statistics in Organizational Psychology3
OPSY 592Research Methodology and Survey Applications3
OPSY 595Introduction to Thesis in Organizational Psychology3
OPSY 596Thesis in Organizational Psychology: Data Collection and Analysis3
Total Units39

Admission

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 Outcomes

Students who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
  1. Explain the theoretical constructs of organizations in relation to the attitudes, feelings, and behaviors of those who work in the organization.
  2. Utilize research and diagnostic tools to develop the competencies needed as an organizational consultant.
  3. Construct organization development interventions using experience-based models and simulations.
  4. Approach individual and organizational wellness through a holistic perspective framed through a Christian worldview.