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  Management Psychology MSc/PGDip

University of Nottingham    School of Medicine

Full time & Part time September MSc, PGDip Full-time: Up to 12 months | Part-time: Up to 36 months
Business & Management (5) Psychology (31)

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Unleash your potential with the Management Psychology MSc/PGDip programme at Nottingham. Dive into the dynamic world of work psychology, even without prior psychology experience. Gain expertise in motivating employees, recruitment strategies, job design, performance assessment, well-being management, leadership, and organizational change. Delve into managing workplace diversity and consultancy skills. Learn from research-active experts and enhance your practical skills. The course structure includes compulsory modules spread over three semesters, with a focus on practical application. Assessment methods include exams, essays, presentations, and field-based projects. With a 2:1 degree, you can embark on this transformative journey. Stand out to future employers with research methods tailored to the workplace. Nottingham's Management Psychology programme equips you with the tools to excel in the competitive world of work.

About the course

Take the next step in your career using psychology in the world of work to help effectively manage people, even if you've never studied psychology before.

You'll learn about how we motivate employees, how we train them, how we recruit, how we design jobs, how we assess performance, how we manage well-being, how we lead, how we manage organisational change, and more. We also feature a module on managing diversity in the workplace. At Nottingham, we make sure the course has a practical focus and aim to improve your skills as a practitioner. That's why you'll also learn about consultancy as part of your studies.

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Entry Requirements

2:1 in any degree.

If you have an undergraduate degree (2:1 or above) that confers the graduate basis for chartership (GBC), you may be interested in MSc in Occupational Psychology instead.

If you have an undergraduate degree (2:1 or above) that does not give you the graduate basis for chartership (GBC), you may be interested MSc in Work and Organisational Psychology instead.

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Where will I study?

Where is University of Nottingham

Student Profile

Louise Kessie

"Studying an MSc in Management Psychology has been a fantastic experience. The course adopts an interdisciplinary approach. This allows us to learn about psychology in the workplace from different perspectives, and this provides an enriching academic experience. The staff are extremely knowledgable and passionate about their subject and this contributed significantly to my enjoyment of my masters degree.

I had the opportunity to meet students from around the world, and this too contributed to an enriching academic and social experience. I love learning about different cultures and the University definitely facilitated this! There are so many activities to participate in while studying at Nottingham. As a course representative and student ambassador I was able to support other students as well as represent the University at different schools in Nottinghamshire (highly recommend this). The best way to meet people is to get involved in the student community by joining a society! I was a STAR trainer which is part of the students union. This role allowed me to develop my training and development skills, make friends and improve my public-speaking. It also helped me develop a better understanding of my training in organisations module.

There are several places to study across the campus and this is convenient if you want to study alone or in a group. Honestly, this has been a phenomenal 12 months! Although it was one year, it has been a life-changing experience which I will never forget! I would love to say a huge thank you to the University of Nottingham and especially a huge thank you to all of the administrative and academic staff in my department!!!

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