MSc - Occupational and Organizational Psychology

University of Surrey    Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

Full time September MSc 1 year full-time
Psychology (31)

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Are you passionate about improving people's effectiveness and well-being in the workplace? Look no further than our MSc in Occupational and Organizational Psychology. This exciting programme is designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to become a leader in this rapidly growing field. Taught by experts in the industry, you'll delve into topics such as leadership, decision-making, and HR assessment. With a minimum 2:1 degree in psychology or a related subject, you'll have the opportunity to make a lasting impact on the world of work. Plus, our professional recognition and career support will set you up for success.

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Why choose this course

If you want to become a driving force behind people's effectiveness and wellbeing at work, as well as aid businesses and organisations in achieving their maximum potential, then our Occupational and Organizational Psychology MSc course is for you.

Taught by academics and experts at the forefront of their field, we want everyone who studies our course to benefit and to be inspired by our research and experience.

We champion an interdisciplinary environment, consisting of dedicated organisational and occupational psychologists, human resources specialists and organisational behaviour experts.

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Entry Requirements

A minimum of a 2:1 UK honours degree (or a recognised equivalent international qualification) in psychology or a similar subject with psychology content, such as:

Any major with a psychology minor
Human resource management
Organisational behaviour
Business, with clear evidence of modules related to organisational behaviour and business psychology
Sociology, with psychology modules.

We may be able to take relevant work experience into consideration if you don't meet these requirements, if you have at least one year of relevant experience in a full-time graduate-level role (or a minimum of two years’ experience in a relevant graduate-level part-time role).

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