Organizational Psychology (MSc)


Online Birkbeck, University of London    Birkbeck Business School

Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full-time or 2 years part-time
Business & Management (5) Psychology (31)

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Are you interested in understanding the dynamics of people and organizations? Look no further than our highly respected MSc in Organizational Psychology. Accredited by the British Psychological Society, this programme explores the intersection of occupational psychology and organizational behavior. Delve into topics such as leadership, motivation, organizational change, and wellbeing. With flexible study options, including on-campus, online, or a combination of both, you can tailor your learning experience to suit your needs. Whether you have a psychology background or relevant work experience, this programme offers valuable insights and the potential for professional qualification as an occupational psychologist. Join our close-knit community of learners and enhance your career in management, human resources, or consultancy.

About the course

Our highly respected MSc Organizational Psychology, accredited by the British Psychological Society, will develop your understanding of people and organisations within the context of both occupational psychology and organisational behaviour.

As the world of work continues to change, we equip you to ask, and answer, fundamental questions such as:

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Entry Requirements

A second-class honours degree (2:2) or above.

To proceed to Stage 2 of accreditation with the British Psychological Society, you need to fulfil the requirements for the Graduate Basis for Chartered (GBC) Membership of the BPS. This requires a BPS-recognised qualification in psychology.

Management development professionals and consultants without an undergraduate degree but with suitable professional qualifications or work experience may be considered.

On your application, please list all relevant qualifications and experience. This course requires approximately 18 hours (part-time) or 35 hours (full-time) of study a week, so please explain it will fit in alongside your existing commitments.




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