Master’s Degree in Organizational Psychology: Curriculum

PROGRAM DURATION

The Organizational Psychology master’s program comprises 50 units and can be completed in two years full-time or longer if attending part-time. Students take five or six courses each term. New cohorts begin twice a year: Fall and Spring. 

CURRICULUM PLAN

First Year: Fall Semester (12 units)

ORG 6003 – OP Professional Practice Meetings (0 units)
ORG 6005 – Intro to Scholar Practitioner Model (2 units)
ORG 6320 – Industrial/ Organizational and Consulting Psychology: Theory, Research, Practice (3 units)
PSY 6021 – Advanced Statistics I (3 units)
PSY 6700 – Data Analysis (1 unit)
PSY 8412 – Social and Personality Psychology (3 units) 

First Year: Spring Semester (14 units)

ORG 6003 – Organizational Psychology Professional Practice Meeting (0 units)
ORG 7100 – Consultation and Facilitation Skills (3 units)
ORG 7682 – Survey Methods (2 units)
ORG 7330 – Cultural Diversity in Organizations (3 units)
ORG 8220 – Human Resource Management (3 units)
Psychology Elective (3 units) 

Second Year: Fall Semester (12 units)

ORG 6003 – Organizational Psychology Professional Practice Meeting (0 units)
ORG 7440 – Business Principles (3 units)
ORG 6412 – Group Processes and Team Interventions (3 units)
ORG 8120 – Talent Staffing and Selection (3 units)
Psychology Elective (3 units) 

Second Year: Spring Semester (12 units)

ORG 6003 – Organizational Psychology Professional Practice Meeting (0 units)
ORG 7200 – Field Placement and Seminar (3 units)
ORG 7215 – Training and Development (3 units)
ORG 7525 – Organization Change and Development (3 units)
PSY 7437 – Ethical, Legal, and Professional Issues in Organizational Psychology (3 units)