Arm yourself with the tools you need to navigate the complex and rapidly changing world of business with our Master’s in Organizational Behavior degree program. This program is designed as an 18-month scholar/practitioner-style program with a curriculum built with a focus on management and organizational behavior, shared learning, dialogue, and experience with working professionals, from seminars with distinguished faculty, and from an emphasis on managerial skill development that focuses on the human side of business.
You can earn your Master’s in Organizational Behavior online or on-campus which means a schedule that is both customizable and tailored to your needs so that you can complete the program more effectively and at your own pace.
In the field of Organizational Behavior, it is vital that you understand the diverse needs of the hearts and minds that give life to an organization. Build cultural competence so that you’re prepared to work with any organization and any employee, anywhere in the world.
CSPP is a proud member of the nation’s top network of industry leaders, the Organizational Development Education Association, a sub-group of the National Organization Development Network.
“I couldn’t have asked for more of CSPP—the training opportunities, the practicum, the number of sites that you are given access to—it really is delivers in terms of the clinical training…its spectacular.”
Anna JacquesCSPP Alumna
Faculty Spotlight: Travis Bradberry
Travis Bradberry, PhD is an award-winning author, president of a professional consultancy firm, and California School of Professional Psychology alumnus. After receiving his PhD in both clinical and industrial-organizational psychology, he went on to write the #1 bestseller Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and co-founded the world’s premier provider of emotional intelligence (EQ) TalentSmart. Bradberry set out on a quest to improve the way we build relationships in the workplace and enhance our professional capacity by understanding our emotional intelligence. After all, as he points out, “We experience 27 discernible emotions every hour,” and we can’t just ignore that. “We are emotional creatures before we are rational creatures. We have an emotional reaction to events before we have rational reactions to events…that’s just the way we’re wired,” says Bradberry. He knows that emotions drive behavior and focuses on how to build awareness of that in order to improve professional practice.
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Earning an Organizational Behavior Master’s degree most frequently leads to a career in Human Resources Management (HRM), and the Bureau for Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates that the HRM field will grow by 9% over the next 10 years, which is slightly above average when compared to the national career field. While growth is mostly in line with the national average, there is expected to be an increased amount of competition for these positions and applicants with certifications or a master’s degree—particularly those with a concentration in human resources management—will have the best job prospects moving forward.
Graduates armed with an Organizational Behavior Master’s degree often work with human resources managers, work in HRM, or similar fields in companies both large and small, and both public and private. Graduating students also have opportunity to branch out into other fields, such as: office management, education, professional training and development, and sales management, among others.
Private and public scholarships can help you meet the cost of your education. Alliant International University is pleased to be able to offer a significant number of institutional scholarships to many of our students. Learn more about these scholarship opportunities at: scholarships.alliant.edu.
Additional Financial aid is available for those who qualify in the form of loans, grants, federal work study, and military aid. Learn more about your financial aid options here.
CSPP wants to provide the opportunity for students to examine special topics in the field of organization development and behavior, and the opportunity to personally interact with well-known consultants, authors, faculty and experts from the field. So, we have built in exposure to those working/writing in the field; the differing perspectives on topics not focused on in core curriculum; and assistance to students in their consideration of the opportunities available for future engagement of practice.
The Master’s in Organizational Behavior degree program is offered as an 8-week term program and is open for enrollment during each of those enrollment periods. You can find a copy of our 2018-2019 8-week term academic calendar here.
The Master’s in Organizational Behavior degree program is a 34-credit program and takes a minimum of 4 years to complete, across 9 terms.
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The California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) is Alliant’s cornerstone school and was built on a legacy of thought leadership, multicultural competence, and quality of care. CSPP’s programs pair hands-on professional practice with academic rigor in order to prepare the next generation of psychologists and mental health care professionals.