The Organizational Psychology programs at CSPP aim to develop highly resourceful, values-based practitioners who acquire the depth and breadth of competencies required to apply theory, state-of-the-art research, and practices to real-world challenges faced by today’s global organizations. This close integration of classroom and field work gives our graduates unique professional preparation for careers in organizational psychology.
Convenient Classes to Suit Your Schedule
Courses are offered in convenient daytime, executive, evening, and/or condensed formats (varies by campus). Organizational Psychology MA (offered online with on-ground component) and Organizational Psychology PhD curricula are shared in Los Angeles and San Diego, and Organizational Behavior MA (offered online with on-ground component) and Organization Development PsyD curricula, respectively, are shared in San Francisco and Fresno. Students are able to access faculty expertise at different campuses, offering students flexibility to take some courses at other campuses.
Students have access to all Organizational Psychology faculty across the Alliant system. The faculty, as both academics and practitioners, bring practical experience to their teaching and welcome the diverse experiences and perspectives of all students. Read more about our faculty here.
Field placement and internship requirements, organizational consulting centers, and on-campus events provide students with opportunities to build relationships with businesses, professionals, and experts in the field. Practical projects bring the coursework alive. Through our consulting centers, students and faculty provide practical consulting services to organizations. These projects are tiered so that both recent undergraduates and mid-career professionals can build skills and become more marketable.
Graduates are prepared for careers in a wide variety of practice areas that including:
- Consulting to management and leadership
- Team development and facilitation
- Organizational assessment and design
- Human resources management
- Organizational change and development
- Diversity training
- Talent management
Diversity Consultation and Training
Issues related to globalization, multiculturalism, and diversity are integrated throughout the programs. Courses and consulting projects include fundamentals of professional ethics, diversity management and consultation, and culturally competent professional services.
Learn More About Us
Explore the Organizational Psychology program in more detail in the university catalog: