Doctor of Psychology in Organization Development (PsyD) Curriculum Plan

Students enter the Organization Development PsyD program with a master’s degree in the social or behavioral sciences and complete the 66 unit part-time program in three years. Students take courses once a month in a weekend format. Most students begin the program in spring, however, students who wish to enroll in the fall do so in consultation with the Program Director.

Applied Research

Students in the Organization Development PsyD program use organizational psychology concepts and practices as an approach to their doctoral dissertation projects. Students contribute to the literature in the field and conduct comprehensive studies aimed at increasing individual, group or organizational effectiveness.

Curriculum Plan

Course sequence may be subject to change.

The following 10 units comprise the concentration in Organizational Change and Sustainability and are taken during the course of the three-year program as part of the 66-unit requirement:

For more information on the prerequisites and courses for this program, please refer to the academic catalog.