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The term “organizational psychology” refers to the study of human behavior in employment settings. Those who study this field learn how to assess employees based on a number of factors in an effort to improve staff relationships and enhance company productivity.

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MA in Psychology:Human Behavior and Organization Psychology

Kean University
Campus Full-time Part-time September 2019 USA New York Union + 1 more

The Master of Arts in Psychology, Human Behavior, and Organizational Psychology Option is designed for individuals pursuing careers in the helping professions who wish to upgrade their com­petence in the behavioral sciences.

MA in Diversity and Organisational Change

Middlesex University London
Campus Full-time Part-time 12 - 24 months August 2019 United Kingdom London UK Online + 2 more

With the increasing diversity of the workforce and the impact of austerity measures, it is crucial that traditional approaches to HR and people and change management are being reassessed. In today’s challenging work environment organisations are looking to professionals from the HR sector to lead on business sustainability and organisational change.

M.A. in Business Psychology

HMKW
Campus Full-time Part-time 2 - 3 years Open Enrollment Germany Cologne Berlin Frankfurt + 3 more

In the M.A. Business Psychology program, students will improve their knowledge of both quantitative and qualitative methodology. Topics such as behavioral economics, HR management, User Experience research, innovation psychology and entrepreneurship are also part of the agenda.

MA in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

University of New Haven
Campus Full-time Part-time 2 - 3 semesters September 2019 USA 300 + 1 more

As a student at the University of New Haven’s Master of Arts program in industrial/organizational psychology, you will bring psychological principles to the workplace to benefit both employees and employers.