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Organizational Psychology

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The mission of the graduate program in organizational psychology is to prepare students for professional excellence, ethical leadership, and service to people and society through enhancing life in the workplace.

Organizational Psychology

The master of science in organizational psychology major seeks to enrich the workplace by scientifically integrating psychology and organizational life.

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Accreditations

West Coast Science
Western Association of Schools & Colleges
Awesome Biology
Assemblies of God
Awesome Biology
Council for Christian Colleges & Universities

Meet Our Faculty

Lioudmila Praslova

Lioudmila Praslova

Associate Professor of Psychology
Eric Rodriguez

Eric Rodriguez

Program Coordinator
E Stenhouse

E Stenhouse

Professor of Organizational Psychology

A Sampling of Graduate Organizational Psychology Courses

PSOG 555

Managing Human Resources

Managing Human Resources

Examines the fundamentals of human resource management, including job assessment and analysis, strategic workforce planning, recruiting and onboarding, supervision and termination practices. Consideration will be given to current issues and employment law.


PSOG 625

Psychology of Leadership and Motivation

Psychology of Leadership and Motivation

Reviews theories and research on motivation, specifying both the intrinsic and extrinsic determinants of worker motivation. The leadership process and its relation to motivation, group performance, workplace attitudes and climate are also analyzed.

PSOG 655

Capstone: Organizational Psychology Systems, Development and Change

Capstone: Organizational Psychology Systems, Development and Change

Examines the organization systematically to see how the whole is functioning, with the focus on how internal and external dynamics influence organizational productivity and health. Examines theories and research on change and organizational development within the context of the I-O specialist role as both change-agent and consultant. Topics include types of change, individual, group and organizational interventions, conflict management, team development, group decision making, and culture. This course also serves as a capstone/culminating experience of the MSOP program.


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