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