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Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology

The Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology (MAOP) is a 35 unit practice-oriented program.

Organizational Psychology Courses

Unit Requirements: 35 units 

PSOG 505 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIZATIONS: 3 UNITS*

PSOG 515 APPLIED RESEARCH AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS: 3 UNITS*

PSOG 615 TALENT MANAGEMENT AND PEOPLE ANALYTICS: 3 UNITS*

PSOG 510 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN ORGANIZATIONS: 3 UNITS*

PSOG 545 ADVANCED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: 3 UNITS

PSOG 555 MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES: 3 UNITS

PSOG 605 ORGANIZATIONAL ETHICS AND JUSTICE: 3 UNITS

PSOG 625 PSYCHOLOGY OF LEADERSHIP AND MOTIVATION: 3 UNITS

PSOG 635 DIVERSITY AND THE ORGANIZATION: 1.5 UNITS

PSOG 710 CAPSTONE: APPLYING SCIENCE IN ORGANIZATIONS: 1.5 UNITS

PSOG 655 ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS, DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE: 3 UNITS

PSOG 615 TALENT MANAGEMENT AND PEOPLE ANALYTICS: 3 UNITS*

PSOG 720 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP: (MULTIPLE TOPICS, 5 WORKSHOPS REQUIRED): 1 UNIT

 

*Successful completion of these four courses plus 2 units of professional development workshops results in the Talent Development and Organizational Analysis certificate.”

OPTIONAL SPECIALIZATION (NOT REQUIRED):

PSOG 654 SPECIALIZATION: 2 UNITS

 

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Enrolled Students

Our students come from 10 different states and completed bachelor's degrees in majors such as business and management, psychology, communication and political science.

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  • Human Resources Manager
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  • Talent Acquisition Partner
  • Talent Management Consultant
  • Organizational Development Consultant
  • National Head of People and Compliance
  • Analyst, Talent and Rewards
  • Program Development Manager
  • Regional Project Manager
  • Training and Talent Development Manager