Become Equipped to Help Organizations Flourish with the Master’s in Organizational Psychology
A Bureau of Labor Statistics report reveals that “industrial-organizational psychologist” is the fastest-growing occupation in America, with a projected growth rate of 53 percent between now and 2022. This growing field of organizational psychology, sometimes referred to as industrial psychology or the study of workplace environment, calls for individuals prepared to help organizations and businesses flourish.
With Azusa Pacific’s Master’s in Organizational Psychology, prepare to meet this need as you become equipped support organizations and their employees. Through the program, you’ll learn to:
- Diagnose organizational health
- Develop and implement change initiatives
- Administer and create job satisfaction surveys
- Increase employee morale and expand retention strategies
- Advance performance management programs
- Generate and direct effective succession plans
- Hire, train, and develop talent
- Advise, coach, and build successful teams.
Complete the M.S. in Organizational Psychology program in a little over a year, quickly elevating your earning potential and distinguishing yourself as a qualified and confident practitioner-scholar in one of the most exciting and fastest-growing fields.
Learn from Experienced Faculty Who Integrate Values
Faculty bring firsthand experience and relevant case studies based on their work with a variety of organizations. Throught the program, they integrate Christian values and beliefs, and an ethical approach to organizational psychology, preparing graduates to champion and endorse people, care, and wellness within organizations.
Fast Company Recognizes APU Faculty
Relevant, Experiential Learning
Experiential learning opportunities are integrated throughout the program, allowing you to immediately apply knowledge. Gain a deeper understanding of design-thinking, use LEGO SERIOUS PLAY to understand organizational change structures, and gain firsthand experience working with companies.
Meet the Faculty: Jillian Gilbert
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Note: This information is current for the 2019-20 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.