Industrial/Organizational Psychology MA (Concentration in Organizational Behavior)

Program Features:

A Practical Course of Study for Current and Aspiring Leaders

  • The concentration in Organizational (COB) is targeted toward working professionals in current or future leadership roles.

  • The COB curriculum is designed to develop personal leadership competencies and to apply them in a variety of organizational contexts.

  •  Students work with skilled instructors and personal mentors to strengthen and apply their knowledge.

 Convenient and Concentrated Studies for Working Students

  • Small classes promote optimum interaction among students and foster exchange of professional experience and insights.

  • Most classes are held on alternate Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Intensive year-round scheduling makes it possible to complete the entire 36 credit program within twenty four months.

  • "Blended" lecture and internet interaction format for classes allow for reduced attendance requirements.

  • Most classes include a "mentoring" component, where each student works one-on-one with an experienced business or professional faculty member to enhance personal skills.

  • Students unable to commit to the full program may opt for the 18 credit Certificate in Organizational Leadership program, which may be completed in one year's time.

  • Faculty in the program bring a firm understanding of the leadership issues of today's corporate environment to the classroom, assuring participants of a relevant and practical course of study. Their ranks include business consultants, organizational psychologists, authors and researchers.

  • The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) or Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is not required for admission.

  • Courses feature workshop, roundtable and seminar-style instruction designed to encourage students to develop their own personal applications of psychological theory for use in their organizational environments.

 

Contact:

Dr. Paul Strauss
Director of the Applied Leadership Programs
Tel: 201-568-8676
Fax: 201-586-0206
paul_strauss@fdu.edu

Department of Psychology and Counseling
Fairleigh Dickinson University
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Madison, NJ 07940


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