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Schellhammer Business School Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology
Schellhammer Business School

Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology

Marbella, Spain

1 Years

English, French, Spanish

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Introduction

The Master of Arts in Organisational Psychology program at Schellhammer Business School merges the social, commercial, and psychological processes that operate and impact all organizations and delves into how they shape the performance and well-being of both individuals and institutions. New and critical insights for diagnosing and addressing organizational structures, problems, and potential solutions, explaining job performance, understanding workplace relations, and improving organizational capabilities will be examined.

At the heart of all organizations are people and by pursuing this degree, students will acquire state-of-the-art people-focused knowledge and the key organizational psychology processes that can leverage the best from the workforce.

Specific areas such as motivation, the value of incentives, the application of learning and fostering creativity, understanding, and creating an organizational culture and identity, guiding effective leadership, sound decision-making, creating a productive work environment of well-being, teamwork, innovation, and sustainable organizational change are just some of the topics that will be studied.

As part of your final graduation, you will be required to undertake an applied qualitative or quantitative research thesis under the guidance of a Thesis Advisor. Future career paths can be in management consultancy, human resource management, organizational development, and change, behavioral insights research, training and skills development, or risk management in both public and commercial enterprises as well as charities, academia, and entrepreneurship.

Course Information

Course Code: MA-100

Course Duration: 1 academic year

Semester 1: October / Semester 2: February

ECTS (European Credit Transfer System): 90

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