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Erik Gregory

Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology Program (MA) Blended and Online Only Options

Letter from the Program Chair

In today’s volatile business environment, organizational development practitioners must be able to maximize the effectiveness of their leaders and organizations. Effective team dynamics, change strategies, and leadership competencies are essential to nurturing and maximizing human performance at work.

MSPP’s 30 credit, 12-month intensive program (both in a blended format or an online only format) leading to a Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology trains professionals to function as change agents and consultants for organizations. Both curricula (blended and online only) accommodate working professionals. An experienced practitioner faculty combines academic scholarship with years of practical knowledge to create an engaging educational experience. Cohort groups create an experiential peer learning environment that fosters personal and professional growth.

“The student cohort is one of the biggest strengths of this program. We have a broad demographic of students in that we have a range of ages represented from 21-50+ years old in current professions that range from healthcare to human resources and the non-profit sector. The most important focus of our weekends in residence is the experiential learning- it’s amazing how much you can learn from your classmates and faculty when they bring such an array of experiences and perspectives to the table.”

—Megan Ward, Alumna, Organizational Psychology Program

Since most of us spend our days working, learning, and interacting with human systems, skilled practitioners who can assist organizations to be more efficient by productively taking care of the people who comprise them will “meet the need” and “make a difference.”

Thank you for your interest in our Organizational and Leadership Psychology programs.

Erik M. Gregory, PhD, MPA, EdM
Program Chair, Organizational and Leadership Psychology Department

Updated 8/15/13

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