At minimum, an upper second class undergraduate degree or equivalent. The undergraduate degree will either be from psychology, management sciences, or a related psychology discipline.
Months of entry
Kent’s Organisational Psychology MSc develops your theoretical and research-based knowledge of social and occupational psychology to enhance your understanding of workplace behaviour. It offers you a pathway to a career as a practitioner or academic researcher in the field of organisational psychology.
This MSc programme brings together aspects of psychological research into applied, social, and organisational psychology modules from Kent's School of Psychology with modules on organisational behaviour and people management from Kent Business School.
This MSc provides insights into the psychology of selection and assessment, methods and statistics, employee wellbeing, entrepreneurship and people management. The programme will develop your understanding of the contextual forces within organisations and the role of organisational psychology, including political, environmental, technical, social and legal.Course structure
The MSc in Organisational Psychology includes lecture and seminar-based teaching, visiting lecturers/speakers, company visits, as well as a research apprenticeship. The programme is composed of five compulsory modules and three optional modules.
Teaching and Assessment
Assessment methods will include essays, seminar contributions, examinations, presentations, and the dissertation.
Information for international students
For international students, a minimum of an average 6.5 in IELTs test, minimum 6.0 in reading and writing. Applicants without this IELTS can be considered for the Graduate Diploma in Psychology, specifically designed to improve language skills and gain extra training in psychology - www.kent.ac.uk/psychology/pg/gdip.html
Fees and funding
Please visit our funding web pages for the lates information.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- School of Psychology
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