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DCUBS Launches New MSc in Work and Organisational Behaviour
12th June 2009
DCU Business School is to launch a new
two-year part-time Masters degree in Organisational
Behaviour, which will be delivered in parallel with its
long-running M.Sc in Work and Organisational Psychology
The new M.Sc. in Work and Organisational Behaviour (MWOB) programme is designed for graduates who do not have the required psychology qualification for entry to the University's popular M.Sc. in Work and Organisational Psychology.
Students on the Organisational Behaviour stream are taught alongside and receive almost all of the same modules as the Organisational Psychology students.
Participants on both streams are equipped with the knowledge, experience and professional expertise necessary to make a distinctive and valuable contribution to organisational planning, development and change.
The M.Sc. in Work and Organisational Psychology (MWOP) at DCU Business School is the longest running specialised programme delivering organisational psychology education in Ireland. Graduates of the programme have gone on to further the field of organisational psychology in the workplace, and thereby facilitate a broad range of organisations to reach optimal effectiveness. The programme provides qualified psychologists with academic training and development which contributes significantly to the process of seeking registered organisational psychologist status, if desired.
Among the main areas covered in the programme are:
Candidates for the M.Sc. in Work and Organisational Behaviour (DC957) should have an honours degree in a business-, social sciences- or organisation-related discipline (at Upper Second Class Honours level, or above).
Graduates are likely to be involved in the following work fields:
The class usually comprises professionals from a variety of sectoral backgrounds as well as recent graduates, which adds to the dynamic of the group.
The programmes offer some fee scholarships based on set
criteria. Interested applicants should contact the programme
chairs for more details.
See full details of this exciting programme
Enquiries should be directed to:
M.Sc. in Work
and Organisational Psychology
Dr Finian Buckley
Tel: +353 1 700 5658
M.Sc. in Work
and Organisational Behaviour
Dr Melrona Kirrane
Tel: +353 1 700 5439