This learning is equipped with an excellent level of knowledge and understanding of a broad range of topics in Occupational Psychology, including an appreciation of theory, an awareness of the strengths and limitations of research evidence, and how research can be used to help organisations and its employees.
Training has a strong applied focus that will enable you to see the potential for using psychology, whether as a practitioner, or when engaging the services of consultants. You will learn how to apply occupational psychology methodologies to solve real-life problems in organisations. Core psychological theories will be illustrated with the latest research and examples of practice. Graduates will be professionals in the field.
- Length of study2 years
- Tuition fee$17,000
The fee includes admission of listener, manage his study profile, payments for monitoring and evaluating the results of his study, pay teachers for individual consultations, discharge, dissertation and graduation.
The average Industrial-Organizational Psychologist earns approximately $75K annually. Geographic location is the biggest factor affecting pay for this group, followed by experience level. Men make up a slight majority of Industrial-Organizational Psychologists (51 percent) who responded to the survey*.