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This British Psychological Society MSc accredited course is a pathway into the profession of occupational psychology.The MSc is ideal for people who want to be at the cutting-edge of practice and psychological research into workplaces. Students will work with a world class team who are members of Norwich Business School’s highly-respected Employment, Systems and Institutions group (ESI). As well as a large programme of activity around wellbeing, staff who teach on the course also conduct
This British Psychological Society MSc accredited course is a pathway into the profession of occupational psychology.
The MSc is ideal for people who want to be at the cutting-edge of practice and psychological research into workplaces. Students will work with a world class team who are members of Norwich Business School’s highly-respected Employment, Systems and Institutions group (ESI). As well as a large programme of activity around wellbeing, staff who teach on the course also conduct research on ethics, leadership, creativity and climate change. Their research is used to inform policy and guidance issued by government departments as well as to inform practice across commercial organisations, the public sector and professional institutions, providing real-life examples of applied research in action. This ensures you graduate with a solid grasp of contemporary challenges to workplace and the latest theories and techniques in Organisational Psychology and the main challenges surrounding them. You will become expert in the latest techniques and knowledge that inform in-depth understanding of Organisational Psychology.
This 12-month full-time course is targeted at people who have a first degree in Psychology – a BSc in Psychology (UK only) or equivalent degree (overseas) – and who want to specialise in the field of organisational and work psychology. This new course takes advantage of the growing demand by MNCs and UK companies for psychologists who can apply the latest psychological thinking.
The University of East Anglia (UEA) is a campus-based university in Norwich, with a global reputation for its excellent academic, social and cultural facilities, delivered to more than 15,000 students from over 80 countries. Over 4,000 making up its postgraduate community.
The University prides itself on the quality of its research, being part of Norwich Research Park, one of the largest communities of researchers in Europe, leading the way with research in areas including the environment, health, and plant science.
Facilities on campus include Britain’s greenest building, The Enterprise Centre, plus the University Sportspark, which has an Olympic-sized swimming pool. There’s also the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, a famous public art museum situated right on campus, beside UEA’s picturesque lake.