Organizational Behavior and Evaluation enhances your Master of Arts in Psychology with rigorous examination of group behavior and the evaluation skills to gauge organizational effectiveness through this lens.
Ideal for those who are committed to creating or improving socially responsible organizations, Organizational Behavior and Evaluation explores how to meet the challenges of an increasingly diverse workforce within a global economy and community. One of CGU’s most popular, the program trains future leaders, change agents, scholars, and educators to use psychological and organizational theory and research to improve organizational effectiveness and the work life of all individuals. You’ll integrate this knowledge with a background in evaluation and applied research methods to better understand and assess organizational health, all within one of the preeminent evaluation programs in the country.
- Flexible programming lets you tailor your coursework to fit your individual interests and career goals.
- All Division of Behavioral & Organizational Sciences (DBOS) graduate students are required to gain practical experience through projects, internships, or jobs. A variety of faculty members, research institutes, local colleges and universities, and local organizations employ DBOS students.
- The Organizational Sciences programs admit students with either a bachelor’s or a master’s degree in psychology, business administration, or related fields.
- We admit students directly from undergraduate programs and mid-career students who are returning to the university after more extensive work experience.
- All Organizational Behavior and Positive Organizational Psychology students who request financial aid receive fellowships. DBOS also regularly hires students for paid teaching assistantships.
- This program is STEM designated, allowing international students who hold F-1 visas to apply for OPT work authorizations for a total of 36 months (an initial 1-year period and a 24-month OPT STEM extension) of paid work experience in the U.S. after graduation.