Masters of Arts in Industrial/Organisational Psychology

The Master of Arts in Industrial/Organisational Psychology takes place over a single year period (full-time, no part-time option is offered), A and aims to provide students with a thorough knowledge of advanced theoretical issues in applied psychology within an organisational context, together with the development of advanced analytical and reasoning skills. Students are required to complete four compulsory modules, Multivariate Research Design and Analysis, Advanced Organisational Theory, Engineering Psychology and Workplace Counselling, as well as a research report in a suitable area. Persons who hold a Masters in Industrial Psychology are eligible for registration in the category ?Industrial Psychology? with the HPCSA, only provided that they complete a suitable internship approved by the Professional Board of Psychology, as well as any further criteria specified by the HPCSA, and at their discretion. Applicants for the programme are selected at the discretion of a Selection Panel, consisting of staff from the Discipline of Psychology. Acceptance is provisional upon several criteria, including acceptable academic performance in an Honours degree and during the first few months of the programme

Applications are invited for the M.A. in Industrial Psychology. 

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