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Master

Psychology: Consultancy & Organisational Development (track)

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The track focuses on organisational psychology; this discipline studies the relationship between employees and their social working environment (e.g. colleagues, supervisors, teams, organisation as a whole). 

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Consultancy & Organisational Development

Study programme

Questions such as these are explored in the Consultancy & Organisational Development Master's track.

  • How can you successfully guide organisational change?
  • How do you handle conflict in organisations?
  • How do you create effective teams?
  • How do you develop a learning organisation?
  • How can you use individual employee’s potential when working in teams?

small-group teaching approach

Gain practical skills which will help you to

advise organizations on their change processes

Important topics in this field are

Organisational culture and change, cooperation within teams and leadership

Study the relationship between

employees and their social working environment

Careers

The Consultancy & Organisational Development Master’s track prepares students for positions such as:

  • Organisational consultant on issues such as organisational change, organisational and/or team development, organisational culture analyses, conflict management, and process improvements
  • Management consultant (in-house or external)
  • Policy advisor in an organization

Is this Master's track for you?

Important topics in this field are:

  • Organisational culture and organisational change
  • Cooperation within teams
  • Leadership
  • Social interaction
  • Conflict management through negotiation
  • Decision-making processes
  • Team and organisational development

At the end of the Consultancy & Organisational Development track, students will have an understanding of scientific theories and have gained practical skills which will help them to advise organizations on their change processes.

Facts & Figures
Degree programme MSc Psychologie
Mode Full-time
Credits 60 ECTS, 12 months
Language of instruction English
Starts in September
CROHO code 66604
Location Roeterseiland campus