College of Economics & Social Development
The program is intended for professionals looking for a better understanding of the organization they work for. It is concerned with the social and psychological processes operating in organizations, and how these processes relate to organizational systems and structures.
This two-year weekend program requires successful completion of 72 credit hours of course work, including 23 courses plus a research project of 3 credit hours each spread over six semesters. Students are expected to maintain a CGPA of 3.0 and successful completion of research project for the conferment of the degree. This program combines study in psychology with courses in human resource management, workplace relations, leadership and team dynamics, and management strategy.
Students can take a minimum load of 6 credit hours (two courses) or maximum of 12 credit hours (four courses) in each of the 3 semesters (Fall, Spring and Summer).