with M.Sc. Psychology in HRDM
In collaboration with CHRIST (Deemed to be University) and DAAD, the IEC offers collaborative degree program where students can obtain M.Sc. degree in Psychology (HRDM) from CHRIST (Deemed to be University) while pursuing their M.A. degree in Business and Organizational Psychology by a project competence-oriented program from the IEC through credit transfer system.
This study program is intended for students who intended to become professionals in Business Management, HR, Consulting, Leadership, and Coaching. This program is also suitable for working professionals from many walks of life – i.e. HR managers, psychologists, business managers, marketing experts, social workers, engineers or scientists, who want to hone their people skills and boost their career with meaningful qualification and become sought-after talents in the labor market.
This program is conducted mainly at CHRIST University's campus in Bangalore, India. Faculty members from the IEC will come to Bangalore to deliver lectures. On the third semester, you will have to travel to Germany to attend your classes at the IEC's campus and complete the mandatory internship in Berlin.
The Master's degree from the IEC is recognized by the German state as well as internationally, and accredited by FIBAA.
The Master’s program is designed for educating business and organizational psychologists to:
Globally, companies are recognizing the value of the business and organizational psychologists in solving organizational problems related to productivity and hiring the best employees. This makes it one of the fastest-growing professions.
The degree course offers scientifically grounded academic studies with a strong practical element, which will prepare the students for a vast range of functions and fields of work. Students will be able to use the practice-oriented expertise they acquired in the master‘s program in many organizational and business areas that are becoming increasingly relevant in the modern work environment, such as:
SEMESTER - I
Introduction and Methods
Business Psychology I
SEMESTER - II
Business Psychology II
Organizational Behavior, Organizational Management
Organizational Consulting, Organizational Development
SEMESTER - III
Human Resource Management I
Human Resources Management II
SEMESTER - IV
Market and Advertising Psychology
Psychological Aspects of Organizational Change
The total tuition fees for both Master's programs are 312,000 INR plus 9,880 EUR.
The tuition fees cover access to the INSIDER online learning solution, teaching materials available via the e-learning platform Moodle, access to the online libraries, professional coaching during the student project as well as examination fees and the access to IEC-Alumni organization.
Application for this study program is open annually on December 8th and done through CHRIST (Deemed To Be University) program page. However, you are also welcome to send your application documents to us at the IEC.
To apply to this Master's program, please submit the following documents:
NRI and foreign candidates please contact the Admission Office for more information on the additional documents you have to provide.
You can send these documents to Studentinfo@Steinbeis-IEC.de or via our Online Application Form by clicking the "Apply Now" button below.
To ensure that your application is processed as quickly as possible, all documents that are originally not in the English language should be translated to English by a sworn translator and sent in PDF format.
Each module is carefully thought out considering the scope of issues and problems we deal with within organizations. It is very insightful to learn factual theories and practices related to organizational issues and prepare a knowledge bank for myself while looking for solutions in the real world.
Human Resources Professional
As I wanted to move in HR Digitalization Field, this course gives me good exposer to Human Resource via study modules. I believe this [the study structure] is the perfect way to do a master’s study, because it gives flexibility to students as we do lot of Project work in small groups during the semester.