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M.A. in Business and Organizational Psychology

with M.Sc. Psychology in HRDM

CHRIST (Deemed to be University) offers collaborative degree program where students obtain their MSc Psychology in HRDM from CHRIST (Deemed to be University) with MA in Business and Organizational Psychology by a project competence-oriented program from Steinbeis University, Berlin, Germany through credit transfer system. 

Target Group

The master‘s program is intended for students who have completed their bachelor‘s study and are pursuing a career in HR, business management, marketing or consulting.

This program is also suitable for working professionals from many walk 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.

Objectives and Course Design

The Master’s programme is designed for educating business and organizational psychologists to:

  • further psychological expertise (e.g. concerning leadership or advertising),
  • include it in relevant professional concepts (e.g. professional organizational or HR development, crisis or conflict management),
  • apply their know-how directly (e.g. in market research, change management, and advertising), and
  • master the complex challenges of management practice in diverse areas of business practice.

Globally, companies are recognizing the value of 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:

  • Business Management
  • HR Management
  • Marketing & Communication
  • Market Research
  • Leadership
  • Coaching
  • Consulting
  • Project Activities and Network Management