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Master of Arts in Psychology - Organizational Leadership

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

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Description

Businesses large and small increasingly recognize the critical distinction between a manager and a leader-between someone who merely assigns tasks, and someone who paints a vision and then inspires employees to work effectively toward achieving it.< For this reason, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology's is now offering their online Master of Arts in Psychology - Organizational Leadership degree has been created to be a flexible option for examining leadership from the psychological and behavioral perspectives.

The expert faculty of the Chicago School of Professional Psychology have designed this online psychology degree program to examine 21st century leadership modalities, the psychological science of leadership and emotional intelligence to help students become effective leaders, regardless of the organizational setting.

Curriculum includes coursework in leadership, research, ethics, interpersonal dynamics, and a range of electives to support each student's unique career goals-preparing graduates to apply the principles of psychology and leadership theory in a broad range of settings, to more effectively lead individuals and organizations to success.

This online degree in organizational psychology is an ideal option for those individuals who are looking to work either both for-profit and nonprofit settings, helping to clearly define and communicate organizational objectives and strategy, ensuring that business processes are as efficient as possible, building trust and bolstering morale, and helping each employee grow professionally and contribute meaningfully to advancing an organization's mission.

Graduates are able to select, implement, and manage appropriate leadership methodologies to meet individual, group and organizational needs in non-profit, for-profit, and pastoral settings.

Accreditation Information

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

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