Master

Faculty of Social Sciences


Overview

Organisational Psychology combines Psychology and Business Management to investigate matters of critical relevance to individuals, businesses, and the society. It focuses on workplace issues facing individuals, teams, and organisations. This programme blends international standards and knowledge about local industries’ specificities, to promote professional skills in dealing with the challenges of complex, diversified, and demanding organisational situations, particularly those related to personnel relations. Candidates will develop skills and techniques to foster the wellbeing of personnel and increase organisational effectiveness.

Description

Includes three main areas in the field of Organisational Psychology.

  1. Organisational Behaviour
  2. Human Resource Management
  3. Research and Statistical Techniques

Applicants interested in obtaining a master’s degree, should complete all three areas, plus a final dissertation. USJ is also welcoming applicants who wish, without aiming at a degree, to have a high quality training in one of these specific areas, and not a complete degree.

Course Duration

2 years (evening) programme

Teaching Medium
English

Total Number of Credits for Graduation
36

Campus
Ilha Verde Campus

Programme’s Government Approval (in Chinese and Portuguese only) (Click here)

Calendar
September to July

Weekly Schedule
Mondays to Fridays


Key Features

The programme includes three main areas in the field of organisational psychology:

  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Human Resource Skills
  • Research and Statistical Techniques

Typical Career Options

  • Human Resource Management specialists
  • Workplace consultants, in diagnostic and intervention, in group and organisational contexts
  • Workplace and consumers data researchers

Study plan & description of modules

Note: The modules are subject to rearrangement in year 1 or year 2 based on the programme operation of the year.


Modules

Year 1
MOP102
3.00 credits
Year 2
MOP110
9.00 credits