The University of Liverpool’s online MSc in Organisational and Business Psychology can be your gateway to a range of exciting opportunities around the globe as an expert in promoting individual wellbeing and organisational success.
This fully online masters in organisational and business psychology is designed for working professionals looking to boost their careers by gaining in-depth skills in the science of managing, leading and motivating people within organisations and businesses, across a variety of sectors and cultural contexts.
Whether you are already working in a relevant field, such as HR, recruitment, change management or training, or looking to make a career switch, by the time you graduate, you will be armed with an advanced set of transferrable psychology-based skills that deliver real results in the workplace – opening up a wide range of management positions around the world, or helping you make a greater strategic impact in your current role.
The University of Liverpool is in the top 1% of universities worldwide and is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of 24 research-led UK universities which includes Oxford and Cambridge.
The University ranks in the UK’s top 5 for research impact, with 80% of the University’s research in Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience rating as world-leading or internationally excellent in the UK’s Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014).
The University’s long history in Psychology goes back to Nobel Laureate Sir Charles Sherrington – often considered to be the founder of modern neurophysiology – who was Professor of Physiology from 1895 to 1913.
The University of Liverpool Online Programmes does not offer programmes that lead to professional licensure. Some career options may require additional experience, training or other factors beyond successful completion of the above-mentioned online degree programmes.
Help! Is my child a psychopath?
Dr Luna Centifanti, a Senior Lecturer in Developmental Psychology at the University of Liverpool, says researchers are zeroing in on the unique traits associated with psychopathy and this greater understanding is opening the door for more targeted therapies.
Is it really mental ‘illness’?
Dr Peter Kinderman argues that mental emotional distress is not a sign of illness but a symptom of social causes and pressure. The treatment he prescribes is for all of us to take greater social responsibility to address the situation rather than just reaching for medication.
Suzi Gage on ‘Say Why to Drugs’
Lecturer in Psychology and prolific podcaster, Dr. Suzi Gage takes the Just Say No motto and turns it on its head. Every two weeks she and her co-host, UK rapper Scroobius Pip take an evidence based approach to discussing recreational drugs.