The part-time course provides solid academic and practical further education that qualifies students for a wide range of tasks and jobs.
It is designed for people working at the human-economic interface or those who wish to explore new career opportunities. Students attending this university course learn different subjects, combining psychological principles with economic requirements in modern companies (i.e. industrial psychology models, healthy organizations, organizational change, motivation, job satisfaction, etc.)
In this course, managers and others already working in their professions will acquire the relevant knowledge to improve their personal qualifications and market value.
Knowledge and analysis of different ideologies at the root of organizational theoretical approaches, individual self-expression in organizations as a fundamental normative goal in organizational psychology, greater awareness of psychological contexts - this is the important learning content of this university course.
Equipped with the complex knowledge of change processes and dynamics, graduates will be able to contribute to reducing the charged relationship between the organization and the individual.
The aim of the university course “Economic and Organizational Psychology MA” is to provide the necessary expertise and develop skills to enable graduates to review and co-engineer the psychological, economic and social coherencies in company practice.