Joint Study Programme with Double Diploma in Work and Organizational Psychology

Structure of the Programme

The aim of the Programme is to prepare graduates for independent research or any other work the performance of which requires scientific knowledge and analytical competences, and to reach the learning outcomes set forth in the programme description.

The extent of the Programme is 120 ECTS. The nominal length of full-time studies is 2 years (4 semesters).

The Programme follows content of the European Curriculum in Work and Organizational Psychology Reference Model, Minimum Standards (ENOP, European Network of Work and Organizational Psychology), the requirements of EAWOP (European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology) and EuroPsy in Work and Organizational Psychology at masters’ degree level.

Language of the Programme is English. The contact work (lectures, seminars, tutorials, etc.), examinations are carried out in the English language. Master’s thesis must be submitted in English language. 

The curriculum design:

1 semester:

  1. Fundamentals of work/industrial and personnel psychology 
  2. Organizational theory and psychology 
  3. Occupational health psychology and quality of working life 
  4. Research methods and data analysis 
  5. Master thesis I

2 semester:

  1. Assessment and measurement in work and organizational psychology
  2. Organizational communication
  3. Personnel resourcing and development 

Alternative I

   4. Health and safety at workplace

   4. Managerial psychology

Alternative II

   5. Labor economics

   5. Psychology of negotiations in organizations 

   5. Group processes and team development

3 semester:

  1. Ethics and values in work and organizational psychology 
  2. Consultancy and counseling in work and organizational psychology 
  3. Organizational development and innovation 
  4. Master thesis II

Alternative III

   5. Work motivation 

   5. Virtual, mobile and multilocal work 

   5. Project management 

4 semester:

  1. Internship
  2. Master thesis III