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Welcome to the Program in Social-Organizational Psychology
We are delighted that you are interested in the Programs in Social-Organizational Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University. Our programs – whether it is the M.A., Ph.D., or Executive M.A. – are unique in their synthesis of the disciplines of social psychology and organizational psychology and in the adherence to a scholar-practitioner model: Theory and research must inform practice and practice must inform theory and research.
Master of Arts
The M.A. program is a scientist-practitioner program that educates students to be experts in the field of organization change, conflict resolution, team building, and more, with a subprogram designed for members of the U.S. Military.
Executive Masters Program
M.A. in Change Leadership
The program is designed to help individuals and organizations increase their capacity for initiating, managing and sustaining workplace change efforts in increasingly complex and global environments.
The doctoral program is designed for full-time students who desire fundamental education and skill development in the science and application of psychology to organizations.
PPOD Certificate Program
The Principles and Practices of Organization Development Program provides individuals with the core concepts and skills necessary for consulting to organizations and teams.
MD-ICCCR Certificate Programs
A unique learning opportunity for individuals who want to develop their conflict resolution skills in collaborative negotiation and mediation
Army Fellows Program
Sponsored by the War College, the Army Fellows Program involves one or two colonels spending a year studying and being mentored by Professor Burke, to study the Army itself as an institution.
Connect With Social-Organizational Psychology
- M.A. Program: Early Deadline = January 15th, Final Deadline = April 15th, 2016
- Executive M.A. Program: Priority Deadline = December 1st, 2015, Final Deadline = April 15th, 2016
- Ph.D. Program: December 15th, 2015
Coordinator: Dr. Elissa Perry
Teachers College, Columbia University
Room 222 Zankel
Phone: (212) 678-8109 Fax: (212) 678-8253