An undergraduate degree at 2:1 or above
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Duration Two years part-timeHow to apply for this course
Are you curious about how psychological theory might be used to resolve issues and problems at work? MSc Psychology for Leadership takes key psychological concepts and theories and enables students to apply them in their own leadership.
How you apply the learning will be unique, but the journey is shared. You'll be discussing identity, leadership and self presentation on this course and exploring the psychology of neurodiversity, workplace wellbeing, institutional racism and working through a pandemic. There are opportunities to develop your research skills and to do an independent research project.
This couse is perfect for you if you're new to leadership as it equips you with the knowledge and sklls to lead a diverse workforce. Equally it is for experienced leaders who wish to critique their style and develop the skills to manage current and future issues. This might include understanding and capitalising on the strengths of neurodiverse colleagues, promoting an inclusive workplace and influencing across your organisation. The applied nature of our MSc Psychology for Leadership means that the course content can focus on current topics of interest as directed by the students.
MSc Psychology for Leadership offers a flexible learning experience, being taught predominately online with six days on campus per year. Equally it provides the scope for you to develop leadership skills suited to your own organisation.
Small class sizes for teaching and learning
Learn from experiences in your own workplace to become a more effective leader there
Flexible mix of online and on-campus learning, with three blocks of two days taught on-campus each year
This is a unique course, it's the only MSC Psychology of Leadership available in the UK
You'll meet and discuss with other students, forging professional networks and creating a community to support your leadership development ambitions
Online learning is a mix of live sessions with lecturers and fellow students and on-demand activities that you can progress at the times that best suit you
How do I harness the creativity of colleagues with ADHD?
How can we challenge institutional racism?
How can I change my leadership style?
How can I manage change in the workplace effectively?
How do I develop and embed values in my workplace?
How do I motivate and influence people?
Please note: This course is subject to validation which means that it is either a new course or that the content is currently being updated. You can apply for this course now while some of the details of the course are being finalised by the University. Please contact the course leader if you would like further information.
Fees UK students: £6,500
Fees for International students: £12,000
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