Organizational Psychology Programs
As an organizational psychologist, you can examine the human side of managing public, labor, business, academic, and community organizations. An organizational psychologist could be called in to help the productivity of an office or workplace, or they could be called in to ensure that people are communicating as best as possible. With a master's degree in psychology, you may work as industrial-organizational psychologists. With a doctoral degree you can work in clinical positions or in private practices, but they also sometimes teach, conduct research, or carry out administrative responsibilities.