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Storm Advisory for Sunday, Jan. 20

A winter storm warning remains in effect for Hartford County until 7 p.m. today. Residential students are asked to postpone their return to campus to Monday afternoon or, for those whose class schedules allow, Tuesday. Students, please do not travel to and arrive on campus today.

Hartt Community Division activities today and this evening are canceled.

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Critical Leadership that Builds Consensus

Earn Your Master of Science in Organizational Psychology completely online. The Master of Science in Organizational Psychology program aims to address critical leadership skills required to enhance organizational effectiveness. The program provides you with a theoretical framework in organizational psychology and the opportunity to improve your own skills in research, communication, facilitation, interpersonal, group, and organizational issues. The integration of theory and practice prepares graduates to lead, manage, and/or consult with dynamic and diverse organizations operating in a global environment

Under the guidance of faculty members trained in industrial and organizational psychology who publish in these disciplines and have a variety of field experience, students are prepared for a career in organizational psychology, or related fields, with the necessary foundational skills. Most important, you get what you want out of the program. The required and elective courses provide you with experience and training in organizational psychology centered on real-life, professional applications of the issues presented. Ultimately, as the program expands, you can take courses that will prepare you for your personalized career goals. 

Meaningful Connections

Build collaborative relationships with faculty and students alike.

Be Part of the Conversation

Receive timely feedback from supportive faculty to stay connected and engaged.

Seven-week courses

Enter at any of three starting points each year—September, January, or May.

Fully online

Complete coursework anytime and anywhere you have an Internet connection without ever having to come to campus.

24 months

Complete the program in as few as two years by taking no more than two courses (depending on availability) per session.


Attend one course at a time as needed for a healthy work/life balance.