Psychology: Occupational Health Psychology, 2015-2016
|Work and Stress||1||I||5||500|
|Human Potential: Application||1||II||5||500|
|Interventions in Occupational Health||2||IV||5||500|
|Internship Psychology||1 / 2||10 / 20||600|
|Master Thesis in MSc. Psychology||1 / 2||20||600|
15 EC chosen from following courses
or with other elective courses (level 500) up to 10 EC
|Motivation, Power and Leadership||1||I||5||500|
|Negotiation and Social Decision Making||1 / 2||I, III||5||500|
|Organisational Management||1 / 2||II, IV||5||500|
|Trainers Course Communication Skills||1||I, II||10||500|
- Regulations: Enrolling, Course and Examination, Master’s diploma and graduation
- Entry requirements Master specialisations
- Post-master vocational training in health care
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This is a specialisation of the master’s programme of Psychology.
Occupational Health Psychology (OHP) is a rapidly developing area within psychology. In the broadest terms, OHP refers to the application of psychology to protecting and promoting the safety, health, and well-being of workers, and to improving the quality of working life.
To demonstrate the diversity of work within the inherently multidisciplinary area of occupational health and safety, the MSc programme draws upon and integrates knowledge of several disciplines in psychology, such as cognitive psychology, health and clinical psychology and organisational psychology. Courses are taught by experts in the respective areas and will consist of coursework, research, and supervised practicum/internship work in OHP.
The MSc programme is designed to reflect the contemporary societal concerns in occupational health and safety and to offer not only a theoretical background, but also a range of research and practical skills for research and interventions in the field of work, safety and health. This includes the acquisition of principles and methods relevant to, for instance, health promotion and stress prevention in the workplace, risk management of organisational accidents, and engineering a safety culture.
The interdisciplinary approach and the combination of theory with analysis of realistic case studies makes the masters in OHP at Leiden University distinctive and useful for careers in education and training, consultancy, management or organizational development, and in research. Master’s Programmes – Occupational Health Psychology.
The professional master programme has a duration of two semesters (60 EC), and consists of a collection of courses, an internship and a master thesis. There are mandatory courses 15 EC and elective courses 15 EC. The internship is 10 EC. The scope of the thesis is equivalent to 20 EC.
As part of your elective courses choose up to 10 EC from the elective courses
For more detailed information about the specialisation Occupational Health Psychology please contact:
- Margot van der Doef
Tel.: +31 (0)71 527 3629
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Student representative
Purchasing study material
The books are available at a discount via the study association Labyrint on presentation of your Labyrint membership pass. Otherwise they can be bought from academic booksellers.