Course Details

The Master in Managerial Psychology course is a 12 unit post-graduate program being offered by HELP University (HELP) through its learning center, HELP Graduate School (HGS). The Master of Managerial Psychology course comprises subjects carefully chosen from a combination of management disciplines with emphasis in psychology subjects. To graduate, students enrolled are required to satisfactorily complete 12 compulsory study units in managerial and psychological issues.

The course is designed to meet the needs of part-time students through weekday seminar sessions.

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The subjects offered in the Master of Managerial Psychology are listed below. Students are required to enroll for the 6 compulsory units; and to choose 6 out of the 8 electives comprising:

Compulsory units:
  • MGP601 Project Paper
  • MGP602 Selection and Placement in Managerial Psychology
  • MGP603 Principles of Organizational Psychology
  • MGP605 Training and Development in Managerial Psychology
  • MGP606 Testing and Measurements in Managerial Psychology
  • MGP613 Psychology of Organizational Change and Development
Course assessment
    • Various assessment items may be used at the discretion of the subject facilitators. These may include individual or group assignments, project writing, tests, class discussion and class participation.
Elective units (to choose 6):
  • MGP604 Consumer and Advertising Psychology
  • MGP607 Ethics and Conflict Resolution
  • MGP608 Psychology of Peak Performance
  • MGP609 Psychology of Consulting and Practice
  • MGP611 Psychology of Leading, Coaching and Mentoring
  • MGP612 Cross-cultural Managerial Psychology
  • MGP614 Entrepreneurship
  • MGP615 Occupational Health and Human Factors Psychology
Course Duration
      • Normally 18 months on a modular basis.
      • Each subject will have a minimum of 44 contact hours comprising:
      • 44-hour weekday seminar sessions

Degree in psychology or in any related field from a recognized university with a CGPA of no less than 2.5 or professional qualifications in any field from a recognized examining body. To verify entry requirements please contact Hazlinda Islakhuddin at 03-20958791 or email, or Dr Goh Chee Leong at 03-20958791 ext: 1101 or email:

Pre-requisites / Number of Modules
Students who do not have a prior degree in psychology will be required to complete 1 pre-requisite subject – General Psychology prior to the completion of the program. The total number of modules necessary to graduate from this program (excluding General Psychology) is 12.

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