The MA program in Organizational Behavior and Development offers students and professionals the opportunity to acquire expertise in issues that confront organizational development, leadership and management today. Graduates will have numerous vocational options, such as working in consulting firms, as counselors in for-profit and non-profit organizations and in human resources positions.
We believe that how you study is no less important than what you study.
The program combines theoretical learning, action-oriented learning inside and outside the classroom, and supervised professional training.
Program lecturers are leading scholars in their field, academicians of international repute who have extensive teaching and research experience in universities in Israel and worldwide.
The interdisciplinary curriculum focuses on the interface between organizational behavior, social psychology, positive psychology, counseling, and business administration.
We believe that in order to become a professional in the organizational field, students must be exposed to the actual challenges organizations face today. We therefore collaborate with dozens of companies who open their doors to us and enable our students to experience first-hand how theories are put into practice.
We believe that building a meaningful career is a complex process. During the two-year program students explore various career routes and options, and we put special emphasis on assisting each and every one of them in developing their individual skills and in achieving their career goals.
Duration: 2 academic years
Age Group: Post College
Accommodation: IDC dorms, optional (not included in the program's tuition)
Program dates and tuitions (before significant grants & scholarships are applied)
October - $14,125 per yearSEE IF YOU QUALIFY