What major would I need for a job in Organizational Development Consultant, Management or Psychology?
I have to decide my major at my college by the end of the semester and I have been looking a lot into what I'd like to do. I had originally thought Business (admin.) but it's just not for me. So I started looking into Management,and that's more suited for me and what I'm interested in. I started also considering a minor in Psychology as well, but as I was looking for jobs, I came across Organizational Development Consultant, and I think it's something I'd really love to do. I was looking up more info on the job, but I'm confused as to what I'd need to even be considered for it. Would I stand a chance with a major in Management and minor in Psychology, or vice versa, or what? I haven't looked extremely hard into what I'd need yet, so I was just hoping maybe someone with 1st hand experience, (or whatever really!) could help me out. Thanks a bunch! also wanted to add I'm getting my bachelors degree in either subject, and will have to stick to just that for now...so is my job choice even possible?
Asked By: emopinatas - 2/22/2008
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Look into a graduate degree in I/O Psych (that's Industrial/Organizational Psychology) and good luck!
Answered By: jurydoc - 2/22/2008
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An MBA or a Phd. or a ...
Answered By: Ray2play - 2/22/2008
Industrial Psych or Organizational Psych degrees would be your best bet... More
Answered By: Larry003 - 2/22/2008
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