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EIT - Post Graduate Diploma/Masters Applied Management 2018

PostGrad/Masters Applied Management 2018 with descriptions for International Applicants

Keywords: Applied Management,PostGrad,Masters,2018

PAOPPSTLIGERDAMDADNIPALGOEMMAEN/ TM2A0S1T8ER Napier and Auckland

Information for International applicants

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN APPLIED
MANAGEMENT (1 YEAR)

This programme deepens and broadens applied business management
knowledge well beyond initial undergraduate level.

The programme has a strong applied, real-world focus and utilises research
projects, work-based case studies and interaction with industry practitioners
in addition to on-campus workshops and blended learning. The programme
develops students applied business problem solving and critical thinking skills
to advanced levels.

MASTER OF APPLIED MANAGEMENT (18 MONTHS)

Progressing on from the Postgraduate Diploma, this programme seeks to STUDENT PROFILE
develop students’ applied management capabilities and has a practical focus
grounded in theory. It emphasises the application of knowledge in real-world Amy Abaquita | The Philippines
contexts. Students will choose from two streams; a coursework stream and a
research stream. “The teachers are knowledgeable and are good at
what they do. They are like a second family!”
COURSEWORK:
This stream will incorporate a capstone course and an individual scholarly
project (a small scale research project). Students will have the opportunity to
apply their knowledge through practical assessments (including cases and
business simulations) and projects; working in groups and individually.

RESEARCH:
Students will undertake an extended individual research project focussing on
a specific business issue or problem, incorporating advanced levels of analysis,
evaluation and discussion. Students wanting to enrol in this stream should
have prior experience in business research.

The eight areas of professional competence that are covered by the
programme are:

• Money • People and culture • Technology • Globalisation

• Markets • Planning • Innovation • Sustainability

SCHOLARSHIP S Qualification • Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Management (Level 8)
Level • Master of Applied Management (Level 9)
There is a scholarship available for this programme. This scholarship Length
providea a small contribution to assist students realise their goal of Start dates Level 8 & 9
studying in New Zealand.
Fees PG Diploma: 1 Year
All International students who accept an offer of place for this IELTS Masters: 1 1/2 Years
programme will receive the scholarship. Please contact us for more Total credits
information: [email protected] Class times Napier: 19 Feb, 7 May, 23 July, 8 Oct
Study hours Auckland: 26 Mar, 4 June, 20 Aug, 29 Oct
CAREER OUTLOOK Location
PG Diploma: NZ$ 21,000 (1 year)
$ $ $ Masters: NZ$ 32,000 (1 1/2 Years)

$50,133 $57,508 $66,485 6.5 (academic) no band lower than 6.0 or equivalent.

Median earnings one year Median earnings two years Median earnings five years PG Diploma: 120
after study after study after study Masters: 60

Job opportunities Employment rate two years Classes are scheduled between 8.00am and 5.00pm Monday - Friday.
after study Approximately four classroom hours per course per week
AVERAGE
76% Approximately two hours for each classroom hour
POOR GOOD
Employment rate two years Napier, Auckland
after study

Source: https://www.careers.govt.nz/qualifications/view/2519/6007

STUDY PATHWAYS SPECIALISATIONS Select 3x Level 7 subjects (45 credits)

POST GRADUATE EXIT WITH FINANCE MANAGEMENT MARKETING & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
DIPLOMA POST GRADUATE Hawke’s Bay Campus HB & Auckland RETAIL Hawke’s Bay Campus
DIPLOMA
45 credits at Level 7 Hawke’s Bay Campus
+ 75 credits at Level 8 ELIGIBLE TO COMPLETE
SPECIALISATION SUPPLY CHAIN & PROJECT HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT &
LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY
HB & Auckland HB & Auckland
HB & Auckland Hawke’s Bay Campus

+ Select 5x Level 8 subjects (75 credits) from the course description list below

MASTERS 45 credits at Level 9 + 15 credits at Level 8

POST GRADUATE CONTINUE TO CHOOSE RESEARCH PROJECT + 1 X LEVEL 8 SUBJECT
DIPLOMA MASTERS STREAM (L9) 15 CREDITS
leading to Masters
45 CREDITS
120 credits at Level 8
INDEPENDENT
NO LEVEL 7 SUBJECTS CAN BE TAKEN SCHOLARLY PROJECT

(L9)
15 CREDITS
+ +CAPSTONE COURSE 1 X LEVEL 8 SUBJECT
(L9) 15 CREDITS
30 CREDITS

CAREER PATHWAYS COURSE LIST

These programmes enable graduates to develop and/or manage a Please note, if a student intends to continue to Masters level they
business, or pursue professional careers within different types of must complete MAPM8.900 Research in Applied Management in the
industries and agencies. These can include the following areas: first year of study. None of the other courses have pre-requisites.

• domestic and international markets; • managing and controlling different LEVEL COURSE CREDITS
types of technology;
• financial and cost management; LEVEL 8 15
• innovation and entrepreneurial; MAPM8.100 International Markets 15
• managing people and businesses; • consultancy; MAPM8.150 Finance for Executives 15
• product and services marketing; MAPM8.200 Leadership 15
• understand different cultures and • operations and business in the MAPM8.350 Innovation 15
how to do business in a multi-cultural MAPM8.400 Global Strategies in Business 15
environment; global world; MAPM8.450 Decision Making 15
• sustainable business, and; MAPM8.500 Governance 15
• strategic planning and strategic • research in industry and business. MAPM8.550 Lean Management 15
management; MAPM8.600 Special Topic 15
MAPM8.650 Workplace Learning 30
• corporate planning; MAPM8.900 Research in Applied Management

ENTRY CRITERIA LEVEL 9: MASTER OF APPLIED MANAGEMENT (60 CREDITS) 45
15
ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS RESEARCH STREAM
An undergraduate business degree with a B pass or better, plus previous MAPM9.100 Applied Business Research Project
relevant work experience. Where the candidate’s undergraduate degree
does not provide the basis of study at the level required for more + 1x Level 8 subject (see list above)
advanced study, students will be required to enrol in the Postgraduate
Diploma in Applied Management in the first instance. Upon successful COURSEWORK STREAM 30
completion, they can choose to continue their studies to Masters degree
level, either through classroom based study or research. MAPM9.200 Applied Management Capstone 15
15
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS MAPM9.300 Independent Scholarly Project
Students are required to have attained an acceptable level of English + 1x Level 8 subject (see list above)
language fluency. This may be demonstrated in a variety of ways,
including successful study in English, approved scores on TOEFL or
IELTS (6.5 Academic) with no band score lower than 6.0 or equivalent, or
completion of an EIT Hawke’s Bay assessment (ELPT).

FIND OUT MORE:
[email protected]
www.international.eit.ac.nz

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

LEVEL 7 BRIEF DESCRIPTION LEVEL CREDITS
AC7.01 15
AC7.02 Advanced Financial Accounting 7 15
AC7.03 To develop an understanding and critical awareness of financial reporting issues in New Zealand and internationally 15
AC7.04 and demonstrate skill in preparing complex financial statements. 15
AC7.05 15
AC7.06 Advanced Management Accounting 7 15
BU7.01 To identify, evaluate and apply appropriate traditional and contemporary management accounting tools and theories 15
LM7.01 in a business context. 30
LM7.02 45
LM7.03 Corporate Finance 7 15
LM7.04 To enable students to apply the concepts, theory and analytical techniques of modern corporate finance to 15
LM7.05 investment, financing and dividend decisions of a firm. 15
LM7.06 15
LM7.07 Advanced Taxation 7 15
MG7.01 To provide students with skills to research tax problems and recommend solutions, including the ability to integrate 15
MG7.02 non-tax factors into their recommendations. 15
MG7.03 15
MG7.04 Audit and Assurance Services 7 15
MG7.05 To develop a critical awareness of the nature and purpose of assurance and auditing engagements, the regulatory 15
MK7.01 and professional environment and the process of conducting financial statement audits in New Zealand. 15
MK7.02 15
LEVEL 8 Industry Based Learning (Accounting) 7
To provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in a real business context. CREDITS
MAPM8.100
Special Topic 7 15
To provide students with an opportunity to investigate a business topic of their interest.

Business Project 7
To provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in a real business context.

Internship 7
To provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in a real business context.

Advanced Project Management 7
To develop the knowledge and skills to specify a project and take on a project manager role.

Strategic Business Analysis 7
To develop an understanding of the business analyst’s role in facilitating and recommending change to improve
organisational performance at a systemic level.

Advanced Health Services Management 7
To enable students to critically examine aspects of the health service manager’s role including policy, strategy, staff
management and leadership.

Retail Management 7
To develop an understanding of the retail manager’s role in evaluating operational strategy, improving business
performance and evaluating leadership skills.

International Business 7
To enable students to understand and critically evaluate international business from a strategic perspective and
apply this knowledge and understanding to business opportunities in the Asia-Pacific Region.

Strategic Management 7
To enable students to review critical aspects of organisational strategy evaluation and formulation.

Advanced Operations Management 7
To design and apply operations strategy models & frameworks to business operations.

Advanced Human Resource Management 7
To understand and critically evaluate topical issues in the HRM field and prepare students to perform the role of a
strategic HRM business partner.

Career Management 7
To give students the knowledge and skills to manage their careers in a contemporary business and careers
environment.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation 7
To develop students’ understanding of the theory and practice of entrepreneurship and innovation.

Strategic Marketing 15
To develop a strategic approach to marketing planning to achieve superior long-term marketing and business
performance within a competitive, global marketing environment.

Marketing Research 15
To develop an understanding of the role of marketing research in marketing decision making and the skills to
complete a comprehensive marketing research project.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION LEVEL

International Markets 8
This course is an advanced study of marketing theories and contemporary practices on how organisations (including
SMEs) create and serve international markets in sustainable ways. The aim of the course is to explore and also fuse
latest theories and creative practices into a unique investigation of creative market internationalisation. The students
will explore, evaluate, criticise, and to some extent contribute to the body of knowledge of peers on international
markets. The application of Māori business perspectives to international marketing is encouraged.

MAPM8.150 Finance for Executives 8 15
This course examines and critically evaluates important issues in finance from perspectives of executives who are
responsible for making significant decisions. At the end of the course the student will be able to apply the concepts,
theory, and analytical techniques of finance to investment, financing and dividend decisions in a sustainable manner
for small and medium sized enterprises in domestic and international contexts. The emphasis is on the development
of problem solving skills based on carefully selected case studies.

MAPM8.200 Leadership 8 15
At the end of this course students will be able to: demonstrate an understanding of and apply various theories,
perspectives and approaches of leadership; critically evaluate contemporary leadership issues; analyse leadership in a
team context; and critically reflect on their own leadership. Leadership will be examined in relation to sustainable and
Māori business practices in the context of the environment in which organisations (including SMEs) operate.

MAPM8.350 Innovation 8 15
This course examines the effective use of innovation as an organisational strategy and to synthesise its application in
various sectors and contexts.

MAPM8.400 Global Strategies in Business 8 15
This course aims to develop a management perspective of strategic management principles and processes in an
entrepreneurial context. Students will undertake self-directed research to demonstrate their capability to effectively
apply these principles with the purpose of achieving sustainable strategic competitiveness and above-average
financial returns within New Zealand’s small to medium-sized enterprises and global milieu. The application of Māori
business perspectives in the global context is encouraged.

MAPM8.450 Decision Making 8 15
To enhance knowledge and application of decision making and implementation techniques in complex organisational
environments with a focus on a range of cultural contexts.
To develop the ability to critique rational decision making approaches in applied contexts.

MAPM8.500 Governance 8 15
To explore the role of the Board of Directors and other governance bodies in terms of their statutory, regulatory and
legal duties, responsibilities and obligations to stakeholders, including shareholders. This aim will be underpinned by
a philosophy that it is desirable to work toward sustainable objectives and will focus on a range of enterprises from
small not for profit organisations to multi-national corporates.

MAPM8.550 Lean Management 8 15
This course focuses on gaining a management perspective of Lean principles, practices, and techniques from both a
technical standpoint and the people perspective needed to effect the change and sustain the improvement. Emphasis
is placed on developing the individual skills needed to become a Lean thinker and champion, and on building a
roadmap for transitioning an organization from its current state to one of being a Lean operation.

MAPM8.600 Special Topic 8 15
This course provides an opportunity for participants to develop and apply new skills and techniques to small existing
or small emerging problems in the applied business area. Participants will be required to demonstrate independent
application of knowledge and skills within the Business field. Students will be expected to demonstrate an ability to
research a specific business issue or problem. The student will be expected to demonstrate an ability to research a
specific business issue or problem applying different investigative methods including sustainability and may include
Māori-centric perspectives.
P = MAPM8.900 Research in Applied Management

MAPM8.650 Workplace Learning 8 15
This course provides students with the opportunity to experience a business work environment and to gain a
management perspective of the particular environment in which the work is carried out. The students will be required
to tackle and write up a number of mini projects that they have completed as part of their work experience, applying
different investigative methods including sustainability and may include Māori-centric perspectives.

MAPM8.900 Research in Applied Management 8 30
This Course is an advanced study of both qualitative and quantitative research methods applicable to business. The
aim of the Course is to provide students with a framework for research in the applied management context which can
be used to conduct research relevant to current business issues in organisations (including SMEs). The application of
Māori-centric and sustainability-focussed research methods will be encouraged.

• A student can take up to 60 credits (level 8) from any of the following Master Programmes, with approval from the Programme Coordinator: Master of
Health Science, Master of Nursing, or Master of Information Technology.

.• Up to 30 unspecified credits might be allowed with Programme Coordinator approval

• Any approved 15 credit level 8 course or Research in Applied Management (30 credits) if this has not been completed previously.

LEVEL 9: MASTER OF APPLIED MANAGEMENT

MAPM9.100 Applied Business Research Project (compulsory for Master of Applied Management) 9 45
This course provides an opportunity for participants to develop and apply new skills and techniques to existing or
emerging problems in the applied business area. Participants will be required to demonstrate independent application
of highly specialised knowledge and skills within the business field. Students will be expected to demonstrate ability
to research a specific business issue or problem, incorporating advanced levels of analysis, evaluation, discussion, and
theoretical development.
P = MAPM8.900 Research in Applied Management

MAPM9.200 Applied Management Capstone 9 15
An advanced course of study designed to integrate students’ prior coursework-based learning by working
collaboratively on complex cases. The course enables student to develop skills (in particular collaborative problem
solving and work management skills) which can enable them to apply their learning in organisational contexts.
P = MAPM8.900 Research in Applied Management
C = MAPM9.300 Scholarly Project

MAPM9.300 Independent Scholarly Project 9 30
An advanced course of study which is designed to guide students through the process of applying research principles
to practice. This is done through the completion of a project on a topic chosen in the course MAPM8.900 “Research
in Applied Management” by the student and linked thematically to one of the cases studied in MAPM9.200 Applied
Management Capstone course.
P = MAPM8.900 Research in Applied Management
C = MAPM9.200 Applied Management Capstone


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