The applied management qualification combines a masters, postgraduate diploma and a postgraduate certificate into a flexible, multi-layered programme designed to extend, deepen and consolidate your future at the forefront of business and management. You’ll gain specialised business knowledge and skills and the ability to apply business knowledge by building on existing qualifications and experience, resulting in a comprehensive understanding, professional competence and leadership skills in modern business and management. The programme will further develop your critical thinking skills and ability to lead and influence businesses and organisations for a future of commercial, community and environmental sustainability.
It’s our business to help you study, so flexible options mean you’ll be able to study full or part-time toward this qualification, as you work around other commitments such as your current employment and family.
An undergraduate business degree with a B pass or better, plus previous relevant work experience.
Where the candidate’s undergraduate degree does not provide the basis of study at the level required for more advanced study, students will be required to enrol in the Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Management in the first instance. Upon successful completion, they can choose to continue their studies to Masters degree level, either through classroom based study or research.
You need to complete credit hours to successfully obtain this degree. Please check detail of study units at https://www.eit.ac.nz/programmes/master-of-applied-management-post-graduate-certificate-and-diploma-in-applied-management/
The Master of Applied Management (MApM) is a Level 9 programme of 240 or 180 credits at Levels 8 and 9 with at least 45 credits at Level 9, completed by coursework and industry integrated or applied research. It enables those who have completed a bachelor degree in business, or similar, to achieve a postgraduate level qualification in the applied management area.
The programme can be completed in two years full-time (240 credit course) or 18 months (180 credit course) or up to eight years part-time, depending on your previous study and experience, and specific course preferences.