2016 Waikato Management School. Undergraduate and Graduate Prospectus

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2016

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Choose Management

Why choose Waikato Management School? 3

Seven factors that set us apart 3

Study with us 4

Student support services 5

Join a student organisation 7

Scholarships you can apply for 8

How to get into Waikato 9

Admission requirements for 10

Waikato Management School

How to apply for Waikato 12

Choose your subject

Plan your programme of study 14

Accounting 15 Agribusiness 17 Economics 18 Electronic Business 20 Electronic Commerce 21 Entrepreneurship 22 Finance 23 Hospitality Management 24

Human Resource Management 25

International Management 26

Leadership Communication 27

Management and Sustainability 29

Management Systems 30

Marketing 31

Public Relations 32

Social Enterprise 33

Strategic Management 34

Supply Chain Management 36

Tourism Management 37

Choose your qualification

Learning outcomes and 40

qualification requirements

Undergraduate bachelors degrees 41

Bachelor of Management Studies 43 Bachelor of Business Analysis – Financial 47 Bachelor of Communication Studies 51 Bachelor of Electronic Commerce 55 Bachelor of Entrepreneurship 59 Bachelor of Tourism – Tourism and 63 Hospitality Management

Other undergraduate qualifications

Diplomas and certificates 66

Conjoint degrees 67

Graduate and postgraduate qualifications

Graduate diplomas and certificates 68 Postgraduate diplomas and certificates 69

Masters degrees 70

Master of Business Administration (MBA) 71 Master of Business and Management (MBM) 72 Master of Electronic Commerce (MECom) 73 Master of Management Studies (MMS) 74 Master of Professional Accounting (MPAcct) 75 Master of Professional Management (MPM) 76 Postgraduate Diploma in Management Studies 79

Campus map 81

Contents

The information contained in this prospectus is correct at the time of publication. The online Calendar has the most up-to-date information: http://calendar.waikato.ac.nz

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Welcome to Waikato Management School

(WMS) – the business school of choice,

respected internationally for our high-quality

teaching and research.

Choose Manag

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Our students are in high demand with employers and go on to build amazing careers. They become leaders in the public and private sectors, graduating with practical business skills, knowledge and real-world experience. We offer a wide range of professionally-focused qualifications that will open the door to exciting career choices.

You will learn to think critically and creatively, make strategic decisions for business success, study industry trends and competitors,

communicate effectively with others, understand entrepreneurship and innovation, and manage organisations in an ethical, responsible manner.

Our close links with multinational companies, government agencies, not-for-profits and other professional stakeholders ensure that WMS graduates are ready to take on the challenges of the dynamic, global business environment.

Seven factors that set

us apart:

Triple Crown accreditation

Study with us for the assurance that you’re gaining a world-class education. Waikato Management School has ‘Triple Crown’ accreditation status – a globally-recognised mark of excellence in business education, earned by just one percent of the world’s best business schools – from EQUIS (the European Quality Improvement System), AACSB (the US-based Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), and AMBA (the Association of MBAs).

Relevant teaching and research

Our lecturers are distinguished scholars who will make your learning engaging and based on real life.

Waikato Management School also has a strong record of generating world-leading research.

Gain practical experience before

you graduate

You’ll be exposed to real-life business challenges in class, helping to develop your practical skills, teamwork and independent thinking. This is underpinned by a strong theoretical base, so our students are equipped to enter the job market as soon as they graduate. Gain hands-on experience through a work internship that showcases your talents to potential employers, work for real clients or undertake an applied research project.

Close corporate connections

Our staff sit on government taskforces, advisory boards, and work with senior executives at some of New Zealand’s most influential companies – such as Fonterra, Carter Holt Harvey, Spark, Gen-i, WEL Energy and AgResearch.

This ensures our students gain the most up-to-date business knowledge, which is brought into the classroom through business strategy case competitions and workplace-based projects.

International reputation

Our staff have strong consulting and research links to multinational companies, government organisations and universities around the world. Their international network of contacts gives our students an edge in the marketplace.

Supportive learning environment

Waikato Management School provides a wide range of student learning and support services to make your experience at university more enjoyable and successful. We offer modern computing facilities, a dedicated Management Student Centre, and a team of language and learning development teachers.

Leadership in sustainable business

Long-term business success depends not just on profit, but on protecting the natural environment and the socio-cultural values of the communities where we live and work. We are strongly committed to teaching students about best practice in sustainable business.

Why choose Waikato

Management School?

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You’re in touch with an academic community whose networks in the private and public sectors reach the highest levels of management in New Zealand and around the world. Our students come from diverse backgrounds. • School leavers and gap-year students • Students transferring from other

universities

• Graduate students continuing their studies • International students from Australasia,

Europe, North and South America, Asia and Africa

• Mid-career and senior managers seeking further education • Entrepreneurs seeking business

management skills

• Mature students looking to change career or return to the workforce Your study options include certificates, diplomas, bachelors degrees, graduate certificates, graduate diplomas, honours degrees, postgraduate certificates, postgraduate diplomas, masters degrees and a doctoral degree.

See the full list of qualifications we offer at www.management.ac.nz

Bachelors degrees

Each of our bachelors degrees has a different focus, so you can select an exciting programme of undergraduate papers to suit your own interests and professional ambitions.

There are lots of choices to help prepare you for future careers – your job is to find the perfect fit. Each degree includes some compulsory papers, particularly in your first year, to provide a solid foundation for learning.

Masters degrees

A master’s degree can be taken straight after you finish your bachelor’s degree, and will clearly differentiate you from other candidates in the job market – it may also provide a pathway to doctoral study. We offer various programmes to suit different aspirations.

Doctoral degree

A doctoral degree (Doctor of Philosophy, or PhD) gives students extensive knowledge in their chosen field and trains them to do original and meaningful research – preparing them to work at a university, polytechnic or research institute.

Subjects and specialisations

Waikato Management School offers many different subjects, also known as ‘majors’. See our full list at www.management.ac.nz/subjects If you take a bachelor’s degree, you must choose a ‘first major’, and can choose to take a ‘second major’ from almost any undergraduate subject offered by the University of Waikato. In addition, you might decide to take a ‘specialisation’ – a group of papers like a ‘mini major’ – to further shape your qualification to your professional interests.

A specialisation is normally taken instead of a ‘second major’ subject. It can be used to broaden your knowledge in a particular area or provide some cohesion to your elective papers.

Papers

Papers are the building blocks for your subjects and your qualification’s programme of study. A paper is similar to a class at school and is delivered through lectures, tutorials or online. To complete a bachelor’s degree, for example, you must pass a certain number of papers at 100 (first-year), 200 (second-year) and 300 or 400 (third or fourth-year) level. Some papers may be compulsory for your programme of study, while others will be optional.

See Waikato Management School’s full list of papers at www.management.ac.nz/ handbook/paperdetails

The academic year

The University of Waikato divides the academic year into two main semesters, called A Semester (March to June) and B Semester (July to November). You can be a full-time student using just these two semesters.

A normal full-time workload for A Semester and B Semester is 60 points each semester, which is equivalent to four first-year papers (worth 15 points each), or three second- or third-year papers (worth 20 points each). We also offer two short Summer School semesters, called S Semester (January to February) and T Semester (November to December). You can use these to fast-track your programme, catch up on a paper missed earlier, or complete a paper not offered at other times. The maximum workload in Summer School is 40 points each semester. Note: If you are a first-year domestic student and want to be considered a full-time student by StudyLink, you must include at least seven 100-level papers in your programme.

www.studylink.govt.nz

Study with us

In choosing to study at Waikato Management School,

you’re in good company.

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Waikato Management School provides a number of support services

especially for management students, to help ensure your time at uni

is enjoyable and hassle-free.

Student support services

Contact the Management

Student Centre:

Location: MS1, Hillcrest Road, University of Waikato

Phone: +64 7 838 4303

Email: msc@waikato.ac.nz

Management Student Centre

(MSC)

Our team of friendly advisers in the Management Student Centre are there to support you. They can help you make the best choices for your programme of study. They can answer any questions you may have about changing enrolment, choosing papers, graduating from university, and much more. MSC is open for enquiries from Monday to Friday, 8.45am until 4.45pm.

One of the best times to pop in is during Open Advice Day, held every Wednesday from 10am to 2pm.

MSC advisers can help you navigate your way through all the regulatory requirements, and ensure you have met all the entry criteria. MSC also provides a welcoming place for students to meet, study, and use resources (eg. photocopying).

The Management Student Centre is currently located in MS1 (behind the Station Café on Hillcrest Road), but from mid-2016 it will move into the new Law and Management Building; still under construction at the time of printing.

New Law & Management building

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Support for international

students

Located in the University of Waikato Student Centre, the International Services Office has a dedicated team of staff to assist new international students, from the moment you arrive at the airport.

They can help you with immigration requirements and student visas, health and housing, medical and travel insurance, international government scholarships, study abroad and exchange, academic programme advice, and how to find essential items. They also run an orientation programme for international students before classes start, to help you adjust to life in New Zealand.

For more information visit

www.waikato.ac.nz/international or email info@waikato.ac.nz

Code of Practice for the Pastoral

Care of International Students

The University of Waikato has agreed to be bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students. Copies of the code are available from the New Zealand Ministry of Education at www.minedu.govt.nz

Accident insurance

The Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) provides accident insurance for all New Zealand citizens, residents and temporary visitors to New Zealand, but you may still be liable for all other medical and related costs. For more information see www.acc.co.nz

Eligibility for health services

Most international students are not entitled to publicly-funded health services while in New Zealand. If you receive medical treatment during your visit, you may be liable for the full costs of that treatment. Further details are available from the Ministry of Health at www.moh.govt.nz

Immigration

Full details of visa and permit requirements, advice on rights to employment in New Zealand while studying, and reporting requirements are available from New Zealand Immigration Services at

www.immigration.govt.nz

Medical and travel insurance

International students (including group students) must have appropriate medical and travel insurance while in New Zealand.

Language and Learning

Development Unit (WMS)

Language and learning support is offered to all management students who wish to use this free service. Our team of specialists can provide guidance on writing, reading and oral tasks, and help you develop academic skills such as APA referencing and avoiding plagiarism. Their philosophy is very much one of helping you to help yourself.

Free competency modules

Employers are looking for management graduates who have certain core competencies. We want to help you gain as many valuable, transferable skills as possible before starting your career.

We offer three free competency modules to add value to your learning experience – you may be required to pass these modules before graduating from Waikato Management School. Check to see if your qualification has this requirement.

The modules offered are: • Writing competency module • Computer competency module • Employment skills module

Staff in the Management Student Centre (MSC) can answer any questions you may have about these modules.

What is MyWeb?

MyWeb is a one-stop, personalised website for all students at Waikato Management School. It provides access to all of your WMS papers, including paper outlines, assessment details and grades, messages from teaching staff, the ability to sign up for tutorial groups online and much more.

MyWeb appears on your desktop when you log in with your University of Waikato username and password in the computer labs. The website can also be accessed off campus at www.myweb.ac.nz

Explore the personalised links and make sure you check out the tabs for ‘Learning Resources’ and ‘Admission and Enrolment’ while you’re there.

For any computer enquiries, please contact the Waikato Management School Helpdesk at wms_helpdesk@waikato.ac.nz or phone 0800 454 599.

University support services

The University of Waikato and Waikato Students’ Union both offer a variety of support services for students on campus to help ensure you have a positive experience during your time here.

These include:

• The Student Centre (where the library is located)

• Academic orientation tours and ‘how-to’ workshops for new students (held prior to first week of A and B semesters) • Careers Office to help you develop your

CV, and improve your job hunting and interview skills

• Student Health Service (open Monday to Friday) and a pharmacy on campus • Student Counselling Service • Christian chaplaincy and Muslim

prayer rooms

• Disability Support Services (eg. access to assistive technology) • Childcare facilities (Campus Creche

and Te Kohanga Reo o Nga Kuaka) • Legal and advocacy services (contact

Waikato Students’ Union)

• Accommodation services to help you find a private flat, or seek advice on tenancy issues

• Financial advice (contact Waikato Students’ Union or Accommodation and Conference Services)

• StudyLink liaison officer phone (07) 838 4790 or email n.hayes@waikato.ac.nz

• Support for Ma¯ori students through Te Puna Tautoko – phone (07) 858 5175 or email tepunatautoko@waikato.ac.nz

• Pacific student support coordinator phone (07) 838 4466 ext. 9906 or email teevale@waikato.ac.nz • Support for gay, lesbian, bisexual and

transgender students (contact Waikato Students' Union, wsu.org.nz, or phone (07) 856 9139)

For more information visit

www.management.ac.nz/studentsupport

Waikato Management School

Facebook page

To keep up-to-date with everything happening on campus, such as career fairs, employer visits, networking opportunities and student events, make sure you ‘like’ the Waikato Management School Facebook page.

www.facebook.com/ WaikatoManagementSchool

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For starters, you automatically have free membership to the Waikato Management School Students’ Association (WMSSA).

Waikato Management

School Students’ Association

(WMSSA)

WMSSA aims to support and connect students to the business world by organising networking evenings, professional guest speakers, social mixers, mentoring and other services. WMSSA also runs the annual Waikato Management School Ball (usually held in April-May), when students get to let their hair down for the night. For details visit wmssassoc.weebly.com or www.facebook.com/wmss.assoc

AIESEC

AIESEC provides opportunities for young people aged under 30 to develop the practical skills needed to become globally minded, socially responsible leaders – through international exchanges and links with the local business community. If you’d like to add another dimension to your undergraduate degree and meet new people through AIESEC, visit www.aiesec.org.nz

Beta Alpha Psi – Waikato

chapter

Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) offers professional self-development, community service and friendship for accounting, finance and information systems students and professionals. Previous events hosted by the Waikato chapter of Beta Alpha Psi have included workshops on Xero accounting software; a CV-writing workshop; and a tutoring session to help students prepare for exams. See www.bap.org and www.facebook.com/bapwaikato

Management Communication

Students’ Association (MCSA)

MCSA is a student-run group at Waikato that aims to give students of public relations,

a headstart in their chosen career by linking them up with industry professionals. MCSA is affiliated with PRiNZ, so members can receive a discounted PRiNZ student membership and enjoy a swag of fun events, trips and workshops throughout the year. Find them at www.facebook.com/MCSAWaikato or visit www.mcsawaikato.co.nz

Social Innovation Waikato

Social Innovation Waikato aims to unleash students’ full potential through entrepreneurial social action. Students work with business advisers and people in the community to create projects that contribute towards meeting social, economic, environmental or cultural needs, with a view to making a sustainable difference. Find them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/socialinnovationwaikato

Te Ranga Ngaku (TRN)

Ma¯ori @ Management

Student Network

TRN is open to any Ma¯ori student studying at Waikato Management School. The kaupapa of this ro¯pu is to encourage whakawhanaungatanga of all Ma¯ori students through mana¯kitanga, awhi, and tautoko. The group’s vision is to foster academic achievement and excellence among Ma¯ori management students. If you want to get involved and have a ko¯rero, email terangangaku@gmail.com or catch up on Facebook - www.facebook.com/groups/ terangangaku

Join a student organisation

There are many student clubs you can join to make new friends

and enhance your learning experiences beyond the classroom,

through networking events, business trips and more.

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Most of the scholarships listed below are specifically for Waikato Management School students. However, you may also be eligible for many other University of Waikato scholarships and external funding grants not mentioned here.

For a comprehensive list of scholarships and application forms, visit www.waikato.ac.nz/scholarships

Waikato students can access the Breakout scholarships website – a subscriber-only service – for free from any of our computers on campus. Just log on, click on ‘Start Break Out’ and start answering the questions. Your answers will shorten the list to those awards you might be eligible for.

All university scholarships are administered by the Scholarships Office, which is located on level 1 of the Student Centre (opposite Bennetts bookshop), phone (07) 838 4439 or email scholarships@waikato.ac.nz

To receive regular news updates on scholarships that you can apply for, email ‘Subscribe’ to scholarships@waikato.ac.nz Check out their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ UniversityOfWaikatoScholarships

Bartlett Scholarship

Established in memory of John Bartlett of Hamilton in 2000, this scholarship is open to school leavers enrolled as full-time students in Waikato Management School, who take at least one accounting paper in their first year of study. It has a value of up to $1,500 and is awarded on the basis of academic excellence, but financial need will also be taken into consideration.

Brian Perry Charitable Trust

Business Management

Scholarship

This scholarship recognises well-rounded students with demonstrated academic excellence. It is open to undergraduate students enrolled in their second year of a bachelor’s degree at Waikato Management School. It will be awarded on the basis of academic ability, although leadership potential, team involvement, sporting interests and community involvement will also be considered.

Brian Smith Memorial Entrance

Scholarship

Established in memory of Professor Brian Smith, former director of undergraduate studies at Waikato Management School. This scholarship has a value of $1,800 and is awarded to a first-year undergraduate management student on the basis of academic merit, character, all-round achievements, community involvement and

Buckley Scholarship

Established in 2010 by the late Constance Bartlett (née Buckley) in memory of her husband John Bartlett, this scholarship is open to school leavers enrolled as full-time students in Waikato Management School, who take at least one accounting paper in their first year of study. It has a value of $1,500 and is awarded on the basis of academic excellence, but financial need will also be taken into consideration.

Ernst & Young Scholarship

in Accounting

This $2,000 scholarship aims to encourage the study of accounting by providing financial and professional support to a second-year undergraduate student who is majoring in accounting. Ernst & Young is a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services.

FMG scholarship

This scholarship is open to students entering the first year of their Bachelor of Management Studies degree, majoring in agribusiness, at the University of Waikato. It will provide two promising students with $4,000 a year towards their tuition fees throughout their four-year degree.

Institute for Business Research

(IBR) Scholarships

These doctoral and masters scholarships aim to encourage research investigating the complex needs of New Zealand business and enhance its competitiveness and sustainability. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic merit, and your intended research must align with one of IBR’s major research programmes.

Master’s scholarship: You must be a domestic student enrolled full-time in a master’s degree that includes a 90- or 120-point thesis. It has a value of up to $12,000, which includes a fees component of $3,500.

Doctoral scholarship: Open to domestic and international students intending to enrol full-time in a doctoral degree at the University of

Scholarships you can apply for

Do you have what it takes to win a scholarship?

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You will normally be accepted into the University of Waikato if you have achieved University Entrance or the equivalent, and meet any additional requirements for your chosen qualification and papers.

For more information about the different ways to gain admission, please refer to the University of Waikato Admission Statute. This can be found in the University of Waikato Calendar, or visit http://calendar.waikato. ac.nz/admission/admissionstatute.html

For advice about enrolment and admission, phone 0800 WAIKATO (0800 924 528) or call the Management Student Centre on +64 7 838 4303.

a) University Entrance

A list of approved subjects and details of the literacy, numeracy and other requirements for University Entrance can be found at www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/ awards/university-entrance

University Entrance requirements

from NCEA

Numeracy Level 1 or higher – 10 credits from specified achievement standards available through a range of subjects OR from a package of three numeracy unit standards (26623, 26626, 26627 – all three required)

plus

Literacy Level 2 or higher – 5 reading credits AND 5 writing credits from the specified list. For details see www.waikato.ac.nz/go/ UEliteracy

plus

Level 3 or higher - 14 credits in each of three approved subjects (total of 42 credits)

plus

Achieved NCEA Level 3 Certificate

b) Special Admission

You may be eligible for Special Admission if you are aged 20 or over. Approval is based on your application, proposed programme of study, past academic achievements, and any evidence provided of your preparedness for university study.

c) Credit for previous study

If you have passed papers at the University of Waikato or another university, which have not been counted towards a completed qualification, then it may be possible to apply for credit towards your programme. For details see www.waikato.ac.nz/sasd/ enrolment/credit

d) International students

International students are advised to visit the University of Waikato’s International Services Office website at www.waikato.ac.nz/ international. It provides information about entry requirements, courses, costs, student visas, permits and scholarships.

e) English language

requirements

Applicants whose first language is not English will need to supply satisfactory evidence of meeting the English language requirements for their qualification.

For details see http://calendar.waikato. ac.nz/admission/englishlanguage.html

How to get into Waikato

There are many different ways to gain

admission to university.

Waikato Management School

International Exchange

Scholarships

These scholarships seek to encourage students to participate in the University’s international exchange programme, by covering the costs of travel. The exchange programme allows Waikato students to attend a foreign university for one semester, while gaining credits towards their Waikato degree and only paying regular New Zealand fees.

To be eligible to apply, you must be a full-time student who has completed at least one year of study at Waikato Management School. Up to ten scholarships will be awarded each year, for exchanges in A and B semesters, on the basis of good academic results, personal benefits, and reasons for choosing a particular institution/country.

Scholarships for exchanges to Europe have a value of $2,500; exchanges to the USA, Canada or Mexico have a value of $2,000; and exchanges to Asia have a value of $1,500 for exchange programmes in Asia.

Applications usually close in July for A Semester exchanges and March for B Semester exchanges.

University of Waikato Summer

Research Scholarships

These scholarships aim to give promising undergraduate, honours and first-year masters students an opportunity to experience the challenges and rewards of research work. With a value of $5,000, the 10-week scholarships are available in a wide range of faculties and disciplines during the summer study break (November to February). They will be awarded on the basis of academic merit, expertise in that area, and future intentions to undertake a research qualification at the University of Waikato.

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Undergraduate degrees,

certificates and diplomas

There are no additional admission requirements for any of the following qualifications:

• Bachelor of Management Studies • Bachelor of Business Analysis – Financial • Bachelor of Communication Studies • Bachelor of Electronic Commerce • Bachelor of Entrepreneurship • Bachelor of Tourism – Tourism

and Hospitality Management • Certificate

You are eligible to apply for admission to an undergraduate Diploma if you:

• Have University Entrance and;

• Have a relevant Certificate qualification, or evidence of training, experience and ability that makes you suitable for undergraduate study at the diploma level.

Honours degrees

You can apply for admission to Waikato if you meet the following requirements for your qualification:

Bachelor of Business Analysis

with Honours – Financial

You have:

• Been awarded the BBA(Fin) degree at the University of Waikato, or an equivalent qualification recognised by the University’s Academic Board, and;

• Achieved a B+ grade-point average in the specialist subject area you intend to take at honours level.

Bachelor of Electronic Commerce

with Honours

You have:

• Been awarded the BECom degree at the University of Waikato, or an equivalent qualification recognised by the University’s Academic Board, and;

• Achieved a B+ grade-point average.

Bachelor of Communication Studies

with Honours

You have:

• Been awarded the BCS degree at the University of Waikato, or an equivalent qualification recognised by the University’s

• Achieved a B+ grade-point average in the specialist subject area you intend to take at honours level.

Bachelor of Management Studies

with Honours

You have:

• Gained 360 points towards your BMS at Waikato Management School. • Passed all the compulsory papers

up to and including 300-level. • Achieved a B+ grade-point average

(GPA of 5.5 or more) over at least 220 points in papers above 100-level. • Provisional entrance will be considered

for those who have completed at least 340 points.

Bachelor of Tourism with Honours

You have:

• Been awarded the BTour(THMgt) degree at the University of Waikato, or an equivalent qualification recognised by the University’s Academic Board, and;

• Achieved a B+ grade-point average.

Graduate and postgraduate

certificates and diplomas

You can apply for admission to Waikato if you meet the following requirements:

Graduate Certificate and

Graduate Diploma

• You have a bachelor’s degree or significant relevant work experience (normally three years).

Postgraduate Certificate and

Postgraduate Diploma

• You have a bachelor’s degree and have achieved a B+ grade-point average in the subject you intend to take for the Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma. Admission to any of the programmes listed above does not automatically imply admission to particular papers; in some cases you may need to complete some prerequisite papers. This may mean that you will need to complete more than the minimum points required for any given programme.

Masters degrees

If your qualification is from a tertiary institution outside New Zealand, the University’s Student and Academic Services Division will evaluate your qualification’s standing within New Zealand.

You can apply for admission if you meet the relevant following requirements:

Master of Electronic Commerce

You have:

• Completed a BECom, or equivalent from another university, or;

• Completed graduate study in either an honours degree, or postgraduate diploma in a relevant subject area (at least 120 points), and;

• Satisfied the requirements to study the chosen subject at graduate level; normally a B grade average for the research stream and a B- grade average for the professional stream.

If you wish to enrol, your first step is to consult an adviser in our Management Student Centre (MSC).

Master of Management Studies

You have:

• Completed a BBA(Fin), BBA(MgtSt), BCS, BECom, BMS, BTour(THMgt), or equivalent from another university, or;

• Completed graduate study in either an honours degree, or postgraduate diploma in a relevant subject area (at least 120 points), and;

• Satisfied the requirements to study the chosen subject at graduate level, normally a B grade average.

If you wish to enrol, your first step is to consult an adviser in our Management Student Centre (MSC).

Master of Professional Accounting

You have:

• Completed a bachelor’s degree, and satisfied the requirements to study at graduate level, normally at least a B- grade average in papers for your final year of enrolment. If you wish to enrol, your first step is to consult an adviser in our Management Student Centre (MSC).

Admission requirements for

Waikato Management School

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Master of Professional Management

You have:

• Completed a BBA(Fin), BBA(MgtSt), BCS, BECom, BEntre, BMS, BTour(THMgt), or equivalent commerce, management or business degree in any area from another university, or a bachelor's degree in a relevant specialist area (for example, agribusiness, finance or communication), and;

• Satisfied the requirements to study at graduate level, normally a B- grade average in papers for your final year of enrolment, or;

• Completed graduate study in either an honours degree or postgraduate diploma in a relevant subject area (at least 120 points), and achieved a B- grade average.

Corporate and Executive

Education programmes

You can apply for admission if you meet the relevant following requirements:

Master of Business Administration

For the 120-point programme you have either a:

• BMS(Hons) with at least second class honours (first division), or equivalent

• Postgraduate Diploma in Management Studies with a B+ average, and; • At least three years’ relevant work

experience in a managerial or related role.

For the 240-point programme you have either:

• A University of Waikato bachelor’s degree, or an equivalent tertiary degree or; • Adequate training, experience and ability

to proceed with the MBA, and; • At least three years’ relevant work

experience in a managerial or related role.

Master of Business and Management

You have:

• A University of Waikato bachelor’s degree, or equivalent qualification(s) from a recognised tertiary institution, in any subject area, and;

• Have been accepted by the Dean of Waikato Management School, who will have consulted with the Associate Dean Enterprise.

Your acceptance into the programme might be subject to the completion of any qualifying papers, or additional work as may be required, either prior to your admission or concurrently.

Postgraduate Diploma

in Management Studies

You have either a:

• Bachelor’s degree, or;

• Tertiary or relevant professional qualification, and;

• At least three years’ relevant work experience in a managerial or related role. In some cases the requirements for formal degree qualifications can be waived where relevant practical experience is deemed to offset a lack of prior tertiary study.

Postgraduate Certificate

in Management Studies

Normally you will have:

• Degree level tertiary qualification, and; • Relevant work experience.

Students with extensive relevant experience only will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

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Apply online before

1 December

• Apply online at www.waikato.ac.nz/enrol • You are encouraged to submit your

application before 1 December 2015 – don’t wait for your NCEA results. • You will be sent an email to acknowledge

your application and advise if further information is required.

• If you have difficulty applying online, please call Student Administration on 0800 WAIKATO (0800 924 528) and they can talk you through the process. • Details of all compulsory and elective

papers can be found at http://papers. waikato.ac.nz or through the Waikato Management School website at www.management.ac.nz/papers • For help with selecting your papers,

talk to an adviser in the Management Student Centre.

• It is possible to complete your application to enrol without choosing any of your papers, then go back online to add them in later, and resubmit your application. • Your programme of papers must be

approved by the University of Waikato. • If you are over 20 you can apply for

Special Admission without having achieved University Entrance first.

Supporting documents

• All students are required to supply a birth certificate or passport verified by a Justice of the Peace, solicitor, barrister, court registrar or school principal. These must be provided before the start of the semester. • Other supporting documents may be

required depending on your admission reason and chosen degree. You will be advised of what you need to send in.

Offer of a place at Waikato

Once your application has been assessed, you will be given one of the following responses: a. An offer of a place in your

chosen qualification

b. An offer of a place in your chosen qualification, conditional on your NCEA exam results in January c. A request to attend an interview d. A request to provide more information

Enrolment agreement

Once you have been accepted into your qualification, you will be emailed an enrolment agreement.

Once you have accepted your enrolment agreement and indicated your preferred payment option, you are officially enrolled at the University of Waikato. Congratulations!

How to apply for Waikato

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Choose your subject

Find your calling.

Build a qualification that suits your interests and career plans.

Accounting 15

Agribusiness 17

Economics 18

Electronic Business

20

Electronic Commerce

21

Entrepreneurship 22

Finance 23

Hospitality Management

24

Human Resource Management

25

International Management

26

Leadership Communication

27

Management and Sustainability

29

Management Systems

30

Marketing 31

Public Relations

32

Social Enterprise

33

Strategic Management

34

Supply Chain Management

36

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Choosing your papers

Papers are the building blocks for your subjects and your qualification’s programme of study. You will complete your undergraduate qualification by passing a certain number of papers at 100 (first-year), 200 (second-year) and 300 or 400 (third or fourth-year) level. Each paper is similar to a class at school and is delivered through lectures, tutorials, or online. Some of these will be compulsory papers, so they must be passed to graduate from your chosen qualification or major subject. Others will be optional ‘elective’ papers.

Each paper has a points value (15 points or more). A full-time programme of study would normally be 120 points a year, whereby each point represents 10 expected hours of study and learning at home. However, students may also take up to 40 points in either of the Summer School semesters (T and S). To take higher-level papers at university, you normally have to pass lower-level papers first (100 or 200 level).

• For more detailed information about papers, see www.management.ac.nz/handbook/ paperdetails

• For papers in other subjects offered by the University of Waikato, see http://papers.waikato.ac.nz

Changing papers

Once you are enrolled, you can normally change your elective papers up until the end of the second week of A or B semesters.

Prequisite, corequisite

and restricted papers

Before you can enrol for some papers, check to see whether it has any of the following: • Prerequisites: entry requirements, for

example a specified university paper that must be passed before you can enrol in the paper, or a certain level of study at NCEA. This ensures you have a certain level of understanding to participate.

Corequisites: another specified university paper that you must be enrolled in at the same time.

Restrictions: restricted papers share a significant amount of common content. Students may therefore take and receive credit for only one of the papers listed, not both.

Contact the Management

Student Centre (MSC):

Our friendly team of staff are happy to help you plan your programme of study and choose the most appropriate papers for your interests and future career plans.

MSC is open for enquiries from Monday to Friday, 8.45am until 4.45pm.

Location: MS1, behind the Station Café on Hillcrest Road.

From mid-2016 it will move into the new Law and Management Building, still under construction at the time of printing.

Phone: +64 7 838 4303

Toll Free: 0800 654 303

Email: msc@waikato.ac.nz

Website: www.management.ac.nz/msc

Plan your programme of study

Our flexible degree structure gives you the freedom to study

almost any combination of subjects, take papers from a variety

of management disciplines, and shape your qualification to suit

your personal interests and professional career plans.

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Why choose Accounting?

Accounting is often called a common language of business, because it underpins almost all business and organisational activities. An understanding of the role of accounting in organisations is important for all managers, regardless of their area of specialisation. Financial accountants process and communicate financial information; management accountants prepare data for management decisions; tax accountants provide tax compliance advice; and auditors check the financial reporting of organisations. Commercial law and how it relates to the conduct of business in New Zealand is also relevant to accountants.

Study accounting at Waikato and any of these careers are possible.

Learn from the best at a school where the academic requirements of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ), CPA Australia, or ACCA accountancy professional institutions can be met with an appropriate selection of papers.

Qualifications available

Your subject is a professional area of study that you focus on for your qualification. Accounting can be taken as a first major for the qualifications listed below, or as a second major for most other bachelors degrees.

Choose from:

Bachelor of Business Analysis

– Financial/with Honours p47 Bachelor of Electronic Commerce

(not for CA accreditation) p55 Bachelor of Management Studies

/with Honours p43

Graduate Certificate/Diploma

in Accounting p68

Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma

in Accounting p69

Master of Management Studies p74 Master of Professional Accounting p75

Chartered Accountant (CA)

membership – BMS or BBA(Fin)

If you wish to become a Chartered Accountant and a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ), then you will need to meet certain academic requirements.

If you are taking an undergraduate qualification, please talk to MSC to discuss your choice of papers.

If you are taking a graduate or postgraduate qualification, please talk to the graduate convenor for Accounting to discuss a suitable programme of study.

For more detailed information, see www.management.ac.nz/subjects and www.management.ac.nz/accounting

Accounting

Accountants often hold high-level management positions where

financial control, decision making, legal compliance and leadership

skills are essential.

Career opportunities

Auditor Company accountant Financial accountant Financial controller Management accountant Taxation adviser

Ella Tappin is on track to fulfilling

her ambition of becoming a

Chartered Accountant.

As an auditor at KPMG, her job involves

assisting with the financial statement

audits of clients, usually as part of a team.

“It’s an incredible learning opportunity

working with such a wide range of

organisations. I’m really interested

in business management and have a keen

interest in adding value for my clients,”

says Ella, who went to Matamata College.

She received the NZICA Award in 2014 for

being Waikato Management School’s top

accounting student.

Ella says her BMS degree developed the

‘soft skills’ that are integral to her job,

such as confidence in public speaking,

and networking with other business

professionals.

She also gained a lot of valuable

experience while interning at PwC over

two consecutive summers.

“My advice to other students would be to

make the most of your student experience

and get involved with things.”

ELLA TAPPIN

Bachelor of Management Studies (Hons)

– Accounting, 2012.

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Some of the papers available

If you plan to major in Accounting for a bachelor’s or honours degree, you may need to take ACCT102 Introductory Financial Accounting, unless you already meet the prerequisite for ACCT202 Intermediate Financial Accounting.

Paper offerings can change.

For details see www.management.ac.nz/ handbook/paperdetails

ACCT101 Accounting for

Management

An introduction to accounting examining the role of accounting in organisations and society, and the construction and use of accounting information.

ACCT102 Introductory Financial

Accounting

An introductory computer-based accounting paper emphasising the preparation of accounting records.

Note: If you plan to major in Accounting, this paper is required if you have not achieved 16 credits at Level 3 in NCEA Accounting, or CE Accounting with a minimum C pass at AS or A level.

ACCT202 Intermediate Financial

Accounting

This paper is designed to familiarise students with the practices, principles and regulations of New Zealand accounting.

It includes preparation of general purpose financial reports, an introduction to New Zealand International Reporting Standards, consolidation of company accounts, partnership accounting and analysis and interpretation. This paper is important for those who wish to choose a career in accounting.

ACCT209 Accounting and

Managerial Decision Making

An introduction to financial accounting and management accounting. Designed as a foundation paper for those wishing to start or continue their studies in accounting with a Graduate Diploma.

ACCT224 Legal Issues in Business

and E-Commerce

This paper is intended to provide students with an appreciation of the legal issues arising from business and electronic commerce.

ACCT231 Management Accounting:

Accounting for Organisational

Control

This paper emphasises the skills involved in the everyday practice of management accounting. It develops skills in problem solving, including the use of quantitative analysis, and understanding of basic costing techniques, and using Excel spreadsheets.

It also covers the organisational and behavioural aspects of accounting practices, and considers the ethical environment in which accountants operate.

ACCT341 Auditing

Introduces the theory and practice of external auditing in New Zealand, including professional standards and guidelines; the audit process report; internal controls and systems.

ACCT351 Taxation

Emphasis is on learning how to understand, interpret, apply and critically evaluate tax legislation.

Practical papers

ACCT495 Industry Experience 4 ACCT499 Report of an Investigation

Emma Haddock is thriving in her new

career as a graduate tax consultant at

KPMG in Hamilton.

No day is quite the same, she says,

whether it’s meeting clients

face-to-face, or researching new tax legislation;

there’s always something challenging

and interesting happening.

Emma was able to refine her professional

skills while completing a 596 workplace

internship at KPMG, which formed part

of her BMS(Hons) degree at Waikato.

“Reporting to a real organisation and

applying your knowledge is vital learning

for any person going out into the

business world,” says Emma. “It pushed

me out of my comfort zone and required

excellent time management skills.”

Emma says the technical and soft

skills she acquired from her degree

proved essential as she went out into

the workforce.

“Being exposed to a wide range of

commercially focused papers allowed

me to have a much better appreciation

of how I could serve my clients.”

EMMA HADDOCK

Bachelor of Management Studies (Hons)

– Accounting, 2013

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Why choose Agribusiness?

Agribusiness combines all facets of business operations that make up the agricultural sector, including farming, distribution, processing, international marketing and sales. In a small country like New Zealand, successful agribusiness relies on the ability to understand competitive global markets and the management of complex value chains. In choosing Agribusiness, you will build knowledge and business skills across a wide range of management capabilities relevant to the modern world.

Qualifications available

Your subject is a professional area of study that you focus on for your qualification. Agribusiness can be taken as a first major for the Bachelor of Management Studies/with Honours, or as a second major for most other bachelors degrees.

Choose from:

Bachelor of Management Studies

/with Honours p43

Graduate Diploma in Agribusiness p68 Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma

in Agribusiness p69

Master of Management Studies p74 Master of Professional Management p76 If you are taking a graduate or postgraduate qualification, please talk to Professor Jacqueline Rowarth to discuss a suitable programme of study.

For more detailed information, see www.management.ac.nz/subjects

Some of the papers available

Paper offerings can change. For details see www.management.ac.nz/handbook/ paperdetails

AGRI101 Agribusiness –

Making Dirt Pay (15 points)

Provides a foundation for understanding the role of agriculture and agribusiness in New Zealand and international economies.

AGRI201 New Zealand Agribusiness

Provides a robust understanding of the New Zealand agribusiness sector and the key determinants of agribusiness performance.

AGRI202 Sustainable Agriculture

An exploration of sustainable farming philosophies.

AGRI304/404 Advanced

New Zealand Agribusiness

This paper is concerned with the governance and performance of agribusiness domestically and internationally.

AGRI306/406 Financial Analysis

for Agribusiness

This paper considers financial management, financial markets, risk analysis and business valuation in the agribusiness sector.

Practical papers

AGRI495 Industry Experience 4

THOMAS MACDONALD

Bachelor Business Analysis (Financial)

– Agribusiness and Finance. Master of Management Studies in Agribusiness

Dairy business analyst for Landcorp in Taupo

Agribusiness

Agribusiness is a critical component of New Zealand’s export

economy and makes up a significant part of our domestic economy.

Career opportunities

Agri-consultant

Agri-food business adviser

Agribusiness sector roles in: accounting, manufacturing, marketing and communications

Self-employed entrepreneur in agricultural business

Government policy adviser Rural banking adviser/manager

Having grown up on a dairy farm in

Gordonton, Thomas Macdonald says

there’s a growing need for people with

agribusiness training and experience.

“The agriculture industry in New Zealand

is massive and Waikato is at the heart of

it. Many of the leading agri-businesses

have their headquarters here, so the

opportunities are endless and there

are so many ways to be involved.”

Since completing his BBA(Fin) degree at

Waikato in 2013, Thomas has gone on to

do a Master of Management Studies, and

he reckons that majoring in Finance and

Agribusiness is an ideal combination.

“Eventually I want to be able to give

advice on farm management, so you need

to understand farming but you also need

a solid financial background.”

Last year Thomas was awarded a $17,000

New Zealand National Agricultural

Fieldays Sir Don Llewellyn Scholarship

to assist with his research into the cost

of environmental compliance in the

dairy industry.

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Why choose Economics?

Economics is not just about money, graphs or theories. It’s about the real world we live in, and how people respond to incentives or allocate scarce resources to meet their objectives.

Almost every aspect of daily life can be viewed from an economic perspective – from tax cuts, housing, employment, and car prices to hospital waiting lists, transport and the environment.

If you understand economics, you’ll look at the world in a different light and be able to make business and everyday decisions more clearly.

Qualifications available

Your subject is a professional area of study that you focus on for your qualification.

Economics can be taken as a first major for the qualifications listed below, or as a second major for most other bachelors degrees.

Choose from:

Bachelor of Business Analysis

– Financial/with Honours p47 Bachelor of Management Studies

/with Honours p43

Graduate Certificate/Diploma

in Economics p68

Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma

in Economics p69

Master of Management Studies p74 If you are taking a graduate or postgraduate qualification, please talk to the graduate convenor for Economics to discuss a suitable programme of study.

For more detailed information, see www.management.ac.nz/subjects and www.management.ac.nz/economics

Career opportunities

Business analyst Economics researcher Economics teacher Financial analyst Management consultant Policy analyst and adviser

Economics

Economists are key players in decision-making. Their analytical skills

help people, businesses and governments to make the best choices

with the limited resources available to them.

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Some of the papers available

Paper offerings can change. For details see www.management.ac.nz/handbook/ paperdetails

ECON100 Business Economics

and the New Zealand Economy

An introduction to the analysis of market environments and the New Zealand economy from a business and policy perspective. This paper introduces students to the essential aspects of the micro and macro-economic environment within which individuals and businesses operate.

ECON110 Economics and Society

An introduction to the analysis of social issues from an economics perspective. A range of public policy topics are considered, including intellectual property, information and media, the environment and natural resources, trade and globalisation, education, and health.

ECON200 Macroeconomics

and the Global Economy

An analysis of the overall performance of the national economy, the role of macroeconomic policy, and the interactions with the global economy.

ECON202/302 Microeconomics

and Business Economics

An introduction to the formal analysis of consumption and business decisions using economic models. Both analytical and numerical methods are used to gain an in-depth understanding of important processes.

ECON204 Quantitative Methods

for Economics and Finance

An introduction to standard quantitative techniques widely used in economics and finance.

ECON236/336 Comparative

Economics in Global Perspective

An introduction to essential issues in the global economic environment. This paper takes a broad approach in comparing economic systems and combines economic theory, real life examples and topical case studies to analyse economic policy issues.

ECON301 Monetary

and Macroeconomics

This paper enables students to appreciate the main long and short-run macroeconomic models for both open and closed economies. Topics include economic growth, business cycles, employment, inflation, interest and exchange rates, consumption, investment, money, data, and policy.

ECON307 Experimental

and Behavioural Economics

An introduction to the exciting fields of experimental and behavioural economics, including design of laboratory experiments and analysis of data. Applications include decision making, industrial organisation, environmental and labour economics.

ECON315 Environmental and

Natural Resource Economics

This paper develops the ability of students to use economic theory to analyse issues in the management of natural resources and the environment. It includes an examination of the economics of sustainable development, resource use, pollution control and the conservation of the environment including practical applications.

Practical papers

ECON399 Applied Project in Economics ECON499 Report of an Investigation ECON495 Industry Experience 4

As an analyst at TVNZ, Brodie works with

the sales team to generate information

that will help TVNZ understand what

drives their revenue.

“It’s really satisfying when you can see

some of the theoretical ideas from the

classroom being played out in the real

world,” says Brodie, who grew up in

Rotorua.

“It’s fast-paced out there and change

is the only thing that’s constant.”

He chose to study at Waikato after

noticing that it was the starting point

for many prominent business leaders.

“Nobody will push you to be great;

that has to be something you seek for

yourself. But if you’re prepared to roll up

your sleeves, there is no limit to how far

you can go.”

BRODIE MICKLESON

Bachelor of Management Studies (Hons) –

Economics and Strategic Management, 2013

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Electronic Business

Why choose Electronic

Business?

As practically every aspect of business now involves electronic technology, this subject will give you sought-after business and technological skills to become a crucial part of a company’s management team.

A good electronic business systems manager can help a company to boost its performance by gathering and distributing data more efficiently, and thus influence strategic decision-making.

Qualifications available

Your subject is a professional area of study that you focus on for your qualification. Electronic Business can be taken as a first major for the following qualifications, or as a second major for most other bachelors degrees.

Choose from:

Bachelor of Electronic Commerce p55 Bachelor of Management Studies

/with Honours p43

Graduate Certificate/Diploma in

Electronic Business p68 If you are taking a graduate qualification, please contact the chairperson of the Department of Management Systems to discuss a suitable programme of study.

For more detailed information, see www.management.ac.nz/subjects and www.management.ac.nz/systems

Some of the papers available

Paper offerings can change. For details see www.management.ac.nz/handbook/ paperdetails

MSYS111 Integrated Thinking:

E-Business and Supply Chain

Management

Considers the increasing influence of e-business and supply chains on management theory and exposes students to practice through real-life case studies.

MSYS121 The World of Electronic

Commerce

Provides an introduction to electronic commerce from both management and technical perspectives, with a particular emphasis on web 2.0 technologies.

MSYS212 The Techno-Savvy Manager

Exposes students to a range of e-business technologies from a practical perspective.

MYS221 Entrepreneurial Electronic

Commerce: (See page 21)

MYS351/451 E-Business:

IT Strategy in Action: (See page 21)

MSYS353/453 Smart Technologies

and Social Media: (See page 21)

MSYS358/458 E-Business

Implementation: (See page 21)

MSYS365/465 Business Analysis

and Consultancy: (See page 21)

Practical papers

MSYS219/319 Industry Experience 1 and 2 MSYS495 Industry Experience 4

MSYS499 Report of an Investigation

The growth of electronic commerce and the knowledge economy

means that most organisations now have electronic business systems

at the heart of their operations.

Career opportunities

Business analyst

Electronic business consultant Electronic business manager Project manager

Systems developer

Web systems project manager

TIMOTI DAYMOND

Bachelor of Management Studies – Electronic Business and Strategic Management, 2014

Co-founder and managing director of Tian & Davies Ltd, Hamilton

Few students would dare to start their own

business before they’ve even graduated.

But that’s exactly what Timoti Daymond

did in the third year of his BMS degree at

Waikato, by teaming up with his friend

Geoff Davies to create the consulting

company Tian & Davies Ltd.

“In time we hope to expand into Australia

and South America

it’s good to dream

big,” he says.

Their services include strategic planning,

3D augmented reality factory layout

planning, human resources, IT solutions,

supply chain management and logistics.

Timoti (above left) met Geoff while the

pair were both interning for six months

at Huntly Joinery Manufacturing Group

through Waikato Management School’s

496/596 internship programme.

“Without that experience, I doubt that

Tian & Davies would exist today.”

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Electronic Commerce

Why choose Electronic

Commerce?

Electronic Commerce is about using the internet to handle business – the interaction between a business, its customers and suppliers. Just think of TradeMe and how that has revolutionised the private sale of goods. Businesses large and small are using e-commerce business processes.

Qualifications available

Your subject is a professional area of study that you focus on for your qualification. Electronic Commerce is not available as a major for a bachelor’s degree. However, it is available for the following graduate and postgraduate qualifications:

Choose from: Graduate Diploma in Electronic Commerce p68 Postgraduate Certificate in Electronic Commerce p69 Postgraduate Diploma in Electronic Commerce p69 Master of Electronic Commerce p73 Please contact the chairperson of the Department of Management Systems to discuss a suitable programme of study.

For more detailed information, see www.management.ac.nz/subjects and www.management.ac.nz/systems

Some of the papers available

Paper offerings can change. For details see www.management.ac.nz/handbook/ paperdetails

MYS221 Entrepreneurial Electronic

Commerce

This paper introduces the key concepts associated with the ever-evolving field of electronic commerce. Lab-based practicals provide exposure to a number of e-commerce development approaches.

MYS351/451 E-Business:

IT Strategy in Action

This paper focuses on the management issues surrounding the acquisition, governance and use of contemporary information systems by organisations.

MSYS353/453 Smart Technologies

and Social Media

This paper uses lectures, lab-based activities, and investigations of real organisations to examine how to get social media working on behalf of a business. The role of social media in public relations is emphasised.

MYS358/458 E-Business

Implementation

This paper introduces the tools and techniques needed to manage the implementation of packaged ERP solutions. Hands-on experience with SAP is provided through practicals.

MYS365/465 Business Analysis

and Consultancy

This paper provides exposure and skill building opportunities to the many facets and issues of business analysis and consultancy. It will be of value to those with a specific interest in developing a career in management consulting.

MYS366 Managing Projects

This paper introduces project management through a practical orientation. Topics covered include the selection, management, organisation, planning, budgeting, scheduling, monitoring, control, auditing and termination of projects. It is student learning-based.

Career opportunities

E-commerce entrepreneur E-commerce marketing manager E-commerce consultant Implementation consultant Web systems programmer Website developer

Welcome to your business future. In a wireless, always

connected world, the cutting edge of business is online.

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