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Admission to the Graduate Diploma in Business Studies requires that a candidate will:
Some courses have specified courses as prerequisites which must be met before enrolling in a course. Meeting prerequisite regulations may require a student to study courses in addition to those specified for the Graduate Diploma.
The Progression requirement states students may not normally enrol for any 200-level course unless they have passed at least 45 credits at 100-level, nor enrol for any 300-level course unless they have passed at least 45 credits at 200-level
Candidates are deemed to have met the general University progression requirement for 200-level courses if they have been awarded any Degree, Diploma or Certificate at NZQA level 5 or above.
Please note: No 100-level credits can be included in the Graduate Diploma.
Waivers from prerequisites may be granted on the basis of university passes gained before enrolment in the Graduate Diploma.
You can apply for a waiver of a prerequisite simply by adding the course you want to study as a Special Request.
For general entry requirements see Massey University entry requirements.
Massey University offers a comprehensive teaching programme in HRM. There are courses in managing human resources, employment relations, employment law, equal employment opportunity, management development, contemporary issues and organisational behaviour.
Students will acquire a solid understanding of the employment relationship and how to manage disputes, grievances, discipline and dismissals. We also offer a theoretical content, which provides a framework into which these ideas and techniques fit. This combination of theory and practice enables you to evaluate the ideas and relate them to your experience and to the activities of organisations. The Department’s teaching philosophy encourages links with business. Students will study contemporary cases.
To complete the Graduate Diploma in Business Studies endorsed Human Resource Management, a student must complete 120 credits (eight courses) with:
114.240, 114.241, 114.330, 114.331, 114.332, 114.396 and 15 credits from 114.254, or 114.271 and 15 credits from 155.301, 152.3xx or 114.3xx
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