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Postgraduate Certificate in Executive Management (PGCertEM)*

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* Formerly Graduate Certificate in Business Administration (GCertBusA)

Overview

The Postgraduate Certificate in Executive Management (PGCertEM) is suited to business owners, and middle and senior managers who have developed functional and industry-specific knowledge, but would like to focus on broader management areas. The addition of these skills opens up possibilities for the directorship of a department, business unit or company.

The PGCertEM is structured to enable managers to complete the programme flexibly over time. Courses are taught throughout the year, so no large amount of time is required away from work. To complete the PGCertEM, participants are required to complete four five-day short course modules. It is recommended that participants complete at least one five-day course per year.

For further information, visit the Executive Education website.

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Contact Details

http://www.execedotago.co.nz/

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Programme Requirements

Postgraduate Certificate in Executive Management (PGCertEM)

Papers

Four 15-point papers from the PGDipEM Schedule:

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Regulations for the Postgraduate Certificate in Executive Management (PGCertEM)

  1. Admission to the Programme

    1. Admission to the programme shall be subject to the approval of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Commerce).
    2. Every applicant must
      1. be a graduate, or
      2. hold an acceptable professional qualification, or
      3. have experience acceptable to the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Commerce).

  2. Structure of the Programme

  3. The programme of study shall consist of four 15-point papers from the Postgraduate Diploma in Executive Management (PGDipEM)Schedule.

  4. Duration of the Programme

  5. A candidate shall satisfy the requirements for the postgraduate certificate within four years of admission.

  6. Variations

    The Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Commerce) may in exceptional circumstances approve a course of study which does not comply with these regulations.