Management and Sustainability
The Management and Sustainability programme provides understanding necessary for management at the interface between organisations, the environment and society. It focuses on issues of environmental management, corporate social responsibility, and the activities of firms, government organisations and NGOs. The programme provides a sound basis for a career as an analyst or manager committed to a sustainable world.
A Graduate Diploma in Management and Sustainability is available. The requirements are prescribed in the Waikato Management School Student Handbook and some papers listed maybe for specific qualifications only.
Note: Candidates must gain at least 60 points at 100 level in any subject(s) before enrolling in Management and Sustainability papers at 200 level, and at least 180 points, including 60 points at 200 level, in any subject(s) before enrolling in Management and Sustainability papers at 300 level.
Note on Assessment: To be eligible to pass these papers, students should normally achieve a minimum grade of D in the internal assessment and the final examination, and an overall grade of C.
| 300 level | 400 level | Prescriptions for the PGCert(MgtStn), PGDip(MgtStn) and MMS |
|ECON316 - Dimensions of Sustainability|
|ECON339 - Urban and Regional Economics|
|STMG325 - 14A (HAM) - Self Actualising Leadership|
|STMG344 - 14B (HAM) - Current Issues for Business|
|ACCT407 - 14B (HAM) - Accounting for Sustainability|
|ECON415 - 14B (HAM) - Environmental and Natural Resource Economics|
|ECON416 - Dimensions of Sustainability|
|ECON439 - Urban and Regional Economics|
|STMG425 - 14A (HAM) - Self-Actualising Leadership|
Prescriptions for the PGCert(MgtStn), PGDip(MgtStn) and MMS
Management and Sustainability may be taken as a subject for the MMS. A Postgraduate Certificate and a Postgraduate Diploma in Management and Sustainability are also available. The requirements for the subject, Postgraduate Certificate and Postgraduate Diploma are prescribed in the Waikato Management School Student Handbook.
|ACCT507 - 14A (HAM) - Accounting, Sustainability and a Changing Environment|
|ACCT541 - 14B (HAM) - Forensic Accounting|
|DEVS502 - 14A (NET) - Sustainable Resource Issues|
|ECON539 - 14A (HAM) - Environmental and Resource Economics|
|ECON589 - 14A (HAM), 14B (HAM), 14C (HAM) & 14S (HAM) - Directed Study|
|MCOM509 - 14M (HAM) - Future Savvy|
|MCOM578 - 14L (HAM) - Global Futures|
|MCOM584 - Global Sustainability Issues for Public Relations|
|MNGT501 - 14A (HAM), 14B (NET), 14B (HAM) & 14T (HAM) - Research Methods in Management Studies|
|MSUS591 - 14C (HAM) - Management and Sustainability Dissertation|
|MSUS592 - 14C (HAM) - Management and Sustainability Dissertation|
|MSUS593 - 14C (HAM) - Management and Sustainability Thesis|
|MSUS594 - 14C (HAM) - Management and Sustainability Thesis|
|POLS537 - 14A (HAM) - Environmental Politics and Public Policy|
|STMG580 - 14B (HAM) - Strategies for Sustainability|
|TOMG502 - 14A (NET), 14A (HAM) & 14B (NET) - Tourism Development and the Environment|
Current information as of 22 November 2013 1:11pm