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Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management

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  • Semester 1 starts 9 February 2017
  • Semester 2 starts 13 July 2017
  • Summer School starts 5 December 2016
  • Fee Guideline: $6,200 (per semester) (International students: Please click here​​ for fees)
  • One year full time or part time equivalent
  • Hamilton City Campus

If you want a graduate qualification that will give you practical application in the business world, the fast-track Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management is it! Designed for those who already have a degree in another subject area, the Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management will progress your career into management in just one year.

​You’ll gain the essential skills you need to get the most from employees. You’ll learn about staff management, recruitment, employee performance, up-skilling and development, and resolving conflict in the workplace. Most businesses need expert advice on industrial relations and employment law as well, so you’ll be in demand. 

Programme Content

All modules in the Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management are compulsory. You will study eight modules in total – five focus on human resource subjects such as organisational behaviour, industrial relations and strategic HR, and one focuses on business in the New Zealand context. Your final module – BIBM788 Professional Project – includes a work placement and research project, bringing together all you have learnt in the classroom.​ 

​VIEW THE MODULES OF STUDY​ HERE​

Schedule of Modules

Module CodeModule TitleLevelCreditsPre-RequisitesCo-Requisites
BIBM682​Industrial Relations615
BIBM681​​Human Resources615
BIBM674​Organisational Behaviour615
BIBM781​Advanced Human Resource Management715
BIBM782​​Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management715
BIBM787​Professional Practice715
BIBM788​Professional Project730BIBM787​ and any two of the Level 6 modules listed above

Transfer of Credit

To ensure you have the knowledge and skills to prepare you for BIBM788 Professional Project, a transfer of credit (TOC) will not normally be considered for this programme. In exceptional circumstances any TOC’s will be at the discretion of the CBITE Programme Committee and will not exceed 25% of the programme. Any such consideration for TOC’s should be made no later than two weeks before the start of this programme to allow for your individual programme of study to take any TOC’s granted into account.

More information on transfer of credit​

Professional (Co-op Education) Project

A major feature of the Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management is the Professional Project – a 30 credit module that is your last piece of academic work. The purpose of this module is to provide you with the opportunity to understand the complexities of a working environment and to put the theory you have learnt in the classroom into practice. The Professional Project comprises two parts – a work placement and a research project. The work placement is unpaid and can be in any area of business. We encourage you to find your own placement and will consider your paid employment as part of your placement. The research project will focus on real industry research.

​Due to the limited number of industry partners, only students who achieve a B+ average will have the opportunity to work onsite in a workplace to complete their research. 

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Click here for more information on the Co-operative Education Project.

Entry Criteria

  • A degree conferred by a New Zealand tertiary education institution
  • A New Zealand Qualification Authority recognised degree from an overseas tertiary institution
  • Demonstration of equivalent practical, professional or educational experiences which may include other qualifications at Level 6 and Level 7 on the National Qualifications Framework.

Candidates who have English as a second language are required to have an International English Language Test System (IELTS) score of 6.0, with no individual band score lower than 5.5; or equivalent.

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Entry Criteria

Enquiries

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  • Phone: 0800 294 6832
  • Email: info@wintec.ac.nz or
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