Why study Management?

Study the importance of human and labour factors in organisations including the structure, design and culture of organisations; management theory; policies and practices; and employment relations issues in New Zealand and internationally.

Complementary majors


A double major combines two specialist fields of study. It enhances your career prospects.

Management complements:

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What are the career paths?


The ability to manage people and processes is relevant for most careers. Specific roles include recruitment consultant, human resource, manager, employment relations manager, public policy analyst, employment analyst or business consultant.

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Programmes available


Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
The BCom offers Management as a single major or as a double major alongside one of the other majors offered within the BCom. It is recommended that Management is studied as part of a double major combination. You can also study the Bachelor of Commerce in Management as part of a conjoint degree programme where you study for two degrees at once.

Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)
The BCom (Hons) in Management is one fulltime year of postgraduate study following the Bachelor of Commerce degree. Entry is based on superior grades in the subject area in the relevant undergraduate courses.

Postgraduate Diploma in Commerce
The postgraduate diploma consists of one fulltime year of postgraduate coursework following the bachelors degree.

Master of Commerce (MCom)
The MCom degree is a two-year postgraduate programme. The first year is coursework, which may be taken as bachelor honours or a postgraduate diploma, while the second year comprises a research thesis.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
As a general rule you need to have successfully completed either a bachelor honours degree or masters degree with superior grades to be eligible to study for a PhD in Management.

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