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POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES. 1 1 Status of the Programmes 2 2 Programme Structure 3 3 Core Courses 4 4 Elective Courses 5 5 A Recommended Progression Pathway.

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1 POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

2 1 1 Status of the Programmes 2 2 Programme Structure 3 3 Core Courses 4 4 Elective Courses 5 5 A Recommended Progression Pathway 6 6 Student Support CONTENTS ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

3 7 7 Tutor Marked Assignments (TMAs) 8 8 Final Examination 9 9 Project Course 10 Residential School cum Project Workshop CONTENTS ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

4 oCommonwealth Executive Master of Business Administration (CeMBA) oCommonwealth Executive Master of Public Administration (CeMPA) oMaster of Business Administration in Construction Management (MBACM) oMaster of Business Administration in Manufacturing & Production Management (MBAMPM) oMaster of Education ( M.Ed) oMaster of Philosophy ( MPhil) oDoctor of Philosophy (PhD) oPost-Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (PGDBA) oPost-Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) 1 1 Status of the Programmes ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

5 o The above programmes (CeMBA,CeMPA, MBACM, MBAMPM & PGDE) are MOHE & MQA approved programmes. Meanwhile, the CeMBA & CeMPA are fully accredited programmes by MQA. o Whereas MEd, MPhil, PhD, PGDBA & PGDE are provisionally accredited by MQA. 1 1 Status of the Programmes ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

6 2 2 Programme Structure ProgrammeCourseworkProjectTotal CeMBA42 Credits6 Credits48 Credits CeMPA42 Credits6 Credits48 Credits MBACM41 Credits6 Credits47 Credits MBAPM41Credits6 Credits47 Credits M.Ed40 Credits5 Credits45 Credits MPhilBy Research PhDBy Research PGDBA30 CreditsNil30 Credits PGDE33 CreditsNil33 Credits ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

7 Minimum duration – 3 (for PGDE & PGDBA) and 5 (for Masters) semesters (with students taking a maximum of three courses per semester). Meanwhile, 4 semesters for MEd.Minimum duration – 3 (for PGDE & PGDBA) and 5 (for Masters) semesters (with students taking a maximum of three courses per semester). Meanwhile, 4 semesters for MEd. The duration for MPhil & PhD are as follows:The duration for MPhil & PhD are as follows: Minimum CGPA 2.0 (for PGDE) and 3.0 (for Masters & PGDBA) to satisfy requirements for graduation.Minimum CGPA 2.0 (for PGDE) and 3.0 (for Masters & PGDBA) to satisfy requirements for graduation. Time for completion is flexible depending on the learners’ time and pace.Time for completion is flexible depending on the learners’ time and pace. 2 2 Programme Structure CourseFull-timePart-time MPhil1 year2 years PhD2 Years4 Years ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

8 Commonwealth Executive Master of Business Administration (CeMBA) Commonwealth Executive Master of Public Administration (CeMPA) Managing Information Systems Management in Organisations Quantitative Techniques Managing Human Resources Economic Environment of Business Research Methods Accounting and FinancePublic Systems Management Operations ManagementPublic Policy Strategic ManagementPolicy Analysis and Implementation Quality ManagementDevelopment Planning and Administration Marketing ManagementContemporary Administrative Systems Common Core Courses 3 3 Core Courses ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

9 MBA in Construction Management (MBACM) MBA in Manufacturing and Production Management (MBAMPM) 7 Core Courses Managing Human Resources Accounting & Finance Quality Management Strategic Management Corporate Governance & Ethics Research Methods Risk and Crisis Management 4 Construction Specialist Courses 4 Manufacturing Specialist Courses Procurement Management Supply Chain Management Advanced Construction Management Advanced Manufacturing Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Total Quality Techniques Sustainability, Health, Safety and Environmental Issues 3 3 Core Courses ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

10 Master of Education Degree (MEd) Research in Education ICT in Education Curriculum Development Professional Development in Education Ethics in Education 3 3 Core Courses ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

11 Post-Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (PGDBA) Managing Human Resources Economic Environment of Business Accounting and Finance Management in Organisations Managing Information Systems Quantitative Techniques Marketing Management Operations Management Strategic Management Quality Management 3 3 Core Courses ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

12 Post-Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) Medium level course Foundations in Education (1) Foundations in Education (2) Co-Curriculum In Educational Institutions Introduction to Pedagogy Management and Leadership in Education Teacher for E-Learning High level course Teaching Practicum 3 3 Core Courses ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

13 For CeMBA & CeMPA you are required to choose 3 out of 6 elective courses. Whereas MBACM & MBAMPM you are required to choose 2 out of 4 elective courses. 4 4 Elective Courses CeMBACeMPAMBACMMBAMPM Electronic Commerce Business Law Disaster Management Economic Environment of Business Project Management Operation Research Operations Management International MarketingAccounting and Finance Strategic Information System for Construction Enterprise Resource Planning Business Law Marketing Management Corporate Governance and Ethics ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

14 4 4 Elective Specialization Courses Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Assessment in Instruction Teaching English in ESL Context Literacy and Language Education Pedagogy Assessment in Instruction Theories of Learning Innovations in Instruction E-Learning Developing E-Learning Instruction Integrating Media in E-Learning Environments Teachers as E-Learning Specialists Education Management Educational Administration: Theory and Practice Educational Leadership Educational Policy and Planning For MEd you are required to choose 3 out of 12 Elective Specialization courses. ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

15 5 5 A Recommended Progression Pathway Core or elective courses CeMBA & CeMPA MBACM & MBAMPM MEdPGDBAPGDE Yr 1 Sem Sem 23 or 4 *3233 Yr 2 Sem 33 or 4 * Internship Sem 43 or 4 *2 + projectProject Yr 3Sem 51 + project 2 + project (continued) * required to take 4 courses in only ONE of the semesters. ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

16 Self-learning course materials F2F tutorials (5 x 2 hours / semester) Telephone tutoring On-line tutoring ( through WawasanLearn, your Learning Management System) Video-conferencing Digital Library Regional Offices (library and Internet access) 6 6 Student Support ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

17 Access to ‘Turnitin’ software to check your own written work for possible indications of plagiarism and for self correction to improve these assignments and project reports. Access to statistical analysis using the SPSS software. Regional Offices (library and Internet access) 6 6 Student Support ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

18 TMAs may comprise: Case Study analysis Application exercises (for PGDE programme) Scenario analysis Organisational diagnosis Field work, data collection and analysis 7 7 Tutor Marked Assignments (TMAs) ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

19 Three hour, proctored, close book examination Covers all the units of the course Would have a minimum of 2 sections –Comprises case study, application problems or situation analysis –Questions are essay type, testing you on the concepts learnt and their applications to the world of business and management (Please refer to individual course study guide) 8 8 Final Examination Continued… CeMBA, CeMPA, MBACM, MBAMPM & PGDBA ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

20 Three hour, proctored, close book examination Covers all the units of the course Will have 3 sections Section A with a weightage of 30% is compulsory: short answer application problems Section B with a weightage of 30%, will comprise up to 3 structured answer questions. Section C with a weightage of 40% answering 2 out of three essay type questions testing on the concepts learnt and their applications to the real world. (Please refer to individual course study guide 8 8 Final Examination Post-Graduate Diploma in Education ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

21 Objective of the Project Course The main objective of the Project Course is to help you to a.develop and demonstrate your ability to apply multidisciplinary or inter-disciplinary concepts, tools and techniques which you have acquired through all the courses you have taken (including your own work experiences) to solve or resolve an interesting or significant organisational and managerial problem or issue. b.enhance your ‘soft’ skills such as analytical, logical and communication skills and creativity 9 9 Project Course Continued… ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

22 The Project Course is a capstone course of the CEMBA / CEMPA / MBACM & MBAMPM programmes. It is essentially an independent study to be undertaken by you on an organisational or management issue. As the Project Course carries 6 credits, a workload of 240 hours is expected to be undertaken by you for this course. Once you have registered for the Project Course, you are required to send a Project Proposal and you can only begin work on the project when approval of the proposal is received from the University. 9 9 Project Course Continued… ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

23 To ensure that you receive adequate training to handle the preparation of the Project Proposal, conduct the study and write the Project Report successfully, the University has allocated considerable time in the Residential School cum Project Workshop (RSPW) for this project course activity. All students taking the Project Course are strongly encouraged to attend the RSPW, prior to enrolling for the Project Course. Once you have been enrolled in the Project Course, you will be assigned a suitable Project Supervisor to supervise your chosen topic of research and you are expected to work closely with your Project Supervisor during the period in your preparation of the Project Report. 9 9 Project Course ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

24 Those of you who wish to take up the Project Course are strongly advised to attend the RSPW prior to taking up the Project Course. The RSPW is planned to be held once during each semester. Detailed sessions on the preparation of the Project Proposal, on practical issues of conducting research relevant to the Project Course, and on the preparation of the Project Report will be conducted during the event. 10 Residential School cum Project Workshop (RSPW) Residential School cum Project Workshop (RSPW) Continued… ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

25 Apply the concepts learnt in the programme in the context of your own organization,to enable you to question, analyze and compare business and public sector practices. Share your own experiences with your peers and tutors and contribute to the discussions at the tutorials. Participate in all learner support activities as best as possible. You Are Expected To … Continued… ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

26 Have access to an Internet connection, preferably Broadband. Keep abreast of the business and public systems scenario in the country and abroad by regularly accessing print and electronic media. Be an active participant on WawasanLearn, your Learning Management System. Pace your studies by setting aside time per week as per your convenience. You Are Expected To … ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

27 For more information: Student Handbook Please refer to your Student Handbook or Visit our website at ORIENTATION—JULY 2012—PG,IP,KL,JB,KC

28 THANK YOU!


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