EIT’s Schools of Business & Computing are starting the new academic year with the introduction of a suite of new programmes focusing on digital business. The Master of Digital Business, the Postgraduate Diploma in Digital Business as well as the Postgraduate Certificate in Digital Business recently received NZQA approval.
The digital business suite of postgraduate programmes focuses on providing a management perspective on contemporary and emerging technologies. Graduates will be able to harness digital technologies that will enable them to manage technology for businesses and improve digital transformation for organisations.
Courses may include data analytics, e-commerce and e-business, digital marketing, digital entrepreneurship and innovation and management of emerging technologies.
The programmes are delivered at both the Hawke’s Bay and the Auckland campus and have been developed responding to the increased demand from industry for tech-savvy managers.
Head of School, Sabine Hoffmann is excited to offer a broad array of cutting-edge programmes. “The employability of graduates is our number one focus. With their advanced digital skills, graduates will meet the growing demand for digital know-how and will be highly sought-after on the job-market.”
The schools’ portfolios continues to grow as the following programmes have also just received formal NZQA approval: the Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, the Postgraduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management and the Postgraduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
All these new programmes share some courses to enable students to move across disciplines in business and computing and craft a study plan to suit their professional pathway.