Postgraduate Study

EIT’s commitment to education doesn’t end at graduation; the institution has postgraduate options in Computing, Nursing, and Health Sciences.

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Master of Applied Management, Postgraduate Certificate and Diploma in Applied Management

Graduates of the Master of Applied Management, Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Management and Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Management will gain advanced knowledge and mastery of sophisticated theoretical subject matter in the areas of professional competence; and develop leadership skills in a business context. The programme aims to develop independent professionals who can think critically and competently lead or influence organisations toward a future of commercial, community, and environmental sustainability.

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Kelly Burn, Master of Nursing Graduate

I would definitely recommend EIT's Master of Nursing programme.  The papers are very practically based and totally relevant to everyday nursing practice.  The tutors give fantastic support, especially when I completed my Masters Thesis.  The online aspect of the courses means that you can study with EIT easily from throughout NZ.   The knowledge from the qualification has helped my nursing practice immensely, meaning my patients have received top rate nursing care.

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Clare Harvey

Associate Professor Dr Clare Harvey

I have worked in Zimbabwe, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia, in clinical, management and education roles that have gone across settings from primary health and remote area nursing to intensive care.

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Study at your pace, in your place 

Over the last 30 years EIT has provided a quality educational experience to students in Hawkes Bay and now with the use of blended learning technologies it can deliver postgraduate education to students from Auckland to Invercargill.

Postgraduate courses at EIT can be found in:

Computing to provide students with sound knowledge of the information technology environment and its effective management.

Health Sciences in which students will be able to develop innovative, effective, efficient and high quality approaches to health care delivery within their defined scope of practice.

Nursing whereby students will develop advanced knowledge and skills in nursing related to students individual speciality area of practice, (eg child and family health, critical care nursing, disease management, elder health), through intensive academic study, independent work, practice, and research.

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