Program code : Diploma in Management (DipMgt)
The Diploma in Management (DipM) program is a 2-year program of study at National Qualification Framework (NQF) level 5 (as per the PNGNQF). The Diploma in Management program offers units relevant in developing creative and analytical skills to manage their own roles and the ever changing work environment. The units in the program place the learner on par with global contexts through knowledge acquisition and understanding with practical and creative applications.
The Diploma in Management program aims to prepare managers and leaders of different organizations with theoretical and practical management skills that are applicable to manage people and organizational resources. The program is aligned well with strategic plans of the University, PNG’s National Qualification Framework and in response to PNG Vision 2050. The program is necessary for public and private sector organisations, church organisations, private-run businesses and non-government organisations (NGOs) and other institutions, and can fit well into their staff development program.
- Must be currently employed at time of study.
- Grade 12 graduates with relevant post-secondary certificates.
- Matriculated to grade 12 or equivalent.
- At least 3 years of work experience or self-employment.
- Currently or aspiring to be in supervisory role.
- Must be computer / internet literate.
The programs are offered at various times throughout the year.
Refer any queries to the Assistant-to-the-Registrar.
K100 non-refundable Application Fee.
Compulsory K2,880.00 tuition per semester.
Account details for fee payments:
Bank: BSP Commercial Centre
Branch No: 951
Account No: 1001129000
Account name: Divine Word University – Capacity Building Training Centre
For Application Forms and further information contact:
Capacity Building Training Centre
Divine Word University – Port Moresby Campus
P.O. Box 582.
National Capital District
Papua New Guinea
Ph: (675) 325-5668/ 709 15741
Fax (675) 325-5266
Check our Website www.dwu.ac.pg
This unit will provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the Christian ethical issues, dilemmas and challenges faced by managers and employees in the contemporary workplace. We will turn our attention to the nature of unethical behavior, including a discussion of different forms and definitions in the academic literature. We will consider how individuals respond when they come across unethical behavior in organizations. Students will study the importance of ethics and analyze ethical issues in the context of leadership and management of organizations. They will also explore principles of Christian Ethics, compare, and contrast it to the Melanesian ethical principles, with some insight into the Big Man style of leadership in Papua New Guinea
In this unit, students develop competencies in word processing and power point presentations. Word processing and power point presentation are essential skills for report writing and academic presentations or presentations at workplace settings. A comprehensive introduction to word-processing and power-point presentation software is provided where students will engage in hands-on practical exercises to learn and gain competitive skills in word processing and power-point presentations.