Diploma in General Management
This programme prepares candidates for positions as Office Managers, Administrators and Small Business Owners.
The Diploma in General Management prepares managers and supervisors to become effective decision makers and leaders. Participants will explore essential components of managing workplace conflict, the application of sound human behavioural approaches, strategic decision making, organizational change, project management, strategic management, financial analysis and core theoretical frameworks to conceptualize the managerial function.
This one (1) year programme of study allows graduates to carry forward nine (9) academic credits toward the UWI-ROYTEC Associate of Science Degree in Management (ADM), leading to the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) from the University of New Brunswick, Canada.
- Fundamentals of Management (Term 1)
- Understanding Human Communication (Term 1)
- Introduction to Project Management (Term 2)
- Finance and Accounting for Non-Accounting Managers (Term 2)
- Negotiation & Conflict Management (Term 3)
- Strategic Planning (Term 3)
- Practicum (Term 3)
All courses are compulsory. There are no elective courses.
A minimum of five (5) CXC passes (General Proficiency) Grades I and II (Grade III accepted from June 1998 onwards) or five (5) GCE O'Level passes, Grades A, B and C (or equivalent) including English Language and Mathematics.
Applicants may also be considered on the basis of their work experience, relevant training and educational background as deemed relevant by UWI-ROYTEC's Admissions Committee to be the equivalent of the above for the purpose of study. Applicants may be subject to an interview.
This Programme of Study is Recognised by the Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago.