Qualification Details
Bachelor of Arts
Programme Code AK3704
Method Both Full & Parttime
Further Details
Table of Courses
BA graduates will have a body of knowledge in the discipline area of their major(s), combined with the capability to apply this knowledge in a range of settings. Graduates will also be prepared for postgraduate study in their chosen field.
Chinese, conflict resolution, creative writing, criminology and criminal justice, culinary arts, Deaf studies, economics, education, English and new media studies, event management, history, international studies, interpreting, Japanese, Maori development, Maori media, psychology, social sciences.
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Qualification Structure
Bachelor of Arts   (BA) 360.00 
  • Asian Studies
  • Children and Learning
  • Chinese Studies
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Creative Writing
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • Culinary Arts
  • Deaf Studies
  • Digital Cultures
  • Economics
  • Education
  • English and New Media Studies
  • Event Management
  • Global Tourism
  • History
  • International Studies
  • Interpreting
  • Japanese Studies
  • Language Teaching
  • Māori Development
  • Māori Media
  • New Zealand Sign Language
  • NZSL and Deaf Studies
  • Popular Culture and Performance
  • Psychology
  • Social Data Analytics
  • Social Education
  • Social Sciences
  • Spanish
  • Te Reo Māori
  • Translation
  • Which incorporates the following supplementary qualifications:
    Diploma in Arts   (DipArts) 120.00 
  • English and New Media Studies
  • Social Sciences
  • Certificate in Arts   (CertArts) 60.00 
    Application Details
  • 21 July 2025 City Intake.
  • Applications close 25 July 2025. Apply Online
  • 3 March 2025 City Intake.
  • Applications close 7 March 2025. Apply Online
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