Qualification Table of Courses
Bachelor of Arts
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Level 5
Code Description Points
ENGL503 A Pacific Reader 15.00
NZSL502 An Introduction to the Deaf World 15.00
CLSY503 Asian Popular Culture 15.00
MAOR501 Beginners Māori Language I 15.00
MAOR502 Beginners Māori Language II 15.00
ENGL500 Contemporary Language Studies 15.00
CWRT501 Creative Writing 15.00
CRIM580 Criminology and Criminal Justice 15.00
ENGL501 Critical Media Studies 15.00
EDUC503 Critical Questions in Education 15.00
CLSY500 Culture and Society 15.00
ECON581 Economic Framework 15.00
FINA502 Finance for Hospitality, Tourism and Events – A Practical Approach 15.00
CLSY502 Intercultural Competence 15.00
TIKA500 International Noho Marae: Indigenous Encounters of a Maori Kind 15.00
MAOR500 Introduction to Conversational Māori 15.00
HIST500 Introduction to New Zealand History 15.00
PSYC580 Introduction to Psychology A 15.00
PSYC502 Introduction to Psychology B 15.00
TRIN502 Introduction to Translation 15.00
TVSP590 Kaupapa Maori for Screens 15.00
CWRT560 Kaupapa Māori Storytelling 15.00
CWRT701 Korero Paki: Creative Writing 15.00
COMM590 Learning in a Digital World 15.00
HEAL504 Lifespan Development and Communication 15.00
DIGM550 Making Digital Media I 15.00
MGMT550 Management Processes 15.00
MAOR510 Māori in Popular Culture 15.00
MUSC501 Maori Performing Arts 15.00
TIKA501 Noho Marae Wānanga Māori Learning Experience A 7.50
TIKA502 Noho Marae Wānanga Māori Learning Experience B 7.50
NZSL501 NZSL I 30.00
TRIN501 Oral Discourse for Interpreting 15.00
EDUC504 Places and Learning 15.00
ENGL502 Reading New Zealand 15.00
SOSC583 Social Institutions 15.00
SOSC582 Social Thinking 15.00
MUSC500 Technology and Composition 15.00
HIST501 The Holocaust: Its Causes, Character, and Legacy 15.00
MAOR503 Wananga Reo Maori Language Forum 1 15.00
Level 6
Code Description Points
PSYC601 Abnormal Psychology 15.00
EVNT602 An Event Perspective 15.00
POLS683 Aotearoa New Zealand Politics and Policy Making 15.00
PACS600 Aotearoa Pacific 15.00
CLSY600 BA Special Topic Level 6 15.00
NZSL602 Being in the Deaf World 15.00
SOSC681 Borders and Boundaries 15.00
PSYC605 Brain and Behaviour 15.00
LNGT602 Classroom Practice 15.00
PSYC681 Cognitive Psychology 15.00
CONF681 Conflict Resolution and Human Rights 30.00
CWRT601 Creative Writing: Nga Tuhituhi Maori 15.00
CWRT603 Creative Writing: Storylines 15.00
CWRT602 Creative Writing: Voices 15.00
EDUC607 Education, Resistance and Social Justice 15.00
PHIL680 Ethics and Society 15.00
EVNT601 Event Planning 15.00
PSYC683 Foundations in Psychological Inquiry 15.00
EDUC608 Gender, Sexualities and Education 15.00
PACS601 Indigenous Media Approaches 15.00
PSYC680 Individuals and Identities 15.00
CLSY601 Intercultural Competence in a Global World 15.00
TRIN603 Interpreter Role, Ethics and Practice 15.00
COMM690 Kaupapa Māori Film Project 15.00
MAOR601 Ki te Hoe Intermediate Māori Language 1 15.00
ENGL601 Language and Communication 15.00
EDUC605 Learning, Diversity and Culture 15.00
ENGL600 Literature/Desire 15.00
DIGM650 Making Digital Media II 15.00
LNGT601 Methodology of Language Teaching 30.00
SOSC682 Methods of Social Research 15.00
ECON680 New Zealand Economy: Issues and Policies 15.00
NZSL603 New Zealand Sign Language III 15.00
NZSL601 NZSL II 30.00
HIST692 Our People, Our Stories: Contemporary New Zealand Oral Histories 15.00
PSYC604 Personality 15.00
CRIM680 Policing and Society 15.00
ENGL602 Popular Genres 15.00
PSYC603 Psychological Assessment 15.00
POLS682 Public Policy 15.00
PSYC602 Social Psychology 15.00
TRIN604 Societal Contexts for Interpreters and Translators 15.00
MAOR606 Ta Te Ao Maori 15.00
HRMG650 Te Ara Pou Leadership 15.00
MAOR603 Te Rangahau: Research Methods 15.00
HIST690 Te Tiriti O Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi 15.00
MUSC601 Te Tito Waiata - Performing Arts Composition 15.00
MUSC600 Technology and Creative Expression 15.00
EVNT603 The Event Design Experience 15.00
PACS602 The Pacific in Popular Culture 15.00
MAOR602 Tōkihi hī Intermediate Māori Language 2 15.00
TRIN601 Translation Skills: Analysis, Appropriateness and Accuracy 15.00
CRIM681 Understanding Crime 15.00
MAOR604 Wananga Reo Maori Language Forum 2 15.00
POLS681 War and Peace 30.00
COMM651 WeSpeak: Pronunciation, Phonology and Effective Communication 15.00
Level 7
Code Description Points
TRIN705 Advanced Health Interpreting 15.00
TRIN706 Advanced Health Translation 15.00
TRIN708 Advanced Legal Interpreting 15.00
TRIN703 Advanced Legal Translation 15.00
PSYC783 Advanced Psychological Inquiry 15.00
HIST703 Agitation and Indignation - The People's Voice in Democratic Societies 15.00
EDUC712 Alternatives in Education 15.00
PSYC781 Applied Issues in Cultural and Social Psychology 15.00
PSYC707 Approaches to Psychological Intervention 15.00
CLSY702 BA Special Topic Level 7 15.00
PSYC704 Biopsychology 15.00
NZSL703 Comparative Analysis of English and NZSL 15.00
EVNT702 Contemporary Issues in Event Management 15.00
CWRT700 Creative Writing Project 30.00
CRIM784 Crime and Deviance 15.00
PSYC702 Critical Evaluation in Psychology 15.00
CRIM783 Current Issues in Criminology 15.00
NZSL702 Current Issues in the Deaf World 15.00
POLS782 Democratic Participation and Social Action 15.00
CLSY701 East Asian Values and Beliefs 15.00
EDUC711 Education, Globalisation, and International Development 15.00
PSYC780 Emotions and Human Nature 15.00
EVNT701 Event Production 15.00
PSYC701 Experimental and Applied Behaviour Analysis 15.00
PSYC703 Experimental and Applied Behaviour Analysis II 15.00
HIST705 From Savages to Hip-Hop Crews: Māori in New Zealand Fiction Feature Film History 15.00
EDUC710 Futures Thinking in Education 15.00
ENGL700 Global Englishes 15.00
SOSC782 Globalisation, Innovation and Change 15.00
HIST706 Gods, Heroes and the Rest of Us in Theatre and Performance 15.00
HIST702 He Mana To Te Reo: History and Politics of Te Reo 15.00
PSYC706 Health Psychology 15.00
TRIN704 Health Studies for Interpreters 15.00
PACS701 Indigenous Peoples and Popular Culture 15.00
POLS781 International Relations 15.00
MGMT721 Leadership Principles, Perspectives and Practice 15.00
TRIN702 Legal Studies for Interpreters 15.00
ENGL702 Modern Rhetoric 15.00
SOSC780 Multicultural Communities 15.00
CONF780 Negotiation and Mediation 15.00
ENGL701 New Literatures 15.00
HIST701 Nostalgia and Utopianism in New Zealand History 15.00
NZSL701 NZSL IV 15.00
PACS700 Performing Pacific Media 15.00
PSYC705 Positive Psychology 15.00
TRIN701 Principles and Practice of Translation and Interpreting 15.00
CRIM781 Prisons and Punishment 15.00
HEAL708 Professional Practice and Ethics 15.00
MAOR706 Research Paper Literature Review 30.00
PSYC782 Research Project 15.00
NZSL700 Special Topic (Deaf Studies) 15.00
HIST704 Ta Moko: Marked Histories and Identities 15.00
MAOR708 Te Ao Hurihuri: Contemporary Māori Issues 15.00
MAOR705 Te Ara Poutama Preparation for Work Integrated Learning 15.00
MAOR707 Te Ara Poutama Work Integrated Learning 30.00
TRIN707 Telephone Interpreting and Video Conferencing 15.00
MAOR701 Tere ki Tai Advanced Māori Language 1 15.00
MAOR702 Tere ki Uta Advanced Māori Language 2 15.00
CRIM780 The Police and Crime Prevention 15.00
CRIM782 Understanding Restorative Justice 15.00
MAOR703 Wananga Reo Maori Language Forum 3 15.00
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