Qualification Table of Courses
Bachelor of Māori Development
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Level 5
Code Description Points
MAOR501 Beginners Māori Language I 15.00
MAOR502 Beginners Māori Language II 15.00
CLSY500 Culture and Society 15.00
ECON581 Economic Framework 15.00
MAOR500 Introduction to Conversational Māori 15.00
HIST500 Introduction to New Zealand History 15.00
TVSP590 Kaupapa Maori for Screens 15.00
COMM590 Learning in a Digital World 15.00
DIGM550 Making Digital Media I 15.00
MGMT550 Management Processes 15.00
TIKA501 Noho Marae Wānanga Māori Learning Experience A 7.50
TIKA502 Noho Marae Wānanga Māori Learning Experience B 7.50
HIST501 The Holocaust: Its Causes, Character, and Legacy 15.00
Level 6
Code Description Points
TVSP601 Creative Documentary Production 15.00
CWRT601 Creative Writing: Nga Tuhituhi Maori 15.00
PACS601 Indigenous Media Approaches 15.00
COMM690 Kaupapa Māori Film Project 15.00
MAOR601 Ki te Hoe Intermediate Māori Language 1 15.00
DIGM650 Making Digital Media II 15.00
DIGM601 Moving Image Communication 15.00
DIGM602 Online and Interactive Communication 15.00
HIST692 Our People, Our Stories: Contemporary New Zealand Oral Histories 15.00
TVSP602 Studio Production 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
PACS602 The Pacific in Popular Culture 15.00
MAOR602 Tōkihi hī Intermediate Māori Language 2 15.00
DIGM603 Visual Communication 15.00
Level 7
Code Description Points
HIST703 Agitation and Indignation - The People's Voice in Democratic Societies 15.00
DIGM750 Applied Media III 30.00
DIGM711 Digital Communication Project 15.00
HIST705 From Savages to Hip-Hop Crews: Māori in New Zealand Fiction Feature Film History 15.00
HIST706 Gods, Heroes and the Rest of Us in Theatre and Performance 15.00
PACS701 Indigenous Peoples and Popular Culture 15.00
TVSP790 Māori Media Production 15.00
DIGM709 Motion Media 15.00
HIST701 Nostalgia and Utopianism in New Zealand History 15.00
PACS700 Performing Pacific Media 15.00
MAOR706 Research Paper Literature Review 30.00
HIST704 Ta Moko: Marked Histories and Identities 15.00
MAOR708 Te Ao Hurihuri: Contemporary Māori Issues 15.00
MAOR707 Te Ara Poutama Work Integrated Learning 30.00
MAOR701 Tere ki Tai Advanced Māori Language 1 15.00
MAOR702 Tere ki Uta Advanced Māori Language 2 15.00
DIGM701 Virtual Cinematics 15.00
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