Qualification Table of Courses
Bachelor of Arts
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Level 5
Code Description Points
ENGL503 A Pacific Reader 15.00
COMM570 Academic Communication: Conventions and Expectations 15.00
ENMS501 Alternate Realities: Games, Play, and Culture 15.00
NZSL502 An Introduction to the Deaf World 15.00
STAT500 Applied Statistics 15.00
SOSC585 Climate Action 15.00
ENGL500 Contemporary Language Studies 15.00
EDUC516 Creative Learning Inquiries 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
EDUC506 Education, Careers and Employability 15.00
BUSS507 Financial Decision Making and Information Systems 15.00
FOOD501 Food and the Senses 15.00
CULN517 Food Science: Food for Thought 15.00
CULN513 Fundamentals of Pâtisserie 30.00
HIST504 Gender and Development in Asia and the Pacific since WWII 15.00
TOUR511 Global Issues and Tourism 15.00
HOSP509 Hospitable Social Enterprise 15.00
CLSY502 Intercultural Competence 15.00
CONF500 Introduction to Conflict Resolution 15.00
HIST500 Introduction to New Zealand History 15.00
PHIL500 Introduction to Philosophy 15.00
PSYC501 Introduction to Psychology A 15.00
PSYC580 Introduction to Psychology A 15.00
PSYC502 Introduction to Psychology B 15.00
SOSC584 Introduction to Social Data Analytics 15.00
EDUC511 Introduction to Social Education Practice 15.00
TOUR501 Introduction to Tourism 15.00
TRIN502 Introduction to Translation 15.00
HIST503 Ka Whawhai Tonu Mātou: Struggle and Resistance in Aotearoa and South Africa 15.00
CWRT560 Kaupapa Māori Storytelling 15.00
CLSY504 Knowledge and Inquiry 15.00
KORE500 Korean Language and Culture 1 15.00
KORE501 Korean Language and Culture 2 15.00
COMM590 Learning in a Digital World 15.00
HEAL504 Lifespan Development and Communication 15.00
CLSY506 Lift Every Voice and Sing: Performing Social Justice 15.00
DIGM550 Making Digital Media I 15.00
MAOR510 Māori in Popular Culture 15.00
TVSP591 Media Production: A te ao Māori perspective 15.00
NZSL510 New Zealand Sign Language I 15.00
NZSL520 New Zealand Sign Language II 15.00
TIKA501 Noho Marae Wānanga Māori Learning Experience A 7.50
TIKA502 Noho Marae Wānanga Māori Learning Experience B 7.50
HOSP503 Organisation and Human Behaviour Perspectives 15.00
EDUC554 Past and Present Perspectives of Aotearoa 15.00
EDUC504 Places and Learning 15.00
ECON521 Principles of Macroeconomics 15.00
ECON520 Principles of Microeconomics 15.00
CULN510 Professional Culinary Arts 30.00
ENGL502 Reading New Zealand 15.00
EDUC512 Social Education: An Inquiry Approach 15.00
SOSC583 Social Institutions 15.00
SOSC582 Social Thinking 15.00
SPAN501 Spanish 1A 15.00
SPAN502 Spanish 1B 15.00
JAPA511 Speak Japanese I 15.00
MAOR506 Te Ekenga Waka Beginners Māori Language 2 15.00
MAOR505 Te Mānūtanga Beginners Māori Language 1 15.00
MAOR507 Te Matariki 15.00
EDUC517 The Child in Aotearoa New Zealand 15.00
HIST501 The Holocaust: Its Causes, Character, and Legacy 15.00
TOUR512 Tourism and Sustainability 15.00
MAOR504 Treaty of Waitangi: Resistance and Repair 15.00
CRIM581 Understanding Crime 15.00
JAPA512 Write Japanese I 15.00
Level 6
Code Description Points
PSYC601 Abnormal Psychology 15.00
EVNT602 An Event Perspective 15.00
SOSC686 Analysing Social Data 15.00
CULN611 Anatomy of a Dish 30.00
POLS683 Aotearoa New Zealand Politics and Policy Making 15.00
HIST694 Auckland in the Twentieth Century 15.00
NZSL602 Being in the Deaf World 15.00
SOSC681 Borders and Boundaries 15.00
PSYC605 Brain and Behaviour 15.00
PSYC681 Cognitive Psychology 15.00
COMM607 Communication for Social Change 15.00
CONF681 Conflict Resolution and Human Rights 30.00
CONF682 Conflict Resolution: An Introduction 15.00
CWRT603 Creative Writing: Storylines 15.00
CWRT602 Creative Writing: Voices 15.00
CRIM682 Crime and Deviance 15.00
CLSY604 Cult Film Genres: Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Horror 15.00
SOSC685 Data Visualisation 15.00
HOSP608 Eating History: Exploring Food and Hospitality in Aotearoa New Zealand 15.00
EDUC607 Education, Resistance and Social Justice 15.00
PHIL680 Ethics and Society 15.00
TOUR610 Ethics for Global Tourism 15.00
EVNT601 Event Planning 15.00
EDUC616 Exploring Global Citizenship 15.00
PSYC683 Foundations in Psychological Inquiry 15.00
GAST601 Gastronomy 15.00
EDUC608 Gender, Sexualities and Education 15.00
COMM608 Global Crises and Communication 15.00
CONF683 Human Rights and Human Wrongs 15.00
PACS601 Indigenous Media Approaches 15.00
PSYC680 Individuals and Identities 15.00
JAPA613 Integrated Japanese 30.00
CLSY601 Intercultural Competence in a Global World 15.00
CLSY610 International Exchange 6/120 120.00
CLSY616 International Exchange 6/15 15.00
CLSY615 International Exchange 6/30 I 30.00
CLSY617 International Exchange 6/30/II 30.00
CLSY614 International Exchange 6/45 45.00
CLSY612 International Exchange 6/60/I 60.00
CLSY613 International Exchange 6/60/II 60.00
TRIN603 Interpreter Role, Ethics and Practice 15.00
ECON622 Introduction to Econometrics 15.00
JAPA610 Japanese Language in Practice I 15.00
TVSP690 Kaupapa Māori Content Creating 15.00
MAOR601 Ki te Hoe Intermediate Māori Language 1 15.00
ENGL601 Language and Communication 15.00
ENGL603 Language in Society 15.00
EDUC606 Learning and Social Media 15.00
EDUC605 Learning, Diversity and Culture 15.00
ENGL600 Literature/Desire 15.00
ECON621 Macroeconomics: Models, Data and Policy 15.00
DIGM650 Making Digital Media II 15.00
EDCR625 Mana Reo | Communication 15.00
COMM606 Media Impacts and Effects 15.00
SOSC682 Methods of Social Research 15.00
ECON620 Microeconomics: Choice and Welfare 15.00
NZSL600 New Zealand Sign Language Discourse 15.00
NZSL610 New Zealand Sign Language III 15.00
NZSL603 New Zealand Sign Language III 15.00
NZSL620 New Zealand Sign Language IV 15.00
JOUR602 News Production 15.00
CULN603 Nutrition and Wellbeing 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
CLSY603 Popular Comics: Blood, Memory, and Beauty 15.00
ENGL602 Popular Genres 15.00
PSYC603 Psychological Assessment 15.00
SOSC684 Social Change 15.00
EDUC615 Social Education for Inclusion 15.00
COMM600 Social Media: Voices for Change 15.00
PSYC602 Social Psychology 15.00
TRIN604 Societal Contexts for Interpreters and Translators 15.00
NZSL604 Societal Contexts for NZSL Interpreters 15.00
DIGM660 Sound Production and Sonic Cultures 15.00
SPAN601 Spanish 2A 15.00
SPAN602 Spanish 2B 15.00
SPAN610 Spanish Language in Practice I 15.00
EDUC630 Student Teaching Practicum Study Abroad 15.00
HIST691 Tā Moko: Marks of History and Identity 15.00
HIST693 Tāmaki Makaurau from 1100 to 1900 15.00
HRMG650 Te Ara Pou Leadership 15.00
HIST690 Te Tiriti O Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi 15.00
EVNT603 The Event Design Experience 15.00
ENGL604 The Novel: Jane Austen Mania 15.00
PACS602 The Pacific in Popular Culture 15.00
CLSY602 The Popular Imagination 15.00
TOUR612 The Responsible Tourist 15.00
MAOR602 Tōkihi hī Intermediate Māori Language 2 15.00
TOUR601 Tourism and Cultures of the World 15.00
TOUR611 Tourism and Natural Areas 15.00
TOUR613 Tourism Destination Field Study 15.00
EDUC611 Understanding Diversity through Children’s Literature 15.00
DIGM603 Visual Communication 15.00
EDUC620 Weaving Solutions for Social Justice 15.00
Level 7
Code Description Points
CULN795 Advanced Culinary Showcase 30.00
TRIN705 Advanced Health Interpreting 15.00
TRIN708 Advanced Legal Interpreting 15.00
PSYC783 Advanced Psychological Inquiry 15.00
HEAL709 Advanced Research Methods in Psychology 15.00
EDUC712 Alternatives in Education 15.00
SOSC788 Applied Data Project 15.00
ECON722 Applied Econometrics: Causal Inference for Social Impact 15.00
PSYC781 Applied Issues in Cultural and Social Psychology 15.00
ECON721 Applied Macroeconometrics 15.00
PSYC707 Approaches to Psychological Intervention 15.00
HIST708 Auckland in the Twentieth Century 15.00
CLSY702 BA Special Topic Level 7 15.00
PSYC704 Biopsychology 15.00
PSYC785 Capstone Psychology Research Project 30.00
EDUC717 Childhood and Youth Voice: Participation and Agency 15.00
EDUC715 Children’s Ways of Thinking 15.00
EDUC719 Community Leadership for Social Change  15.00
NZSL703 Comparative Analysis of English and NZSL 15.00
CULN703 Contemporary Cuisine Aotearoa 30.00
EVNT702 Contemporary Issues in Event Management 15.00
CWRT700 Creative Writing Project 30.00
CRIM785 Crime Narratives in the Media and Beyond 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
PSYC784 Developmental Psychology 15.00
SOSC787 Diversity, Power and Discrimination 15.00
EDUC711 Education, Globalisation, and International Development 15.00
PSYC780 Emotions and Human Nature 15.00
EDUC716 Empowering Learning for Sustainability and Global Citizenship 15.00
EVNT701 Event Production 15.00
PSYC701 Experimental and Applied Behaviour Analysis 15.00
PSYC703 Experimental and Applied Behaviour Analysis II 15.00
CULN702 Food Ethics and Sustainability 15.00
CLSY719 Foundations in Research 30.00
HIST705 From Savages to Hip-Hop Crews: Māori in New Zealand Fiction Feature Film History 15.00
EDUC710 Futures Thinking in Education 15.00
HIST709 Gender and Culture 15.00
ENGL700 Global Englishes 15.00
TOUR713 Global Issues, Tourism Futures 15.00
SOSC782 Globalisation, Innovation and Change 15.00
HIST706 Gods, Heroes and the Rest of Us in Theatre and Performance 15.00
HIST707 He Wānanga mō te Reo Māori: History of the Māori Language 15.00
PSYC706 Health Psychology 15.00
TRIN704 Health Studies for Interpreters 15.00
PACS701 Indigenous Peoples and Popular Culture 15.00
TOUR711 Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Tourism, Hospitality and Events 15.00
CLSY713 International Exchange 7/120 120.00
CLSY718 International Exchange 7/15 15.00
CLSY717 International Exchange 7/30 30.00
CLSY716 International Exchange 7/45 45.00
CLSY714 International Exchange 7/60/I 60.00
CLSY715 International Exchange 7/60/II 60.00
POLS781 International Relations 15.00
CLSY706 International Studies in the 21st Century 15.00
JAPA710 Japanese Language in Practice II 15.00
JAPA712 Japanese Oral Interaction 15.00
JAPA711 Japanese Written Interaction 15.00
TVSP791 Kaupapa Māori Film Project 15.00
EDCR714 Language and Culture 15.00
MGMT721 Leadership Principles, Perspectives and Practice 15.00
TRIN702 Legal Studies for Interpreters 15.00
DIGM751 Making Digital Media III 15.00
ECON720 Microeconomics: Competition, Risk and Strategy 15.00
ENGL702 Modern Rhetoric 15.00
SOSC780 Multicultural Communities 15.00
ENGL701 New Literatures 15.00
NZSL710 New Zealand Sign Language V 15.00
HIST701 Nostalgia and Utopianism in New Zealand History 15.00
NZSL701 NZSL IV 15.00
EDUC722 Pacific Talanoa: People, Places & Education 15.00
PACS700 Performing Pacific Media 15.00
HIST770 Popular Monsters 15.00
PSYC705 Positive Psychology 15.00
COMM713 Power, Communication and Networks 15.00
TRIN701 Principles and Practice of Translation and Interpreting 15.00
CRIM781 Prisons and Punishment 15.00
PSYC782 Research Project 15.00
SOSC701 Sociology of Food 15.00
SPAN700 Spanish Overseas Experience 30.00
NZSL700 Special Topic (Deaf Studies) 15.00
CULN701 Special Topic in Culinary Arts 15.00
HIST710 Special Topic in History 15.00
HOSP704 Strategic Perspectives for Hospitality and Tourism Organisations 15.00
MAOR708 Te Ao Hurihuri: Contemporary Māori Issues 15.00
MAOR705 Te Ara Poutama Preparation for Work Integrated Learning 15.00
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
CLSY705 The Body in Popular Culture and Performance 15.00
CRIM780 The Police and Crime Prevention 15.00
HIST771 The World of Luxury Goods, Popular Trends, and Social Identities 15.00
CRIM782 Understanding Restorative Justice 15.00
TOUR709 Wellness Tourism 15.00
CLSY703 Work Integrated Learning 30.00
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