Bachelor of Arts - Award Regulations - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

Schedule B to the Regulations for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts

The following regulations apply to students commencing study within the 2017 academic year. For previously published regulations, refer to the Calendar archive (Academic Services website).

Antarctic Studies

Course Code

Course Title

ANTA 101 Antarctica
ANTA 102 Antarctica: The Cold Continent
ANTA 103 Antarctica: Life in the Cold

Anthropology

Course Code

Course Title

ANTH 102 Cultural Diversity and The Making of The Modern World
ANTH 103 Identity, Ritual and Power: An Introduction To Anthropology
ANTH 104 Indigenous peoples, development and anthropology
ANTH 105 Human Evolution
ANTH 202 Politics, Power and Capitalism
ANTH 203 The Performance of Ritual and the Potency of Symbols
ANTH 205 The Politics of Cultural Performance
ANTH 206 Religion and Modernity
ANTH 207 Visual Anthropology
ANTH 208 Food and Eating
ANTH 212 Kinship and Family in Comparative Perspective
ANTH 213 Environment, Development and Disaster
ANTH 223 Ethnicity and History
ANTH 238 Exploring the Past
ANTH 241 Special Topic: Strange Magic: Cultures, Knowledge and Belief
ANTH 250 Travel, Tourism and Pilgrimage
ANTH 301 Doing Ethnography: Concepts and Practices
ANTH 302 Politics, Power and Capitalism
ANTH 303 The Performance of Ritual and the Potency of Symbols
ANTH 305 The Politics of Cultural Performance
ANTH 306 Religion and Modernity
ANTH 307 Visual Anthropology
ANTH 308 Food and Eating
ANTH 312 Kinship and Family in Comparative Perspective
ANTH 313 Environment, Development and Disaster
ANTH 350 Travel, Tourism and Pilgrimage
ANTH 388 Contested Heritage
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Art History and Theory

Course Code

Course Title

ARTH 103 'Picasso who?' Introducing Modern Art
ARTH 104 Maori Art: Taonga Tuku Iho
ARTH 108 Mahi-a-Ringa: Introducing Customary Material Culture
ARTH 111 Contextualising Art: An Introduction to Art Theory
ARTH 112 Art and Things: introduction to Art History and Material Culture
ARTH 202 Art and Revolution
ARTH 204 Toi Maori -- Maori art
ARTH 210 Japanese Art
ARTH 211 Theory of Criticism
ARTH 215 International Contemporary Art
ARTH 216 Greek Art
ARTH 217 Kiwi Icons: Introduction to Art in Aotearoa New Zealand
ARTH 304 He Korero Toi Whiriwhiria: Indigenous Art
ARTH 325 Aesthetic Theory
ARTH 328 Art of the Floating World
ARTH 329 In search of Nowhere: the international Arts and Crafts Movement
ARTH 330 Medium and Materiality in Contemporary Art
ARTH 331 Revival to Rebuild: the History of Architecture in Christchurch
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Astronomy

Course Code

Course Title

ASTR 109 The Cosmos: Birth and Evolution

Biological Sciences

Course Code

Course Title

BIOL 116 Human Biology
BIOL 273 New Zealand Biodiversity and Biosecurity

Biosecurity

Course Code

Course Title

BIOS 201 Issues in New Zealand Biosecurity

Chinese

Course Code

Course Title

CHIN 115 Introduction to Business Chinese
CHIN 151 Chinese Language 1-A
CHIN 152 Chinese Language 1-B
CHIN 155 Understanding China
CHIN 201 Chinese Language 2
CHIN 206 Chinese Cinema and Contemporary Chinese Culture
CHIN 211 Study Chinese in China Summer Programme 1
CHIN 212 Study Chinese in China Mid-year Programme
CHIN 301 Chinese Language 3
CHIN 306 Chinese Cinema: History and Recent Development
CHIN 311 Study Chinese in China Summer Programme 2
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Cinema Studies

Course Code

Course Title

CINE 101 Film Analysis In Focus
CINE 102 The Backpacker's Guide to World Cinema
CINE 104 The Oscar for Best Picture: The Envelope Please!
CINE 201 Hollywood and Genre
CINE 202 Film and Theory
CINE 203 Coming of Age in Global Cinema
CINE 204 Film on the Faultline
CINE 210 Creative Writing for Screen
CINE 213 Kiriata: Maori and Indigenous Film
CINE 214 European Novels and Film Adaptations
CINE 215 Chinese Cinema and Contemporary Chinese Culture
CINE 222 Special Topic
CINE 223 Cinematic Sin and Sensuality
CINE 301 Film History: The Sixties and the New Wave
CINE 302 Documentary: From the Margins to the Mainstream
CINE 303 Coming of Age in Global Cinema
CINE 304 Film on the Faultline
CINE 321 Special Topic
CINE 323 Independent Course of Study: Science Fiction Film
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Classics

Course Code

Course Title

CLAS 104 Greek Mythologies
CLAS 105 Roman Mythologies
CLAS 106 Ancient Egyptian Art
CLAS 111 Greek History
CLAS 112 Roman History
CLAS 201 Theatre and Performance in the Ancient World
CLAS 206 Greek Art
CLAS 207 Roman Art and Architecture
CLAS 213 Alexander the Great
CLAS 214 Imperial Rome
CLAS 219 Sport and Leisure in the Ancient World
CLAS 220 Troy and Ancient Epic
CLAS 223 Sex, Love and Gender in the Ancient World
CLAS 224 Greek Philosophy
CLAS 307 Topics in Ancient History: Justinian and his Age
CLAS 310 Writing in Chains: Latin Literature and Roman Slavery
CLAS 314 Art and Archaeology of Ancient Mediterranean Cities
CLAS 315 Special Topic
CLAS 316 Topics in Classical Literature and Culture: Roman Law
CLAS 319 Sport and Leisure in the Ancient World
CLAS 322 Roman Architecture
CLAS 324 Greek Philosophy
CLAS 325 Roman Social History
CLAS 326 Concepts of Art and Literature from Homer to Aristotle
CLAS 329 Ancient Laughter
CLAS 332 The Hellenistic East and the Coming of Rome
CLAS 336 Art and Ideas in Archaic and Classical Greece
PACE 395 Internship

Greek and Latin courses

Course Code

Course Title

CLAS 134 Beginners' Greek A
CLAS 135 Beginners' Greek B
CLAS 144 Beginners' Latin A
CLAS 145 Beginners' Latin B
CLAS 234 Intermediate Greek Authors 1
CLAS 235 Intermediate Greek Authors 2
CLAS 244 Intermediate Latin Authors A
CLAS 245 Intermediate Latin Authors B
CLAS 322 Roman Architecture
CLAS 335 Advanced Greek Authors
CLAS 342 Readings from Latin Literature
CLAS 345 Advanced Latin Authors

Communication Disorders

Course Code

Course Title

CMDS 113 Introduction to Communication Disorders
CMDS 161 Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism
CMDS 162 Neuroscience of Swallowing and Communication

Computer Science

Course Code

Course Title

COSC 101 Working in a Digital World
COSC 121 Introduction to Computer Programming
COSC 122 Introduction to Computer Science

Criminal Justice

Course Code

Course Title

CRJU 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CRJU 201 Crime and Justice
CRJU 210 Special Topic
CRJU 301 Sentencing Theory and Practice
CRJU 302 Prisons and Corrections
CRJU 304 Research Essay in Criminal Justice
CRJU 310 Special Topic

Cultural Studies

Course Code

Course Title

CULT 114 Aotearoa - Introduction to New Zealand Treaty Society
CULT 132 Cultural Studies: Reading Culture
CULT 150 Music in Aotearoa New Zealand
CULT 201 Media Audiences
CULT 202 Cultural Politics/ Cultural Activism
CULT 206 From Bambi to Kong: The Animal in American Popular Culture
CULT 207 Constructing Bodies
CULT 213 Digital Cultures
CULT 214 Cinematic Sin and Sensuality
CULT 215 Coming of Age in Global Cinema
CULT 219 Te Tiriti: The Treaty of Waitangi
CULT 233 Popular Music in Context
CULT 302 Takahi: Colonisation
CULT 303 Sexualities in Culture
CULT 310 Sociology of the City
CULT 317 Cultures of the Supernatural
CULT 319 Kaupapa Maori: Contemporary Issues in Maori and Indigenous Societies
CULT 322 Documentary: From the Margins to the Mainstream
CULT 333 The Exotic
CULT 334 Chinese Cinema: History and Recent Development
CULT 335 Reading Animals: Beast Fables to Graphic Novels
CULT 336 Heroines in History
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Digital Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities

Course Code

Course Title

DIGI 101 Working in a Digital World
DIGI 102 Computers, Artificial Intelligence, and the Information Society
DIGI 125 Music Technologies 1
DIGI 201 Digital Cultures
DIGI 202 Cyberspace, Cyborgs, and the Meaning of Life
DIGI 205 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
DIGI 207 Social Media and Public Life
DIGI 301 Reading Digitally: Electronic Texts in Literary Culture
DIGI 302 Cyberspace, Cyborgs, and the Meaning of Life
PACE 395 Internship

Economics

Course Code

Course Title

ECON 104 Introduction to Microeconomics
ECON 105 Introduction to Macroeconomics
ECON 199 Introduction to Microeconomics
ECON 206 Intermediate Macroeconomics
ECON 207 Intermediate Microeconomics - Households and Government
ECON 208 Intermediate Microeconomics - Firms and Markets
ECON 213 Introduction to Econometrics
ECON 214 Special Topic: Data Analytics for Business Economics
ECON 222 International Trade
ECON 223 Introduction to Game Theory for Business, Science and Politics
ECON 225 Environmental Economics
ECON 310 Economic Thinking for Business
ECON 314 Special Topic: Economic Analysis of "Big Data"
ECON 321 Microeconomic Analysis
ECON 323 Time Series Methods
ECON 324 Econometrics
ECON 325 Macroeconomic Analysis
ECON 326 Macro and Monetary Economics
ECON 327 Economic Analysis of Law
ECON 329 Industrial Organisation
ECON 330 Strategic Behaviour of Firms
ECON 331 Financial Economics
ECON 332 Economics and Psychology
ECON 333 Experimental Economics
ECON 334 Labour Economics
ECON 335 Public Economics 1
ECON 338 Health Economics Overview
ECON 339 The Economics of European Integration
ECON 340 Development Economics
ECON 341 Economics of Education
ECON 342 Economic History
ECON 343 Economic Analysis of Intellectual Property
ECON 344 International Finance
ECON 345 The Economics of Risk and Insurance
ECON 390 Internship or Consultancy Project
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Education

Course Code

Course Title

EDUC 101 Learning: People, Politics and Processes
EDUC 102 Child and Adolescent Development
EDUC 103 Education, Culture and Society
EDUC 201 Current Issues in Learning
EDUC 202 One in Four: Different Developmental Pathways
EDUC 203 Cultures, Contexts and Education
EDUC 204 Promoting Child and Adolescent Wellbeing and Health
EDUC 205 Critical Issues in Adult Learning
EDUC 206 Education and Society: Ideals and Realities
EDUC 301 Researching Learning
EDUC 302 Researching Development: Opportunities and Risks in Adolescence
EDUC 303 Socio-Cultural Theory and Methods in Education
EDUC 315 Diverse Learners and Inclusive Education
EDUC 339 Globalisation, Social Justice and Education
PACE 395 Internship

English

Course Code

Course Title

ENGL 102 Great Works
ENGL 103 The Outsider
ENGL 104 The Stage and Stagecraft
ENGL 107 Shakespeare
ENGL 110 Maori Writing in English
ENGL 115 Childhood in Children's Literature
ENGL 117 Writing for Academic Success
ENGL 118 Creative Writing: Skills, Techniques and Strategies
ENGL 132 Cultural Studies: Reading Culture
ENGL 201 The Essay and Beyond: Creative Non-Fiction
ENGL 202 Rebels, Devils and Cannibals: Literature and the Origins of Modernity
ENGL 206 Science, Technology and Literature
ENGL 209 Australian Writing and Culture
ENGL 210 Inventing New Zealand in Literature
ENGL 211 Exceptional Americans: An Introduction to American Literature
ENGL 213 Children's Classics: Popular Children's Texts and their Representation on Film
ENGL 217 Special Topic: Theatre: Direction, Design and Dramaturgy
ENGL 218 Bloody Satisfaction: Revenge from the Greeks to Kill Bill
ENGL 220 Creative Writing: Short Fiction
ENGL 231 Creative Writing: Poetry
ENGL 232 Cultural Politics/Cultural Activism
ENGL 233 Creative Writing for Stage
ENGL 238 Creative Writing for Screen
ENGL 243 From Bambi to Kong: The Animal in American Popular Culture
ENGL 302 Rebels, Devils and Cannibals: Literature and the Origins of Modernity
ENGL 305 European Novels and Film Adaptations
ENGL 306 Science, Technology and Literature
ENGL 313 Cultures of the Supernatural
ENGL 315 The Twentieth Century Novel
ENGL 316 New Zealand Literature 3
ENGL 317 Special Topic: Modern Poetry
ENGL 318 Reading Animals: Beast Fables to Graphic Novels
ENGL 332 Sexualities in Culture
ENGL 333 The Exotic
ENGL 345 Reading Digitally: Electronic Texts in Literary Culture
ENGL 349 From Bambi to Kong: The Animal in American Popular Culture
ENGL 350 Creative Writing Masterclass: Special Topics in Creative Writing
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

English Language

Course Code

Course Title

ENLA 101 The English Language
ENLA 102 Language and Society in New Zealand and Beyond
ENLA 210 Language Variation Across Space and Time
ENLA 310 New Zealand English
ENLA 320 History of English
PACE 395 Internship

European and European Union Studies

Note: Students may include 30 points of a European language at 100-level and a further 30 points at 200-level in a European and European Union Studies major. For full course information go to www.canterbury.ac.nz/courses

Course Code

Course Title

EURA 101 Global EUrope
EURA 104 European Languages in Europe and Beyond
EURA 201 European Identity and Culture: Multicultural Societies of Europe and the European Union
EURA 204 European Novels and Film Adaptations
EURA 210 European Integration from Community to Union
EURA 211 Classic Works in Political Philosophy - Machiavelli to Marx
EURA 212 French Culture in English
EURA 214 The Soviet Experiment and its Aftermath
EURA 221 The European Union and the Wider World
EURA 223 Remaking the New Europe
EURA 224 Democratic and Economic Evolution of Europe
EURA 226 The Rise and Fall of Communism in Eastern Europe, 1944 -1991
EURA 234 Special Topic: European Foreign and Security Policy in the 21st Century
EURA 235 Tsardom to Empire: Russian History 1480 to 1917
EURA 301 European Identity and Culture: Multicultural Societies of Europe and the European Union
EURA 304 European Novels and Film Adaptations
EURA 305 French Culture in English
EURA 310 European Integration from Community to Union
EURA 311 European Union Legal Studies
EURA 324 Democratic and Economic Evolution of Europe
EURA 326 The Rise and Fall of Communism in Eastern Europe, 1944 -1991
EURA 330 Special Topic: Contemporary Policy Challenges in the European Union.
EURA 333 European Public Law
EURA 335 Tsardom to Empire: Russian History 1480 to 1917
EURA 339 The Economics of European Integration
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

French

Course Code

Course Title

FREN 106 French culture and French Language 1
FREN 120 French Language Acquisition: Beginners S
FREN 121 French language acquisition: Beginners A
FREN 122 French language acquisition: Beginners B
FREN 211 French Culture and French Language
FREN 212 French Culture in English
FREN 221 French Language Acquisition : Intermediate A
FREN 222 French Language Acquisition : Intermediate B
FREN 223 Introduction to French Linguistics
FREN 311 French Culture and French Language
FREN 312 French Culture in English
FREN 321 French Language Acquisition: Advanced A
FREN 322 French Language Acquisition: Advanced B
FREN 323 Introduction to French Linguistics
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Geography

Course Code

Course Title

GEOG 106 Global Environmental Change
GEOG 109 Physical Geography: Earth, Ocean, Atmosphere
GEOG 110 Human Geography: People, Process, Place
GEOG 201 Environmental Processes: Principles and Applications
GEOG 202 Globalisation and New Geographies
GEOG 205 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
GEOG 206 Resource and Environmental Management
GEOG 208 Remote sensing for geospatial analysis
GEOG 211 Environmental Processes: Research Practice
GEOG 213 Remaking the New Europe
GEOG 244 Special Topic
GEOG 245 Special Topic
GEOG 305 Environmental Hazards, Risk and Resilience
GEOG 309 Research Methods in Geography
GEOG 310 Weather Systems
GEOG 311 Coastal Studies
GEOG 312 Snow, Ice and Climate
GEOG 321 European Integration From Community to Union
GEOG 322 Geography of Health
GEOG 323 Geospatial Analysis in the Social and Environmental Sciences
GEOG 324 Advanced GIS
GEOG 340 Field Based Geomorphic Applications
GEOG 350 Research Methods in Physical Geography
GEOG 351 Rethinking Development
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Geology

Course Code

Course Title

GEOL 113 Environmental Geohazards

German

Course Code

Course Title

GRMN 151 Elementary German Language A
GRMN 152 Elementary German Language B
GRMN 213 Highlights of German Culture
GRMN 236 Literary Responses to German Unification
GRMN 251 Intermediate German Language A
GRMN 252 Intermediate German Language B
GRMN 321 German Language Advanced 1
GRMN 322 German Language Advanced 2
GRMN 323 Advanced Translation Practice German
GRMN 324 Directed Reading and Research
GRMN 336 Literary Responses to German Unification
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Health Sciences

Course Code

Course Title

HLTH 101 Introduction to Health Studies
HLTH 201 Health Promotion
HLTH 301 Evidence in Health

History

Course Code

Course Title

HIST 127 American History
HIST 128 New Zealand History from Waka to Weta
HIST 133 Medieval Europe: from Rome to the Black Death
HIST 136 Revolutions and Revolutionaries
HIST 137 Modern World History
HIST 235 Tsardom to Empire: Russian History 1480 to 1917
HIST 239 The First World War: Total War in Europe
HIST 243 Kiwi Culture
HIST 247 Slavery to Freedom in World History
HIST 249 India: Harappa to Taj Mahal
HIST 253 Renaissance and Reformation Europe
HIST 254 Making Imperial Britain, 1780-1914
HIST 255 Heroines in History
HIST 257 America in Revolution and Civil War
HIST 258 Revisiting Empire
HIST 259 Te Ao Tawhito: The Ancient Maori World
HIST 262 Maori and Indigenous Development
HIST 265 Medieval Crusades and Crusaders
HIST 266 The Pacific Islands: European and Polynesian Visions
HIST 268 Te Tiriti: The Treaty of Waitangi
HIST 269 The Rise and Fall of Communism in Eastern Europe, 1944 -1991
HIST 270 Anzac Neighbours: Australia and New Zealand
HIST 274 The Soviet Experiment and Its Aftermath
HIST 275 The Muslim World, 600-1650
HIST 276 Myth and History
HIST 278 America and the World into the 21st Century
HIST 279 Social and Cultural History of India
HIST 281 Resistance and Collaboration in Nazi Europe
HIST 283 Ethnicity and History
HIST 288 Exploring the Past
HIST 291 Chinese Society and Culture since 1949
HIST 292 Oral Traditions and Modern Histories of Ngai Tahu
HIST 293 Fascism and the Far-Right in Europe
HIST 294 Recovering Christchurch 1850-2010
HIST 295 Crime, Criminology and Policing in Modern Europe since 1750
HIST 329 The Rise and Fall of Communism in Eastern Europe, 1944-1991
HIST 334 Anzac Neighbours: Australia and New Zealand
HIST 335 Tsardom to Empire: Russian History 1480 to 1917
HIST 339 The First World War: Total War in Europe
HIST 352 Kiwi Culture
HIST 353 Myth and History
HIST 361 Heroines in History
HIST 364 America and the World into the 21st Century
HIST 366 Takahi: Colonisation
HIST 367 Social and Cultural History of India
HIST 373 Renaissance and Reformation Europe
HIST 374 The Soviet Experiment and Its Aftermath
HIST 375 The Muslim World, 600-1650
HIST 376 Making Imperial Britain, 1780 to 1914
HIST 377 American Revolution and Civil War
HIST 378 Revisiting Empire
HIST 379 Maori and Indigenous Development
HIST 380 The Search for Meaning: Great Ideas of the Western Tradition
HIST 381 Resistance and Collaboration in Nazi Europe
HIST 382 Britain in the 'Swinging Sixties'
HIST 387 Medieval Crusades and Crusaders
HIST 391 Chinese Society and Culture since 1949
HIST 392 The Pacific Islands: European and Polynesian Visions
HIST 393 Fascism and the Far-Right in Europe
HIST 394 Recovering Christchurch 1850-2010
HIST 395 Crime, Criminology and Policing in Modern Europe since 1750
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Human Services

Course Code

Course Title

HSRV 101 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy and Human Services
HSRV 102 Introduction to Human Services and Practice in Aotearoa
HSRV 103 Violence in Society
HSRV 104 Youth Realities
HSRV 201 Communication in the Human Services
HSRV 202 Human Behaviour and Human Systems
HSRV 203 Policy Debates in the Social Services
HSRV 204 Culture, Indigeneity and Citizenship: Critical Debates for the Human Services
HSRV 206 Child Protection Practice
HSRV 207 Te Tiriti: The Treaty of Waitangi
HSRV 208 Gender Sensitivity and the Human Services
HSRV 210 Women Offending and Victimisation Perspectives
HSRV 211 Community Development: Concepts, Practice and the Dynamics of Change
HSRV 301 Change and Human Systems
HSRV 302 Qualitative Social Research
HSRV 303 Women Offending and Victimisation Perspectives
HSRV 304 Indigenous Practice
HSRV 305 Quantitative Research Methods for the Human Services
HSRV 306 Non-Governmental Organisations and Social Development
HSRV 307 Perspectives on Ageing in Human Systems
HSRV 308 Gender Sensitivity and the Human Services
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Japanese

Course Code

Course Title

JAPA 108 Introduction to Japanese Culture
JAPA 113 Introduction to Japanese Literature and Related Arts
JAPA 125 Elementary Japanese A
JAPA 126 Elementary Japanese B
JAPA 127 Elementary Japanese
JAPA 208 Japanese Society
JAPA 212 Japanese Society and Culture in Film and Literature
JAPA 214 Special Topic in Japanese Language A
JAPA 215 Intermediate Japanese
JAPA 307 Extension Japanese
JAPA 314 Independent Course of Study
JAPA 316 Independent Course of Study
JAPA 325 Advancing Japanese A
JAPA 326 Advancing Japanese B
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Law

Course Code

Course Title

LAWS 101 Legal System: Legal Method and Institutions

Linguistics

Course Code

Course Title

LING 101 The English Language
LING 102 Language and Society in New Zealand and Beyond
LING 103 Basics of Language for Language Learners
LING 104 European Languages in Europe and Beyond
LING 210 Language Variation Across Space and Time
LING 215 The Sounds of Speech
LING 216 Systems of Words and Sounds in Language
LING 217 Sentence Structure
LING 218 The Expression of Meaning in Language
LING 219 Language Acquisition
LING 220 The History of English
LING 225 Forensic Linguistics
LING 304 Historical Linguistics
LING 306 Topics in Syntactic Theory
LING 307 Topics in Phonetics and Phonology
LING 308 Word Meaning
LING 309 Topics in Morphology and Word Formation
LING 310 New Zealand English
LING 320 History of English
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Management Science

Course Code

Course Title

MSCI 270 Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management
MSCI 271 Operations Management Processes
MSCI 281 Business Research Methods
MSCI 370 Strategic Operations and Supply Chain Management
MSCI 371 Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
MSCI 372 Project Management
MSCI 373 Quality Management
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Māori and Indigenous Studies

Course Code

Course Title

MAOR 107 Aotearoa: Introduction to Traditional Maori Society
MAOR 108 Aotearoa: Introduction to New Zealand Treaty Society
MAOR 114 Mahi-a-Ringa: Introducing Traditional Material Culture
MAOR 165 He Timatanga: Engaging with Maori
MAOR 170 Indigenous Peoples, Development and Anthropology
MAOR 172 Science, Maori and Indigenous Knowledge
MAOR 177 Special Topic
MAOR 212 Maori and Indigenous Development
MAOR 214 Te Ao Tawhito: The Ancient Maori World
MAOR 219 Te Tiriti: The Treaty of Waitangi
MAOR 220 Maori and Indigenous Language Revitalisation
MAOR 224 Special Topic: Taonga: Maori Material Culture
MAOR 225 Toi Maori -- Maori art
MAOR 230 Ethnicity and History
MAOR 268 Kiriata: Maori and Indigenous Film
MAOR 270 Te Ao Hauora Tangata: Maori Health Perspectives
MAOR 271 Special Topic
MAOR 277 Special Topic
MAOR 282 Kapa Haka - Introducing Maori Performing Arts
MAOR 285 Oral Traditions and Modern Histories of Ngai Tahu
MAOR 301 Kaupapa Maori: Contemporary Issues in Maori and Indigenous Societies
MAOR 317 Takahi: Colonisation
MAOR 323 Research Essay
MAOR 324 Politics of Race and Ethnicity
MAOR 329 Myth and History
MAOR 334 Special Topic: Taonga: Maori Material Culture
MAOR 365 Mana Wahine: Maori and Indigenous Women
MAOR 370 Special Topic: Te Whaiora: Maori Health Promotion, Policy and Practice
MAOR 371 Special Topic
MAOR 373 Whakaaro Wairua: Maori Spiritual Beliefs and Philosophies
MAOR 377 Special Topic
MAOR 382 Mahi-a-Rehia: Advanced Maori Performing Arts
MAOR 390 Independent Research Essay
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Mathematics

Course Code

Course Title

MATH 101 Methods of Mathematics
MATH 102 Mathematics 1A
MATH 103 Mathematics 1B
MATH 120 Discrete Mathematics
MATH 130 Introduction to Logic and Computability
MATH 170 Mathematical Modelling and Computation
MATH 199 AIMS - Advancing in Mathematical Sciences
MATH 201 Multivariable Calculus
MATH 202 Differential Equations
MATH 203 Linear Algebra
MATH 220 Discrete Mathematics and Cryptography
MATH 230 Logic, Automata, and Computability
MATH 240 Analysis and Groups
MATH 270 Mathematical Modelling and Computation 2
MATH 280 Introduction to Scientific Computation
MATH 302 Partial Differential Equations
MATH 303 Applied Matrix Algebra
MATH 320 Discrete Mathematics
MATH 321 Rings and Fields
MATH 324 Cryptography and Coding Theory
MATH 335 Computability Theory
MATH 336 Foundations of Mathematics
MATH 343 Metric, Normed and Hilbert Spaces
MATH 353 Computational Mathematics and Applications
MATH 363 Dynamical Systems
MATH 365 Applications of Complex Variables
MATH 380 Mathematics in Perspective
MATH 391 Special Topic
MATH 392 Special Topic
MATH 393 Independent Course of Study
MATH 394 Independent Course of Study
MATH 395 Mathematics Project

Media and Communication

Course Code

Course Title

COMS 101 Media and Society
COMS 102 Introduction to News and Journalism
COMS 104 Advocacy Communication
COMS 201 Media Audiences
COMS 203 Media and the Representation of Differences
COMS 204 Advertising and Cultural Consumption
COMS 205 Media and Politics
COMS 207 Social Media and Public Life
COMS 220 Special Topic: Planning Media Advocacy Campaigns
COMS 223 Propaganda, Public Relations and Power
COMS 225 Special Topic: Citizens, Democracy and Public Life Online
COMS 302 International Communication
COMS 303 Visual Media and Communication
COMS 304 Journalists at Work
COMS 305 Media and Social Change
COMS 306 Media and Conflict
COMS 307 Broadcasting New Zealand
COMS 320 Special Topic: Creating Media Advocacy Campaigns
PACE 395 Internship
ARTS 395 Internship

Music

Course Code

Course Title

MUSA 100 Essentials in Music Techniques
MUSA 101 Musicianship, Harmony and Analysis 1
MUSA 102 Choir and Part-Singing
MUSA 111 Beatles to Beyonce: A Short History of Popular Music
MUSA 120 Song Writing 1
MUSA 121 Notated Composition 1A
MUSA 122 Notated Composition 1B
MUSA 125 Music Technologies 1
MUSA 131 Organum to Autotune
MUSA 141 Performance Major 1A
MUSA 142 Performance Major 1B
MUSA 143 Performance (Non-Major) 1
MUSA 144 Sight-Reading and Keyboard Accompaniment
MUSA 150 Music in Aotearoa New Zealand
MUSA 151 The Music Industry
MUSA 152 Acoustics and Recording Techniques
MUSA 190 Chamber Choir 1
MUSA 191 Large Ensemble 1
MUSA 192 Small Ensemble 1
MUSA 200 Musicianship, Harmony and Analysis 2
MUSA 201 Harmony and Score-Reading
MUSA 220 Song Writing 2
MUSA 221 Notated Composition 2A
MUSA 222 Notated Composition 2B
MUSA 223 Orchestration, Arranging and Remixing 1
MUSA 224 Orchestration, Arrangement and Remixing 2
MUSA 225 Music Technologies 2
MUSA 226 The Computer as a Musical Tool 1
MUSA 227 The Computer as a Musical Tool 2
MUSA 231 The Musical Heritage of Western Civilization
MUSA 232 Musics of the World
MUSA 233 Popular Music in Context
MUSA 234 Contemporary Music
MUSA 241 Performance Major 2A
MUSA 242 Performance Major 2B
MUSA 243 Performance (Non-Major) 2
MUSA 244 Sight-Reading and Keyboard Accompaniment 2
MUSA 250 Music in our Community 1: Surveying the Scene
MUSA 251 Studio Pedagogy
MUSA 252 Kapa Haka - Introducing Maori Performing Arts
MUSA 290 Chamber Choir 2
MUSA 291 Large Ensemble 2
MUSA 292 Small Ensemble 2
MUSA 320 Conducting
MUSA 321 Composition 3A
MUSA 322 Composition 3B
MUSA 331 The Musical Heritage of Western Civilization
MUSA 332 Musics of the World
MUSA 333 Popular Music in Context
MUSA 334 Contemporary Music
MUSA 335 Philosophy of Music
MUSA 344 Applied Keyboard Skills
MUSA 350 Music Education and Community Music
MUSA 380 Undergraduate Research Essay
MUSA 390 Chamber Choir 3
MUSA 391 Large Ensemble 3
MUSA 392 Small Ensemble 3
MUSA 395 Internship
MUSA 396 Internship
MUSA 397 Collaborative Group Project
ARTS 395 Internship

Pacific Studies

Course Code

Course Title

PACS 101 Peopling the Pacific
PACS 102 Aotearoa: Introduction to Traditional Maori Society
PACS 202 The Pacific Islands: Early European and Polynesian Visions
PACS 302 The Pacific Islands: Early European and Polynesian Visions
PACS 303 International Politics: New Zealand Foreign Policy

Philosophy

Course Code

Course Title

PACE 395 Internship
PHIL 110 Science: Good, Bad, and Bogus
PHIL 111 Philosophy, Sex, and Thinking
PHIL 132 God, Mind, and Freedom
PHIL 133 Philosophy and Human Nature
PHIL 134 Logic and Computability
PHIL 136 Ethics Today
PHIL 137 Computers, Artificial Intelligence, and the Information Society
PHIL 138 Logic and Critical Thinking
PHIL 139 Ethics, Politics and Justice
PHIL 145 Political and Social Philosophy
PHIL 203 Dinosaurs, Quarks and Quasars: The Philosophy of Science
PHIL 208 The Brain Gym: An Introduction to Logic
PHIL 209 Logic B
PHIL 210 Logic, Automata, and Computability
PHIL 212 Reason, Desire and Happiness: Hellenistic Philosophy
PHIL 220 Darwin's Dangerous Idea
PHIL 224 Greek Philosophy
PHIL 227 The Art Instinct
PHIL 229 Philosophy of Religion: Rationality, Science, and the God Hypothesis
PHIL 233 Epistemology and Metaphysics
PHIL 235 Cyberspace, Cyborgs, and the Meaning of Life
PHIL 236 Ethics
PHIL 239 Classics in Political Philosophy
PHIL 240 Bioethics: Life, Death, and Medicine
PHIL 241 Special Topic
PHIL 243 The Open Society and Its Enemies
PHIL 249 Environmental Ethics
PHIL 250 Turing: From the Computer Revolution to the Philosophy of AI
PHIL 251 The Expression of Meaning in Language
PHIL 252 Cognitive Science
PHIL 303 Quarks, Quasars and Dinosaurs: The Philosophy of Science
PHIL 305 Paradoxes
PHIL 308 The Brain Gym: An Introduction to Logic
PHIL 309 Logic B
PHIL 310 History of Philosophy
PHIL 311 Meaning, Mind, and the Nature of Philosophy
PHIL 312 Reason, Desire and Happiness: Hellenistic Philosophy
PHIL 314 Greek Philosophy
PHIL 317 Contemporary Political Philosophy
PHIL 318 Philosophy of Religion: Rationality, Science, and the God Hypothesis
PHIL 320 Special Topic
PHIL 321 Ethics
PHIL 324 Bioethics: Life, Death, and Medicine
PHIL 335 Cyberspace, Cyborgs and the Meaning of Life
PHIL 343 Landmarks of Analytic Philosophy
ARTS 395 Internship

Physics

Course Code

Course Title

PHYS 109 The Cosmos: Birth and Evolution

Political Science and International Relations

Course Code

Course Title

PACE 395 Internship
POLS 102 Politics: An Introduction
POLS 103 Introduction to New Zealand Politics and Policy
POLS 104 Introduction to International Relations
POLS 105 Comparing the Politics of Nations: A Global Introduction
POLS 137 Computers, Artificial Intelligence, and the Information Society
POLS 201 Classic Works in Political Philosophy - Machiavelli to Marx
POLS 202 International Relations and Humanitarian Ideals
POLS 203 World Politics: Islamic Societies
POLS 205 United States Politics
POLS 206 Public Policy: An Introduction
POLS 207 The Politics of Technology
POLS 208 Party Politics and Elections in Contemporary Democracies
POLS 209 Special Topic
POLS 210 Democratic Uprisings and Political Participation
POLS 211 China from Mao to Now
POLS 212 International Political Economy
POLS 213 Special Topic: Modern Conflict: Modern Stateless Warfare
POLS 214 World Politics: Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific
POLS 217 Special Topic
POLS 223 Minorities in Politics and Policy in the Asia Pacific
POLS 224 Democratic and Economic Evolution of Europe
POLS 225 Bioethics: Life, Death, and Medicine
POLS 232 Media and Politics
POLS 234 Special Topic: European Foreign and Security Policy in the 21st Century
POLS 258 Te Tiriti: The Treaty of Waitangi
POLS 301 Contemporary Political Theory
POLS 302 Power
POLS 303 Middle East: Selected Topics in Foreign Policy
POLS 304 Environmental Politics and Policy
POLS 305 Political Behaviour: Political Psychology and Culture
POLS 306 The Craft of Political Research and Analysis
POLS 307 Policy Issues in Science, Technology and Global Health
POLS 308 International Politics: New Zealand Foreign Policy
POLS 310 International Politics: Conflict and Conflict Management
POLS 311 Northeast Asia and the Changing Global Order
POLS 312 Politics of Race and Ethnicity
POLS 313 Critical Approaches to International Relations
POLS 314 Militaries and Societies
POLS 315 Continuity and Change in the Politics of Contemporary Democracies
POLS 316 Public Management
POLS 317 International Politics: Peace and Security in International Relations
POLS 318 Special Topic
POLS 319 International Organisations: The United Nations and International Security
POLS 320 New Zealand Government: politics and policy in the New Zealand state
POLS 321 Special Topic
POLS 332 Media and Conflict
POLS 333 Independent Course of Study
POLS 334 Special Topic: Britain and New Zealand - The Great Unravelling
POLS 358 Kaupapa Maori: Contemporary Issues in Maori and Indigenous Societies
ARTS 395 Internship

Professional and Community Engagement

Course Code

Course Title

PACE 195 Professional and Community Engagement: Theory and Practice
PACE 295 Internship
PACE 395 Internship

Psychology

Course Code

Course Title

PACE 395 Internship
PSYC 105 Introductory Psychology - Brain, Behaviour and Cognition
PSYC 106 Introductory Psychology - Social, Personality and Developmental
PSYC 206 Research Design and Statistics
PSYC 207 Developmental Psychology
PSYC 208 Cognition
PSYC 209 Sensation and Perception
PSYC 211 Personality
PSYC 212 Foundations of Behavioural Neuroscience
PSYC 213 Introduction to Social Psychology
PSYC 333 Biological Psychology
PSYC 334 Learning and Behaviour Analysis
PSYC 335 Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 336 Industrial and Organisational Psychology
PSYC 339 Health Psychology and Behaviour Change
PSYC 340 Cognitive Psychology
PSYC 341 Environmental Psychology
PSYC 342 Special Topic
PSYC 343 Psychology of Adult Development
PSYC 344 Research Methods
PSYC 346 Judgement and Decision Making
PSYC 348 Special Topic: Contemporary Issues in Family Psychology
ARTS 395 Internship

Russian

Course Code

Course Title

PACE 395 Internship
RUSS 130 Elementary Russian Language A
RUSS 131 Elementary Russian Language B
RUSS 218 The Soviet Experiment and Its Aftermath
RUSS 230 Intermediate Russian Language A
RUSS 231 Intermediate Russian Language B
RUSS 235 Tsardom to Empire: Russian History 1480 to 1917
RUSS 318 The Soviet Experiment and Its Aftermath
RUSS 330 Advanced Russian Language A
RUSS 331 Advanced Russian Language B
RUSS 335 Tsardom to Empire: Russian History 1480 to 1917
ARTS 395 Internship

Sociology

Course Code

Course Title

PACE 395 Internship
SOCI 111 Exploring Society
SOCI 112 Global Society
SOCI 201 Social Theory for Contemporary Life
SOCI 202 Constructing Bodies
SOCI 209 Te Tiriti: The Treaty of Waitangi
SOCI 212 Family and Kinship in Comparative Perspective
SOCI 216 Special Topic: Communes, Cults, Riots and Revolutions: Collective Behaviour in Modern Society
SOCI 218 Crime and Justice
SOCI 220 Environment and Society
SOCI 223 Ethnicity and History
SOCI 234 Sociology of Sport: Performances, Markets and Identities
SOCI 238 Exploring the Past
SOCI 243 Sociology of Health and Medicine
SOCI 244 On Death and Dying: Current Controversies in Thanatology
SOCI 255 Sociology of the City
SOCI 262 Food and Eating
SOCI 263 Sociology of the Everyday World
SOCI 278 Religion and Society: Why God Won't Die
SOCI 291 Special Topic
SOCI 293 The History of Gangs in New Zealand
SOCI 344 On Death and Dying: Current Controversies in thanatology
SOCI 347 Health, Technologies and Embodiment
SOCI 355 Sociology of the City
SOCI 358 Prisons and Corrections
SOCI 361 Social Movements
SOCI 363 Investigating Social Worlds
SOCI 368 The Politics of Need: Globalisation, Poverty and Welfare Provision
SOCI 378 Special Topic
SOCI 388 Contested Heritage
SOCI 392 Special topic
ARTS 395 Internship

Spanish

Course Code

Course Title

PACE 395 Internship
SPAN 101 Beginners' Spanish A
SPAN 102 Beginners' Spanish B
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish Language A
SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish Language B
SPAN 203 Spanish Conversation and Pronunciation
SPAN 204 Hispanic Culture through Film
SPAN 205 Journey through Hispanic Civilisation and Culture
SPAN 301 Advanced Spanish A
SPAN 302 Advanced Spanish B
SPAN 303 Introduction to Hispanic Literature
SPAN 304 Introductory Readings in Latin American Literature
ARTS 395 Internship

Statistics

Course Code

Course Title

STAT 101 Statistics 1
STAT 201 Applied Statistics
STAT 202 Regression Modelling
STAT 211 Random Processes
STAT 213 Statistical Inference
STAT 221 Introduction to Statistical Computing Using R
STAT 312 Data Collection and Sampling Methods
STAT 313 Computational Statistics
STAT 314 Bayesian Inference
STAT 315 Multivariate Statistical Methods
STAT 316 Applied Stochastic Modelling
STAT 317 Time Series Methods
STAT 318 Data Mining
STAT 319 Generalised Linear Models
STAT 391 Special Topic
STAT 392 Special Topic
STAT 393 Independent Course of Study
STAT 394 Independent Course of Study
STAT 395 Statistics Project

Te Reo Māori

Course Code

Course Title

PACE 395 Internship
TREO 110 Conversational Maori for Absolute Beginners
TREO 111 Te Reo: Te Kakano - Introductory Language 1
TREO 112 Te Reo: Te Kakano - Introductory Language 2
TREO 180 He Wananga Reo - Immersion 1
TREO 220 Maori and Indigenous Language Revitalisation
TREO 260 Te Reo: Te Pihinga - Intermediate Language
TREO 280 He Wananga Reo - Immersion 2
TREO 282 Kapa Haka - Introducing Maori Performing Arts
TREO 323 Tuhinga Rangahau
TREO 360 Te Reo: Te Mahuri: Advanced Maori Language
ARTS 395 Internship
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