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    The Music Industry (Music MUSA151-19S2 (C))

    Humanities and Creative Arts
    This course is designed for musicians who seek to understand the current state of the music industry and learn principles of marketing for musicians. The course covers application processes and funding structures, basic business skills for musicians, and the issues associated with copyright and the internet-based dissemination of music.
    Credits
    0.1250 EFTS
    Term
    Semester Two
    Department
    Humanities and Creative Arts
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    Sport Management (Sport Coaching SPCO224-19S2 (D))

    School of Health Sciences
    Sport Management in New Zealand is experiencing a noted increase in professional organisational management approaches as well as maintaining a strong volunteer base at grass-roots level. Effective sport managers need to have a varying set of skills and be aware of best practices for the effective management of people, club and sporting events. Volunteer management, funding sources/models, development models, marketing, technology and other future issues will be discussed for the wide variety of sport organisations in New Zealand, from clubs to fitness centres to national/regional sports organisations.
    Credits
    0.1250 EFTS
    Term
    Semester Two
    Department
    School of Health Sciences
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    Sport Management (Sport Coaching SPCO224-19S2 (C))

    School of Health Sciences
    Sport Management in New Zealand is experiencing a noted increase in professional organisational management approaches as well as maintaining a strong volunteer base at grass-roots level. Effective sport managers need to have a varying set of skills and be aware of best practices for the effective management of people, club and sporting events. Volunteer management, funding sources/models, development models, marketing, technology and other future issues will be discussed for the wide variety of sport organisations in New Zealand, from clubs to fitness centres to national/regional sports organisations.
    Credits
    0.1250 EFTS
    Term
    Semester Two
    Department
    School of Health Sciences
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    Managerial Finance (Business Administration MBAD611-19M3 (C))

    Master of Business Administration Programme
    The course focuses on understanding the purpose and tasks undertaken by finance and treasury managers in organisations. It looks at the ways organisations raise and utilise funding and provides the tools necessary to assess the potential and existing performance of projects and investments through an understanding of the time value of money. It also takes a detailed look at how organisations manage financial risk. In addition, the course examines returns on investments, the financial markets, derivatives and international capital flows.
    Credits
    0.0833 EFTS
    Term
    MBA Three
    Department
    Master of Business Administration Programme
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    Organum to Autotune (Music MUSA131-19S1 (C))

    Humanities and Creative Arts
    This course provides a topic-based approach to music history, focusing on issues including cultures of print, authenticity, technological change, the relationship of the past to the present, and the patronage and funding of music.
    Credits
    0.1250 EFTS
    Term
    Semester One
    Department
    Humanities and Creative Arts
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    Advertising and Cultural Consumption (Media and Communication COMS204-19S1 (C))

    Language, Social and Political Sciences
    Advertising has become a central component of our contemporary cultural environment that finances all of the communication industries. However, the effects of advertising may lie far outside only the funding of media systems. This course explores the increasingly strained relationship between advertising, consumerism, identity, the environment and citizenship. We'll take a critical approach to the most ubiquitous form of media messaging that exists: the advertisement.
    Credits
    0.1250 EFTS
    Term
    Semester One
    Department
    Language, Social and Political Sciences
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    Broadcasting Aotearoa New Zealand: Online and On Air (Media and Communication COMS307-19S2 (C))

    Language, Social and Political Sciences
    Broadcasting Aotearoa New Zealand explores the stories that are told about Aotearoa New Zealand on television and radio, and in web series, podcasts, and other digital spaces. The course explores the role broadcasting has played in shaping society and the ways in which society is reflected and produced in programming online and on air. COMS307 asks what are the bicultural histories and futures of Aotearoa New Zealand, and how might new, inclusive stories be told on a variety of platforms? In COMS307 you will develop a funding application for a television programme, web series, podcast, or interactive platform, and you will be able to relate your programme plan to the social, cultural, political, and economic histories and contexts of Aotearoa New Zealand.
    Credits
    0.2500 EFTS
    Term
    Semester Two
    Department
    Language, Social and Political Sciences
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    Health Systems and Policy (Health Sciences HLTH213-19S1 (C))

    School of Health Sciences
    This course introduces students to the history and organisation of health services and public health, with particular relevance to New Zealand. Students will develop an understanding of the structure and function of the New Zealand health system, including the provision, planning, and funding of health services.
    Credits
    0.1250 EFTS
    Term
    Semester One
    Department
    School of Health Sciences
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    Professional Writing (Writing WRIT402-19S2 (C))

    Humanities and Creative Arts
    This course will develop students' capacity to produce professional writing according to a range of practices, within a variety of contexts and genres, and in response to the needs and expectations of diverse audience groups.
    Credits
    0.2500 EFTS
    Term
    Semester Two
    Department
    Humanities and Creative Arts
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    Genetics, Evolution and Ecology of Invasive Species (Biological Sciences BIOL332-19S2 (C))

    School of Biological Sciences
    An introduction to the genetics and evolution of biological invasions, including the use of molecular tools to answer applied questions regarding the source, spread, and effects of introduced organisms within an ecological context.
    Credits
    0.1250 EFTS
    Term
    Semester Two
    Department
    School of Biological Sciences

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