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Māori Resource and Environmental Management

235.211 Maori Agribusiness Systems 15 credits
An introduction to Maori agribusiness systems including the values, science and business processes aligned to these. Particular emphasis will be placed on the concepts of land and resource utility, kaitiakitanga and the relationship of these kaupapa Maori based systems to the present day. These systems will be discussed in context with Te Tiriti o Waitangi and present day legislation.
235.311 Maori Policy and Agribusiness 15 credits
This course examines the key issues and practice of Maori agribusiness policy. The roles and responsibilities of policy agencies in relation to Maori policy, research and development, implementation and monitoring relative to agribusiness are considered. Alternative policy approaches to achieving Maori driven outcomes are examined and presented. These processes will be discussed in context with Te Tiriti o Waitangi and natural resource management.
235.312 Case Studies in Maori Agribusiness 15 credits
This course explores Maori agribusiness through a series of case studies in the field with an emphasis on the temporal understanding of Maori agribusiness. Each case study has an emphasis on analysis and decision making and is applied to a range of Maori agribusinesses.
235.701 Maori Values and Resource Management 15 credits
In this applied course students will learn about Māori concepts and values associated with the management of natural resources. Students will gain an appreciation of the importance of indigenous values, and in particular Māori values and management approaches to sustainable resource management. Case studies will be undertaken to develop skills in the management of natural resources.
235.702 Maori Resource and Environmental Management - Whenua 15 credits
This course offers the opportunity for postgraduate students to learn and apply Maori concepts, values and science processes to the management of whenua or land and whenua sustainability. These values will be discussed in context with Te Tiriti o Waitangi and present day legislation. Case studies will be undertaken to develop skills in the management of Maori whenua or land resources.
235.703 Maori Resource and Environmental Management - Fresh Water 15 credits
A course that offers the opportunity for postgraduate students to learn about the Maori concepts, values and science processes associated with the management of fresh water. Particular emphasis is placed on the importance of Maori values as they apply to sustainable fresh water management. These values will be discussed in context with Te Tiriti o Waitangi and present day legislation. Case studies will be undertaken to develop skills in the management of Maori fresh water resources.
235.704 Maori Resource and Environmental Management - Flora and Fauna 15 credits
This course offers the opportunity for postgraduate students to learn about the Maori concepts, values and science processes associated with the management of native flora and fauna. Particular emphasis is placed on the importance of Maori values and practices as they apply to sustainable management of native flora and fauna resources. These values will be discussed in context with Te Tiriti o Waitangi and present day legislation. Case studies will be undertaken to develop skills in the Maori component of management of native flora and fauna.
235.705 Maori Resource and Environmental Management - Foreshore and Oceans 15 credits
A course that offers the opportunity for postgraduate students to learn about the Māori concepts, values and science processes associated with the management of the foreshore and ocean resources. Particular emphasis is placed on the importance of Māori values and practices as they apply to sustainable management of foreshore and ocean resources. These values will be discussed in context with Te Tiriti o Waitangi and present day legislation. Case studies will be undertaken to develop skills in the Māori component of management of foreshore and ocean resources.
235.706 Maara kai - Traditional and Contemporary Maori Food Production 15 credits
A course that offers the opportunity for postgraduate students to learn about traditional and contemporary Māori food production including the values and science processes aligned to this activity. Particular emphasis will be placed on the concepts of land and crop management systems, kaitiakitanga and the relationship of these kaupapa Māori based systems to the present day. These systems will be discussed in context with Te Tiriti o Waitangi and present day legislation.
235.707 Maori Natural Resource Policy 30 credits
This course examines the key issues and practice of Maori resources policy. The roles and responsibilities of policy agencies in relation to Maori resources policy research, development, implementation and monitoring are considered. Alternative policy approaches to achieving Maori and natural resource management outcomes are examined through selected case studies. These processes will be discussed in context with Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

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