Courses with a focus on New Zealand land, animals, and business

New Zealand is one of the youngest nations in the world from both a geological and sociological perspective.  Change is a constant theme here, which offers you a unique opportunity to witness first-hand the building of a nation of unsurpassed environmental and cultural diversity.

The flora and fauna of our country has developed in relative isolation since New Zealand split from Gondwana around 85 million years ago.  Many native species are extremely rare and found nowhere else in the world.

Our home is a melting pot of mainly Māori, European, Pacific Island and Asian influences. New Zealand’s fascinating cultural diversity, geographic isolation and awe-inspiring landscapes, have all contributed to today’s rich and vibrant creative arts scene.

Agriculture and Animals

Kiwi love.jpg 112.302 Food and Agribusiness Strategies
117.152 Animals and Agriculture
117.255 Animal Health, Behaviour and Welfare
117.371 Animal Production
119.180 Introduction to Agribusiness
199.206 The Fauna of New Zealand
199.317 Animal Biodiversity
283.101 Plants in Agriculture
286.101 Equine Production

Business, Communication and Sport

114.254 Managing Employment Relations
114.330 Equity and Diversity in the Workplace
152.203 Business and Society
219.204 News Media Processes
219.304 Cross-Cultural Communication
234.131 Introduction to Sport Management
234.232 Sport Business
234.331 Sport in the Social Context
251.271 Occupational Safety and Health I

Land and the Environment

NZ beach.jpg 121.103 New Zealand Environments
120.218 The Flora of New Zealand
121.211 New Zealand Environmental Issues
132.111 Planning and the Environment
132.305 Natural Resource Policy and Planning
132.312 Environmental and Planning Law
189.151 Soil Properties and Processes
189.252 Land, Soil and Water
196.205 Ecology and Conservation
196.316 New Zealand Plant Ecology
228.251 Sustainable Energy Systems
233.250 Understanding New Zealand Geology

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