Marking scheme and terminology changes you need to know about

From 2017 we are implementing a new marking scheme for the allocation of final grades and changing some of our terminology. Find out more about these changes and what they mean for you.

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160.133 Processes in Mathematics (15 credits)

A mathematical foundation for further studies in mathematics, statistics, natural and computing sciences, business and education. It combines a blend of concepts, techniques and applications. Topics from algebra and calculus include matrices, vectors and geometry, complex numbers, techniques and applications of differentiation and integration. The course follows from 160.132; well-prepared students from high school can enter 160.133 directly.

Requirements Requirements help

Expected prior learning Requirements help

  • Students who have achieved at least 18 credits in NCEA Level 3 Mathematics, including: (1) merit or excellence for the Differentiation and Integration standards AS91578 and AS91579; and (2) at least one of AS91575 Trigonometry, AS91577 Complex Numbers, AS91587 Simultaneous Equations, may apply to enrol in 160.133 directly.

Offerings Offerings help

YearSemesterModeLocation
2017 OneInternal AUCK
2017 TwoInternal AUCK

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