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In this course, students will examine the interface between Maori and Resource and Environmental Planning. There is a particular emphasis on students developing an ability to critically analyse environmental and other topics that emerge from this interface, and acquiring practical knowledge to work effectively with Maori communities on Planning-related issues.
Note: You can't enrol in a 200-level course until you have passed at least 45 credits at 100-level (or above). Additionally you can't enrol for a 300-level course until you have passed at least 45 credits at 200-level (or above). If a course has prerequisites, these can be counted towards the 45 credits.
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