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Key to the tables

P Prerequisite: Course(s) you must complete to a defined standard (or have waived) before your enrolment in another course is confirmed.

C Corequisite: Course(s) that must be completed in the same semester as another course, unless already passed or waived.

R Restriction: Similar courses, that cannot both be credited to the same qualification.

The Degree of Bachelor of Arts
BA

Qualification Regulations

Part I

These regulations are to be read in conjunction with all other Statutes and Regulations of the University including General Regulations for Undergraduate Degrees, Undergraduate Diplomas, Undergraduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas, and Graduate Certificates.

Part II

Admission

1. Admission to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts requires that the candidates will meet the University admission requirements as specified.

Qualification Requirements

2. Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts shall follow a flexible programme of study, which shall consist of courses totalling at least 360 credits, comprising:

(a) not more than 165 credits at 100 level;

(b) at least 75 credits at 300 level;

and including:

(c) at least 240 credits from the Schedule to the Degree;

(d) completion of at least one major;

(e) core courses as listed in Schedule A for the Qualification;

(f) attending field trips, studios, workshops, tutorials and laboratories as required.

3. For the purposes of meeting Regulation 2 (c), where a course with the prefix 114, 121, 152, 153, 190, 219, 249 or 258 is included in the schedule for a Bachelor of Arts major or minor, for candidates completing that major or minor the course is considered to be from the Schedule for the Bachelor of Arts degree. For all other candidates such courses will be regarded as being from outside the Schedule for the Bachelor of Arts.

4. Candidates who have been awarded or qualified for a Bachelor's degree, or equivalent may be granted exemption from the requirement to include courses 230.111 and 230.112 in their programme of study.

Specialisations

5. Candidates may complete a major by passing at least 135 credits in a major including:

(a) at least 15 credits at 100 level;

(b) at least 30 credits at 200 level;

(c) at least 60 credits at 300 level;

(d) any compulsory courses identified in the Schedule to the Major.

The requirements for each major are set out in Schedule B for the Qualification.

6. Candidates may complete a double major by passing at least 135 credits in each of two of the majoring subjects listed in Regulation 7 including:

(a) at least 15 credits at 100 level for each major;

(b) at least 30 credits at 200 level for each major;

(c) at least 60 credits at 300 level for each major;

(d) any compulsory courses identified in the Schedule to the Degree;

and, only where a course is listed in the requirements for both majors:

(e) an additional course of at least the same credit value, at the same or higher level, with the same discipline prefix.

7. Majors available are: Chinese, Classical Studies, Creative Writing, Defence Studies, Economics, Education, Educational Psychology, English, Environmental Studies, Geography, History, Japanese, Linguistics, Māori Knowledge, Mathematics, Media Studies, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Security Studies, Social Anthropology, Social Policy, Sociology, Spanish, Statistics.

8. Notwithstanding Regulations 5 to 7, a candidate may complete a major in Business Psychology by completing 195 credits, including:

(a) 30 credits at 100 level;

(b) 75 credits at 200 level;

(c) 90 credits at 300 level;

(d) any compulsory courses listed in the Schedule to the Degree.

9. Candidates may include a maximum of two minors in the Degree of Bachelor of Arts.

10. The minor(s) must be in a different subject area from the major(s).

11. Minors may be included from the Bachelor of Business or the Bachelor of Science degree.

12. Where the minor is from another undergraduate degree the regulations of that programme for the minor will apply, unless the minor is also available in the Bachelor of Arts, in which case the Bachelor of Arts regulations will apply.

13. A minor must include:

(a) a minimum of 75 credits;

(b) at least 45 credits above 100 level;

(c) 15 credits at 300 level;

(d) any additional requirements as specified in Part Two to the Schedule to the Degree.

14. Minors available are: Asian Studies, Chinese, Classical Studies, Creative Writing, Defence Studies, Development Studies, Economics, Education, Educational Psychology, Emergency Management, English, Environmental Studies, French, Geography, History, Japanese, Linguistics, Māori Knowledge, Mathematics, Media Studies, New Zealand Studies, Philosophy, Planning Studies, Politics, Portuguese, Psychology, Public and Professional Writing, Rehabilitation Studies, Security Studies, Social Anthropology, Social Policy, Sociology, Spanish, Statistics, Te Reo Māori, and Theatre Studies.

15. No course may be credited to more than one major, to a major and a minor, or to more than one minor.

Student Progression

16. Core courses 230.110, 230.111 and 230.112 must be completed within the first 120 credits, and 230.210 within the first 240 credits of study towards the degree.

Completion Requirements

17. The timeframes for completion as outlined in the General Regulations for Undergraduate Degrees, Undergraduate Diplomas, Undergraduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas, and Graduate Certificates will apply.

18. Candidates may be graduated when they meet the Admission, Qualification and Academic requirements within the prescribed timeframes; candidates who do not meet the requirements for graduation may, subject to the approval of Academic Board, be awarded the Diploma in Arts or the Certificate in Arts should they meet the relevant Qualification requirements.

Unsatisfactory Academic Progress

19. The general Unsatisfactory Academic Progress regulations will apply.

Transitional Provisions

20. Candidates enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts prior to 1 January 2017 who have completed at least 45 credits towards the Media Studies major may be exempted from the requirement to include 154.101 and may be permitted variation in excess of the stated limits in order to complete the requirements of the major. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2020.

21. Candidates who completed courses towards the Bachelor of Arts Asian Studies Minor prior to January 2017 may be permitted variation in excess of the stated limits in order to include these courses in the Minor. These transition arrangements expire 31 December 2020.

22. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Studies provisions specified in the Part I regulations for the degree, candidates enrolled in a double major in Bachelor of Arts prior to 1 January 2017 who have completed at least 30 credits towards the degree may complete that double major by passing at least 120 credits in each of two of the majoring subjects listed in Regulation 7 including:

(a) at least 45 credits at 300 level for each major;

(b) any compulsory courses identified in the Schedule to the Degree.

These transitional arrangements expire 31 December 2023.

23. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Studies Provisions specified in the Part I regulations for the degree, candidates enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts prior to 1 January 2018 who have completed at least 45 credits towards the Education major or 30 credits towards the Education minor may be permitted variation in excess of the stated limits in order to complete the requirements of the major or minor. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2020.

24. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Studies provisions specified in the Part I regulations for the degree, candidates enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts who have passed at least 15 credits towards a History major or minor, or a New Zealand Studies minor prior to 1 January 2018 may be permitted to substitute any course already completed towards the major or minor for a course at the same level included in the History or New Zealand Studies Schedule, including compulsory courses. These transitional provisions expire on 31 December 2020.

25. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Studies provisions specified in the Part I regulations for the degree, candidates enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts who have passed at least 15 credits towards a Defence Studies major or minor prior to 1 January 2018 may be permitted to substitute any course already completed towards the major or minor for a course at the same level or higher included in the Defence Schedule, including compulsory courses. These transitional provisions expire on 31 December 2020.

26. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Studies provisions specified in the Part I regulations for the degree, candidates who have completed at least 15 credits towards a Bachelor of Arts, Business Psychology major prior to 1 January 2018 may be permitted to substitute a course or courses already completed towards the major for a course or courses at the same level included in the Schedule for the major. These transition arrangements expire 31 December 2022.

27. Candidates enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts prior to 1 January 2018 who have completed at least 45 credits towards the Social Policy major or 30 credits towards the Social Policy minor may be permitted variation in excess of the stated limits in order to complete the requirements of the major or minor. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2021.

28. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Studies provisions specified in the Part I regulations for the degree, candidates enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts who have passed at least 15 credits towards a Sociology major or minor prior to 1 January 2019 may be permitted to substitute any course already completed towards the major or minor for a course at the same level or higher included in the Sociology Schedule, including compulsory courses. These transitional provisions expire on 31 December 2021.

29. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Studies provisions specified in the Part I regulations for the degree, candidates enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts prior to 1 January 2019 who have completed at least 15 credits towards the Defence Studies major or minor may be permitted to substitute a course or courses already completed towards the major or minor for a course or courses at the same level included in the Defence Studies Schedule. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2022.

30. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Studies provisions specified in the Part I regulations for the degree, candidates enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts prior to 1 January 2019 who have completed at least 15 credits towards the Security Studies major or minor may be permitted to substitute a course or courses already completed towards the major or minor for a course or courses at the same level included in the Security Studies Schedule. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2022.

31. Candidates enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts prior to 1 January 2019 who have completed at least 45 credits towards the Media Studies major or minor may be permitted to substitute a course or courses already completed for a course or courses at the same level included in the Media Studies Schedule. For such candidates, the substitution of a 200-level course already completed towards the major for the compulsory course 154.250 may be permitted. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2022.

32. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Studies provisions specified in the Part I regulations for the degree, candidates enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts who have completed 219.202 towards the Public and Professional Writing Minor prior to 1 January 2019 may be permitted to substitute this course for the compulsory course 139.246, or credit it as an elective course towards the minor. These transitional arrangements expire 31 December 2021.

33. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Studies provisions specified in the Part I regulations for the degree, candidates enrolled in the English major prior to 1 January 2020 will be permitted to substitute 139.201 and/or 139.301 for course(s) at the same level included in the List A schedule. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2024.

34. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Study provisions specified in the Part I regulations to the degree, candidates who commenced study towards the Māori Knowledge major or minor prior to 01 January 2020 may elect to be awarded the alternative specialisation title of Māori Studies on completion. Such candidates who have completed 150.114 will be permitted to substitute this course for 150.103 and those who have completed 300.209 will be permitted to credit this course to the Minor. These transition arrangements expire 01 December 2024.

35. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Study provisions specified in the Part I regulations to the degree, candidates who commenced study towards the Geography major or minor prior to 01 January 2020  will be permitted to substitute 145.218 for 145.203 and/or 145.121 for 233.105, if already completed. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2024.

36. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Study provisions specified in the Part I regulations to the degree, candidates who commenced study towards the Environmental Studies major prior to 01 January 2020 will be permitted to substitute 176.206, 176.308 and/or 121.211 for one or more of 121.210, 132.111 and/or 145.202, if already completed. Such candidates will be permitted to substitute a course or courses at the same level that has already been completed for 134.218, 176.308, and/or 146.318. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2024.

37. Subject to the Maximum Time to Completion and Abandonment of Study provisions specified in the Part I regulations to the degree, candidates who commenced study towards the Environmental Studies minor prior to 01 January 2020 will be permitted to substitute 121.211 for 134.218. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2024.

Schedule for the Bachelor of Arts

Schedule A: Core courses

230.110 Tūrangawaewae: Identity & Belonging in Aotearoa NZ15 credits

230.111 Tū Kupu: Writing and Inquiry15 credits
R 230.100, 119.155, 119.177, 237.130, 247.155, 250.100, 247.177

230.112 Tū Arohae: Critical Thinking15 credits
R 134.103

230.210 Tū Rangaranga: Global Encounters15 credits
P 230.110

230.310 Tū Tira Mai: Practising Engagement15 credits
P 230.210

Schedule B: Specialisations

Majors

Business Psychology (195 credits)

Compulsory courses (90 credits from)

114.241 Principles of Human Resources Management15 credits

152.250 Managing Organisations15 credits
R 152.200

175.101 Psychology as a Social Science15 credits

175.102 Psychology as a Natural Science15 credits

175.201 Social Psychology15 credits

175.203 Introduction to Psychological Research15 credits
P 175.102

Compulsory course selections

At least 30 credits from

114.330 Equity and Diversity in the Workplace15 credits

114.396 Strategic Human Resource Management15 credits
P 114.241

152.304 Managing Services15 credits

152.325 Designing and Developing Organisations15 credits
P Any 200 level course from the 152 course prefix series R 152.360, 152.303, 152.341

152.336 Leadership Practice15 credits
R 152.328 and 152.329

At least 30 credits from

175.306 Assessment of Individual Differences15 credits
P 175.203

175.343 Personnel Psychology and Career Development15 credits
P 175.203

175.345 Organisational Psychology15 credits
P 175.203

Subject courses

175.205 Brain and Behaviour15 credits
P 175.102

175.206 Memory and Cognition15 credits
P 175.102

175.210 Ngā Tirohanga Rua o te Taha Hinengaro: Bicultural Perspectives in Psychology15 credits
R 175.312

175.301 Community Psychology15 credits
P 175.203

175.302 Abnormal and Therapeutic Psychology15 credits
P 175.203

175.303 The Practice of Psychological Research15 credits
P 175.203

175.309 Forensic Psychology15 credits
P 175.203

175.311 Psychology of Women15 credits
P 175.203

175.316 Evolution, Culture and Mind15 credits
P 175.203

175.317 Health Psychology15 credits
P 175.203

175.318 Experimental Psychology15 credits
P 175.203

Chinese (135 credits)

Compulsory course selections (At least 15 credits from)

241.103 Ancient Chinese World pre-republic (1912)15 credits
R 169.143

241.208 Contemporary Chinese Society in Literature and Film15 credits
R 241.203, 241.204

Subject courses

241.101 Chinese 1A15 credits
P Appraisal required R 241.102, 241.201, 241.202, 241.301, 241.302, 241.304, 241.305

241.102 Chinese 1B15 credits
P 241.101 or appraisal required R 241.201, 241.202, 241.301, 241.302, 241.304, 241.305

241.105 Business Chinese15 credits
R 169.254, 241.205

241.106 Chinese for Heritage Speakers A15 credits
P Appraisal required R 241.101, 241.102, 241.201, 241.202, 241.301

241.107 China under Transformation: Economy, Society and Diplomacy15 credits

241.201 Chinese 2A15 credits
P 241.102 or appraisal required R 241.202, 241.301, 241.302, 241.304, 241.305

241.202 Chinese 2B15 credits
P 241.201 or appraisal required R 241.301, 241.302, 241.304, 241.305, 241.306

241.206 Chinese for Heritage Speakers B15 credits
P 241.106 or appraisal required R 241.101, 241.102, 241.201, 241.202, 241.301, 241.302

241.207 Chinese Diaspora15 credits

241.301 Chinese 3A15 credits
P 241.202 or appraisal required R 241.302

241.302 Chinese 3B15 credits
P 241.301 or appraisal required R 241.341, 241.342, 169.341, 169.342

241.304 Contrastive Study of Chinese and English15 credits
P 241.301 and 241.302 or appraisal required R 169.344

241.305 Translation from and into Chinese15 credits
P 241.301 and 241.302 or appraisal required R 169.343

241.395 Individual Research Project in Chinese Studies15 credits
P Resource approval required R 169.397

Classical Studies (135 credits)

Compulsory course selections

At least 15 credits from

201.112 Greek History15 credits

201.113 Greek Mythology15 credits

201.114 The Roman Republic: Kings, Consuls and Conquest15 credits

201.115 Introductory Latin15 credits

201.117 Greek and Roman Warfare15 credits

At least 30 credits from

201.201 The Pursuit of Happiness in the Classical World15 credits

201.211 Love and Sexuality in Ancient Greece15 credits

201.212 Intermediate Latin15 credits
P 201.115, or demonstration of a comparable level of Latin skills attained at the secondary or tertiary level. R 201.116

201.216 The Trojan War15 credits

201.218 Greek and Roman Religion15 credits
R 201.318

201.219 Greek Art and Society15 credits
R 201.319

201.220 Roman Art and Society15 credits
R 201.320

201.230 Ancient Multiculturalism: Egypt, Greece and Rome15 credits

At least 60 credits from

201.313 Greek Tragedy, Then and Now15 credits
R 201.213

201.314 Imperial Rome15 credits
R 201.214

201.316 Leaders and Leadership in the Classical World15 credits

201.318 Greek and Roman Religion15 credits
R 201.218

201.319 Greek Art and Society15 credits
R 201.219

201.320 Roman Art and Society15 credits
R 201.220

Subject courses

134.309 Ancient Philosophy15 credits
P Any 200-level 134 prefix course or 201.201 R 134.209

201.103 Magic and Witchcraft15 credits
R 135.103

Creative Writing (135 credits)

Compulsory courses (45 credits from)

139.123 Creative Writing I15 credits

139.280 Creative Nonfiction: Creative Writing II 15 credits
R 139.327

139.380 Starting Your Manuscript: Creative Writing III 15 credits
P Any 200-level Creative Writing course

Subject courses (90 credits from)

139.109 Prize-Winning Fiction15 credits

139.139 Introduction to English Studies15 credits
R 139.171

At least 15 credits from

139.223 Creative Processes15 credits

139.224 Making Plays for Theatre15 credits

139.225 Writing for Children15 credits

139.229 Writing Poetry15 credits
P 139.123 or 139.133

139.285 Fiction Writing15 credits

At least 45 credits from

139.323 Script Writing15 credits

139.326 Travel Writing15 credits

139.329 Advanced Fiction Writing15 credits
P 139.123 or 139.133 and any 200-level 139-prefix course

139.333 Creativity in the Community15 credits
P Any one of 139.123, 139.104, 139.133, 154.204, or 139.223

139.340 The Publishing Project15 credits
P Any 200-level course with a 139 prefix or 219.202

139.362 Oceanic Literatures of Aotearoa: Ngā Tuhinga Kōrero o te Moana nui a Kiwa15 credits

139.381 Advanced Studies in Creative Writing15 credits

139.386 Life Writing15 credits
R 139.226

Plus 30 credits at any level from the Creative Writing schedule

Defence Studies (135 credits)

Compulsory courses

294.115 War and Society 15 credits

294.215 Global Defence Challenges15 credits
P 149.115 or 294.115

Subject courses

294.100 Fundamentals of Command15 credits

294.140 Military Power15 credits

294.151 History of Warfare15 credits

294.245 Irregular Warfare15 credits

294.255 Conventional Warfare15 credits

294.301 Legacies of War15 credits

294.302 Civil-Military Relations15 credits

294.303 Small, Civil and Dirty Wars15 credits

294.304 Cyber and Information Security15 credits
R 149.295, 149.360

294.309 Defence and Security Capstone Project15 credits

294.325 Peacekeeping15 credits

294.350 The History of Defence and Security Intelligence15 credits

Economics (135 credits)

Compulsory courses (60 credits from)

115.113 Economics of Business15 credits
R 115.106

178.100 Principles of Macroeconomics15 credits

178.200 Intermediate Macroeconomics15 credits
P 178.100

178.201 Intermediate Microeconomics15 credits
P 115.113 or 115.106

Compulsory course selection (At least 15 credits from)

178.300 Advanced Macroeconomics15 credits
P 178.200

178.308 Economic Analysis of Money, Banking and Financial Markets15 credits
P Any 178.2xx course R 178.300

178.360 Natural Resource and Environmental Economics15 credits

178.370 Development Economics15 credits

Subject courses

178.110 The New Zealand Economy15 credits

178.111 Quantitative Methods for Economics15 credits

178.210 Economic Policy15 credits
P 178.100 or 78.102 or 178.110

178.221 Methods of Economic Analysis15 credits
P 115.113 or 115.106 or any 178.1xx course

178.240 Managerial Economics15 credits
P 115.113 or 115.106 or 178.101

178.242 Land Economics15 credits
P Any 178.1xx course or 115.113 or 115.106

178.250 Contemporary Economic Issues15 credits

178.280 Introduction to Econometrics15 credits
P 115.101 or 161.101 or 178.111; and 115.106 or 115.113

178.301 Microeconomic Theory and Applications15 credits
P 178.201

178.307 Markets, Firms and Consumers15 credits
P 178.201 or 178.204 or 125.230; or (115.113 or 115.106 or 178.101) and 178.280

178.328 Project Evaluation15 credits
P Any 178.1xx course

178.352 Survey of International Economics15 credits
P 178.200, 178.201, and either 178.250 or 178.280; and either 178.300 or 178.301 C 178.300 or 178.301 R 178.350

178.358 International Trade in Agri-food Products15 credits
P Any 178.1xx course or 119.156 R 178.357

Education (135 credits)

Compulsory courses (30 credits from)

254.101 An Introduction to Social and Cultural Studies in Education15 credits
R 181.101, 187.101

275.102 Human Development15 credits
R 208.102, 209.102

Compulsory course selections

At least 30 credits from

249.286 Equity and Diversity in Education15 credits

254.201 Philosophy of Education15 credits
R 187.201

254.203 Sociologically Imagining Education15 credits
R 187.203

254.210 Historical Perspectives on Education15 credits

256.201 Educational Psychology15 credits
R 186.230, 186.201

263.200 Teaching as an Act of Influencing Others15 credits

269.274 The Treaty of Waitangi: Implications for Education15 credits
R 150.201

275.203 Development in Childhood15 credits
P 275.102

275.208 Development in Adolescence15 credits
P 275.102 R 208.308, 208.208, 209.308

At least 60 credits from

254.304 Critical Theories of Education15 credits
R 187.304, 278.363

254.336 Learning in the Digital World15 credits
R 186.336

254.337 Teaching and Learning with Pasifika Peoples in NZ15 credits

254.340 Politics of Education15 credits

263.301 Learning and Motivation15 credits
P Any 200-level course from Education

263.315 Teaching and Learning in Everyday Settings15 credits

267.390 Educational Research Literacy15 credits

269.332 Māori Issues in Education15 credits

275.304 Development of Gender15 credits

275.320 Risk and Resilience across the Lifespan15 credits

276.330 Mathematics and Literacy in Society15 credits

Educational Psychology (135 credits)

Compulsory courses (105 credits from)

175.102 Psychology as a Natural Science15 credits

175.203 Introduction to Psychological Research15 credits
P 175.102

175.306 Assessment of Individual Differences15 credits
P 175.203

256.201 Educational Psychology15 credits
R 186.230, 186.201

256.303 Sustainable Learning15 credits
P 256.201

256.304 Positive Behaviour for Learning15 credits
P 256.201

275.102 Human Development15 credits
R 208.102, 209.102

Compulsory course selections

At least 15 credits from

175.201 Social Psychology15 credits

175.205 Brain and Behaviour15 credits
P 175.102

175.206 Memory and Cognition15 credits
P 175.102

175.210 Ngā Tirohanga Rua o te Taha Hinengaro: Bicultural Perspectives in Psychology15 credits
R 175.312

249.284 Introduction to Equity and Inclusion in Education15 credits

249.287 Early Intervention15 credits

At least 15 credits from

249.384 Consultation and Collaboration in Inclusive Education15 credits

258.301 Language, Literacy and Cognitive Development15 credits
P Any 200-level course from Education

263.301 Learning and Motivation15 credits
P Any 200-level course from Education

263.331 Assessment and Learning15 credits
R 186.331

English (135 credits)

Compulsory courses (30 credits from)

139.139 Introduction to English Studies15 credits
R 139.171

139.239 Literary Landmarks: Words that Changed the World15 credits

List A: Subject courses (At least 60 credits from)

139.109 Prize-Winning Fiction15 credits

139.142 Imaginary Worlds: Science Fiction and Fantasy15 credits

139.202 Romantic Writing: Self and Nature15 credits

139.211 Shakespeare15 credits
R 139.301

139.253 American Literature15 credits

139.255 Critical Periods in Aotearoa New Zealand Literature15 credits

139.270 Young Adult Fiction15 credits

139.275 Gothic15 credits

139.303 Modern Drama15 credits

139.305 Twentieth Century Literature15 credits

139.306 Writing Shakespeare's England15 credits
R 139.201

139.307 Territory, Modernity, and Victorian Literature15 credits

139.352 Postcolonial Literature15 credits

139.362 Oceanic Literatures of Aotearoa: Ngā Tuhinga Kōrero o te Moana nui a Kiwa15 credits

139.374 Tragedy15 credits

139.376 Sexual/Textual Politics15 credits
R 139.361

List B: Subject courses

139.104 Drama in Performance15 credits

139.123 Creative Writing I15 credits

139.209 Speaking: Theory and Practice15 credits

139.229 Writing Poetry15 credits
P 139.123 or 139.133

139.244 Writing for the Public15 credits
P 230.100 or 230.111 or 119.155 or 247.155 or 119.177 or 219.100 or 192.102 or 247.177

139.340 The Publishing Project15 credits
P Any 200-level course with a 139 prefix or 219.202

154.101 Introduction to Media Studies15 credits

154.308 Screen Fictions15 credits
P Any 200-level Media Studies course

Environmental Studies (135 credits)

Compulsory courses (60 credits from)

121.210 Environmental Issues15 credits
R 121.311

132.111 Oranga Taiao, Oranga Tangata: Planning and the Environment15 credits

145.111 Society, Environment and Place15 credits

145.202 Working With Geographic Data15 credits
R 132.106

Compulsory course selection (At least 30 credits from)

134.218 Environmental Philosophy15 credits
R 134.318

146.318 Environmental Anthropology15 credits

176.308 Sociology of the Environment15 credits

Subject courses

121.310 Environmental Solutions15 credits
P 121.210 R 121.211

131.321 Strategies for Sustainable Development15 credits

132.112 Planning for Sustainable Development15 credits

132.305 Natural Resource Policy and Planning15 credits

145.213 Resource Conservation and Sustainability15 credits
R 145.313

145.214 Social Change and Environment15 credits

145.216 Urban Environments15 credits

146.102 Endangered Cultures15 credits

150.201 Te Kawenata o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand Society15 credits
R 269.274

Geography (135 credits)

Compulsory courses (30 credits from)

145.111 Society, Environment and Place15 credits

233.105 Our Dynamic Earth15 credits

Compulsory course selection (At least 15 credits from)

145.301 Research Practice in Human Geography15 credits

145.303 Field Work: Alpine Physical Geography15 credits
P 145.222

145.304 Applied Field Geomorphology15 credits
P At least two from: 145.222, 145.223, 145.230

145.320 Quaternary Biogeography and Environmental Change15 credits
P 145.223 or 145.224

145.327 Catchment Dynamics15 credits
P 145.222

Subject courses

121.313 Applied River Management15 credits
P 196.205 or 145.222

145.202 Working With Geographic Data15 credits
R 132.106

145.203 Geographies of Inequality15 credits

145.213 Resource Conservation and Sustainability15 credits
R 145.313

145.214 Social Change and Environment15 credits

145.216 Urban Environments15 credits

145.222 Rivers and Slopes15 credits
P 145.121

145.223 Climate Change and Natural Hazards15 credits
P 145.121 or 233.101

145.224 Biogeography15 credits

145.230 Coastal Environments15 credits
P 145.121

145.311 Geographies of Globalisation15 credits

145.318 Geopolitics15 credits

230.121 Future State: New Zealand in the 21st Century15 credits

230.301 Social Science at Work15 credits
P 30 Credits at 200-level from 145, 146, 176, and/or 200 prefix courses.

History (135 credits)

Subject courses

148.116 The Medieval World and its Legacy15 credits

148.141 A History of New Zealand's Peoples15 credits

148.142 The American Century15 credits

148.143 The Past as Entertainment: History Through Movies, Mini-series and Games15 credits
R 148.120

148.217 Victoria's World15 credits

148.218 The Vikings15 credits

148.220 The Second World War15 credits

148.221 The Black Death and Other Plagues, 1300-170015 credits

148.241 Revolution, Rights and the Atlantic World15 credits

148.242 The Age of Jihad and Crusade15 credits
R 148.212, 148.223, 135.211

148.243 The Sixties: Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll?15 credits

148.244 The Great War 1914-1918: a Military and Social History15 credits
R 148.251, 148.335

148.245 Māori and Colonisation15 credits
R 148.337

148.246 Iwi History15 credits

148.248 Reformers, Radicals & Revolutionaries: Protest in New Zealand15 credits

148.308 New Zealand Military History: 1899 to 200115 credits

148.309 The New Zealand Wars15 credits
R 148.204

148.310 The Tudors and the Reformation15 credits
R 148.216

148.316 New Zealand Between the Wars15 credits

148.317 New Zealand Religious History15 credits

148.333 The Napoleonic Wars15 credits

148.334 Sports History15 credits

148.339 Court Culture in Late Medieval Europe15 credits

Japanese (135 credits)

Compulsory course

242.103 Introduction to Japanese Culture15 credits
R 169.123

Subject courses

242.101 Japanese 1A15 credits
R 242.102, 242.201, 242.202, 242.301, 242.302, 242.304, 242.305, 242.306, 242.307

242.102 Japanese 1B15 credits
P 242.101 or appraisal required R 242.201, 242.202, 242.301, 242.302, 242.304, 242.305, 242.306, 242.307

242.201 Japanese 2A15 credits
P 242.102 or appraisal required R 242.202, 242.301, 242.302, 242.304, 242.305, 242.306, 242.307

242.202 Japanese 2B15 credits
P 242.201 or appraisal required R 242.301, 242.302, 242.304, 242.305, 242.306, 242.307

242.203 Japanese Language and Society15 credits
P 242.201 or appraisal required

242.205 Japanese Cinema15 credits
R 169.227

242.301 Japanese 3A15 credits
P 242.202 or appraisal required R 242.302

242.302 Japanese 3B15 credits
P 242.301 or appraisal required

242.304 Reading and Writing about Current Japan15 credits
P 242.202 or appraisal required

242.305 Readings in Modern Japanese Literature15 credits
P 242.202 or appraisal required

242.307 Japanese-English Translation Techniques15 credits
P 242.301 or appraisal required

242.390 Individual Research Project in Japanese Studies15 credits
P Resource approval required

Linguistics (135 credits)

Compulsory courses (30 credits from)

172.133 Introduction to Language Studies15 credits

172.234 Phonetics15 credits

Compulsory course selections

At least 30 credits from

172.232 Language and Society in New Zealand15 credits

172.233 Language Learning Processes15 credits

172.239 Language and Culture15 credits
R 172.132

At least 15 credits from

172.330 Sounds and Structures15 credits
P 172.234

172.337 Historical and Comparative Linguistics15 credits
P 172.234

Subject courses

172.131 Language and Communication15 credits

172.231 Linguistics for Speech Therapists15 credits
P 172.133 R 172.235

172.235 Linguistic Analysis of the English Language15 credits
R 172.231

172.236 Forensic Linguistics15 credits

172.237 Language, Discourse and Power15 credits

172.333 Discourse and Institutions15 credits
P Any 200 level 172-prefix course

172.335 Language and Identity15 credits
P 172.232 or 172.237

172.336 Languages of the Pacific15 credits
P Any 200-level Linguistics course.

172.338 Language and Mediated Communication in a Transcultural World15 credits
P Any 200-level Linguistics course

Māori Knowledge (135 credits)

Compulsory courses (60 credits from)

150.114 He Tirohanga Taketake: Māori Perspectives15 credits

150.201 Te Kawenata o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand Society15 credits
R 269.274

300.110 Te Reo Whakahoahoa: Socialising in Te Reo15 credits

300.209 Te Reo Torangapu: Political Te Reo15 credits
P 300.110 or 300.111

Compulsory course selections

At least 15 credits from

148.245 Māori and Colonisation15 credits
R 148.337

150.202 Mauri ora: Māori Wellbeing and Vitality 15 credits
P 15 credits from 150.1xx

150.204 Mana Māori: Māori and Politics15 credits
P Any 100-level BA course

150.213 Tikanga-ā-Iwi: Tribal Development15 credits
P 150.114 or 146.101; nil for GDip Maori Devpt; nil for GradDipArts

150.216 He Huarahi Rangahau: Māori and Research15 credits
P Three courses at 100-level including one course from Māori Studies

At least 60 credits from

150.301 Te Mana Te Kawanatanga: Māori Policy and the State15 credits
P 150.201; nil for GradDipArts

150.302 Whānau ora: Principles of Flourishing Whānau15 credits
P 150.202

150.303 Mana Wahine: Māori Women15 credits

150.304 Te Ao Hurihuri: Contemporary Māori Issues15 credits
P 150.201

269.332 Māori Issues in Education15 credits

Subject courses

139.362 Oceanic Literatures of Aotearoa: Ngā Tuhinga Kōrero o te Moana nui a Kiwa15 credits

150.106 Nga Hanga Whakairo: Traditional Māori Visual Art15 credits

150.112 Hauora Tangata: Foundations of Māori Health15 credits

150.205 Kura Mai Tawhiti: Māori Knowledge15 credits
P 15 credits at 100-level from the 150 or 300 course prefix series

150.206 Ngā Momo Whakairo: Contemporary Māori Visual Art15 credits
P 150.106

Mathematics (135 credits)

Compulsory course selections

Unless exempted for prerequisite purposes, at least 30 credits from

Option A

160.101 Calculus15 credits
R 160.112, 160.133, 228.172

160.102 Algebra15 credits
R 160.112, 160.133, 228.172

Option B

160.132 Concepts in Mathematics15 credits
R 160.101, 160.102, 160.103, 160.111, 160.112, 160.131, 228.171, 228.172. 160.132 may not be taken after 160.133 has been passed.

160.133 Processes in Mathematics15 credits
P 160.132, or 160.111, or 228.171, or 160.101, or 160.102, or 160.103, or A- or better in 160.131 R 160.112, 228.172, both of 160.101, 160.102. And, 160.133 may not be taken at the same time as any of 160.101, 160.102 or 160.111.

Option C

160.111 Mathematics 1A15 credits
P 160.103 or 160.131 or 160.132 R 160.101, 160.102, 228.171

160.112 Mathematics 1B15 credits
P 160.111 or 228.171 or any one of 160.101, 160.102 R 228.172, 160.133

Subject courses

160.103 Introductory University Mathematics15 credits
R A student who has passed 160.131, 160.132, 160.133, 160.101, 160.111, 160.112, 228.171 or 228.172 may not be also credited with a pass in 160.103 that is obtained in either the same or a subsequent examination period.

160.105 Methods of Mathematics15 credits
R 160.101, 160.102, 160.103, 160.111, 160.112, 160.131, 160.132, 160.133, 228.171, 228.172

160.131 Mathematics for Business I15 credits
R 160.103, 160.105, 160.132. A student who has passed 160.101, 160.111, 160.112 or 160.133 may not be also credited with a pass in 160.103 or 160.131 that is obtained in either the same or a subsequent examination period.

160.203 Multivariable Calculus15 credits
P One of 160.101, 160.112, 160.133 or 228.172

160.204 Differential Equations I15 credits
P 160.101 or 160.112 or 160.133 or 228.172

160.211 Linear Algebra15 credits
P One of 160.102, 160.112, 160.133 or 228.172

160.212 Discrete Mathematics15 credits
P One of (160.101, 160.102, 160.103, 160.105, 160.111, 160.112, 160.132, 160.133, 228.171 or 228.172) and one of (159.101, 159.171 or 230.112)

160.301 Real and Complex Analysis15 credits
P 160.203

160.302 Modern Algebra15 credits
P 160.211 or 160.212

160.314 Combinatorics15 credits
P 160.212

160.318 Differential Equations II15 credits
P 160.203 and 160.204

160.319 Mathematical Modelling15 credits
P 160.204 and one of (160.203, 160.211 or 160.212) and one of (159.101 or 159.171)

160.320 Mathematics in Education15 credits
P 160.2xx

160.380 Project15 credits

161.200 Statistical Models15 credits
P 160.1xx or 228.171 and one of 115.101, 161.100 - 161.130 R 161.231

Media Studies (135 credits)

Compulsory courses (30 credits from)

154.101 Introduction to Media Studies15 credits

154.250 Digital Media: Theory and Practice 15 credits

Subject courses

139.323 Script Writing15 credits

154.115 Stardom and Celebrity in the Media15 credits

154.120 Transmedia Narrative and Storytelling15 credits

154.202 Advertising and Consumer Society15 credits

154.203 Popular Culture and the Media15 credits

154.204 Digital Media Production I15 credits

154.206 International Film History15 credits

154.208 Screen Media15 credits

154.224 Documentary (Non-Fiction) Film15 credits

154.301 Culture, Power and The Media15 credits
P Any 200-level Media Studies course

154.302 Gender and Race in the Media15 credits

154.303 Hollywood Cinema15 credits
P Any 200-level Media Studies course

154.304 Digital Media Production II15 credits
P 154.204

154.308 Screen Fictions15 credits
P Any 200-level Media Studies course

154.311 Social Media and Digital Cultures15 credits
P Any 200-level Media Studies course

154.312 Trauma and the Media15 credits
P Any 200-level Media Studies course

154.313 Global Media Cultures15 credits
P Any 200-level Media Studies course

154.314 Independent Media in the Information Age15 credits
P Any 200-level Media Studies course

154.315 Popular Music Studies 15 credits
P 15 credits from 154.2XX R 154.205

154.316 New Zealand Cinema 15 credits
P 15 credits from 154.2XX R 154.212

154.317 Television Drama15 credits
R 154.201

154.333 Humour and the Media15 credits
P Any 200-level Media Studies course

Philosophy (135 credits)

Subject courses

134.101 Knowledge and Reality15 credits

134.102 Great Western Philosophy15 credits

134.104 Practical Ethics15 credits

134.105 Philosophy of Religion: God, Freedom and Evil15 credits
R 134.206, 134.306

134.106 Justice and Equality15 credits

134.201 Philosophy of Mind15 credits
R 134.301

134.203 Ethics15 credits
R 134.303

134.204 Aesthetics15 credits
R 134.304

134.205 Logic15 credits

134.207 International Justice15 credits

134.216 Modern Philosophy15 credits
R 134.316

134.218 Environmental Philosophy15 credits
R 134.318

134.220 Business and Professional Ethics15 credits
R 134.320, 134.219, 134.319

134.221 East Asian Philosophy15 credits

134.302 Metaphysics15 credits
P Any 200-level 134 prefix course R 134.202

134.303 Ethics15 credits
P Any two 200-level courses, at least one of which is in Philosophy R 134.203

134.305 Meta-ethics15 credits
P Any 200-level 134-prefix course

134.308 Philosophy of Science15 credits
R 134.208

134.309 Ancient Philosophy15 credits
P Any 200-level 134 prefix course or 201.201 R 134.209

134.310 Philosophy of Literature15 credits
R 134.210

134.312 Epistemology: Seeing and Knowing15 credits
P Any 200-level 134 prefix course R 134.212

134.317 Recent and Contemporary Philosophy15 credits
R 134.217

134.321 Indian Philosophy15 credits
P Any 200-level 134 prefix course

200.215 Political Theory from Plato to Marx15 credits

200.315 Contemporary Political Thought15 credits

Politics (135 credits)

Compulsory courses (30 credits from)

200.161 Introduction to Politics15 credits

200.162 Politics and Public Policy in New Zealand15 credits

Compulsory course selections

At least 30 credits from

200.201 Middle Eastern Politics15 credits

200.215 Political Theory from Plato to Marx15 credits

200.261 World Politics15 credits

At least 45 credits from

200.301 Contemporary International Conflict15 credits

200.302 Israel/Palestine and the Arab World15 credits

200.303 Democratic Politics15 credits

200.315 Contemporary Political Thought15 credits

200.361 Contemporary New Zealand Politics15 credits

Subject courses

145.318 Geopolitics15 credits

150.201 Te Kawenata o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand Society15 credits
R 269.274

230.121 Future State: New Zealand in the 21st Century15 credits

230.301 Social Science at Work15 credits
P 30 Credits at 200-level from 145, 146, 176, and/or 200 prefix courses.

Psychology (135 credits)

Compulsory courses (45 credits from)

175.101 Psychology as a Social Science15 credits

175.102 Psychology as a Natural Science15 credits

175.203 Introduction to Psychological Research15 credits
P 175.102

Subject courses

175.201 Social Psychology15 credits

175.205 Brain and Behaviour15 credits
P 175.102

175.206 Memory and Cognition15 credits
P 175.102

175.210 Ngā Tirohanga Rua o te Taha Hinengaro: Bicultural Perspectives in Psychology15 credits
R 175.312

175.301 Community Psychology15 credits
P 175.203

175.302 Abnormal and Therapeutic Psychology15 credits
P 175.203

175.303 The Practice of Psychological Research15 credits
P 175.203

175.304 The Psychology of Security15 credits

175.306 Assessment of Individual Differences15 credits
P 175.203

175.309 Forensic Psychology15 credits
P 175.203

175.311 Psychology of Women15 credits
P 175.203

175.313 Gender and Violence15 credits
P 175.203

175.316 Evolution, Culture and Mind15 credits
P 175.203

175.317 Health Psychology15 credits
P 175.203

175.318 Experimental Psychology15 credits
P 175.203

175.343 Personnel Psychology and Career Development15 credits
P 175.203

175.345 Organisational Psychology15 credits
P 175.203

Security Studies (135 credits)

Compulsory course

294.180 Introduction to Security Studies15 credits

Subject courses

175.304 The Psychology of Security15 credits

294.170 Introduction to Border Security15 credits

294.201 States, Borders and Resource Security 15 credits
R 149.271

294.202 Human Security15 credits

294.272 Intelligence in the Security Environment15 credits

294.304 Cyber and Information Security15 credits
R 149.295, 149.360

294.305 Transnational Crime15 credits

294.306 Security Governance and Management 15 credits
R 149.380

294.309 Defence and Security Capstone Project15 credits

294.350 The History of Defence and Security Intelligence15 credits

294.381 Terrorism and Political Violence15 credits

294.382 Biosecurity15 credits

Social Anthropology (135 credits)

Compulsory courses (45 credits from)

146.101 Introductory Social Anthropology15 credits

146.213 Anthropological Enquiry15 credits

146.303 Practice of Fieldwork15 credits

Compulsory course selection (At least 60 credits from)

146.102 Endangered Cultures15 credits

146.206 Visual Ethnography15 credits

146.208 Political Anthropology15 credits

146.209 Food and Eating15 credits

146.210 Ritual and Belief15 credits

146.211 Systems of Healing15 credits

146.302 Regional Ethnography: Asia15 credits

146.304 Culture, Biology and Racism15 credits

146.311 Medical Systems of China, India and the West15 credits

146.313 Issues in South Pacific Anthropology15 credits

146.316 Visual Anthropology: Southasia and Global Issues15 credits

146.317 Urban Anthropology15 credits

146.318 Environmental Anthropology15 credits

Subject courses

131.221 Global Development Issues15 credits

150.213 Tikanga-ā-Iwi: Tribal Development15 credits
P 150.114 or 146.101; nil for GDip Maori Devpt; nil for GradDipArts

176.216 Understanding Globalisation15 credits
R 176.316

176.310 Ethnicity and Ethnic Identity: Contemporary Issues15 credits

230.121 Future State: New Zealand in the 21st Century15 credits

230.301 Social Science at Work15 credits
P 30 Credits at 200-level from 145, 146, 176, and/or 200 prefix courses.

Social Policy (135 credits)

Compulsory courses (135 credits from)

179.202 Applied Research for Social Policy and Social Work15 credits

179.230 The Wellbeing of Pacific Peoples in New Zealand15 credits

179.320 Community Development15 credits

179.330 Māori Development and the Social Services15 credits

279.101 Social Policy: An Introduction15 credits
R 179.101

279.201 Social Policy: Concepts and Theories15 credits
P 279.101 or 179.101or 200.162; 279.101 or 179.101 for BSW

279.203 Law, Government and Social Policy15 credits
P 279.101 or 179.101 or 200.162 (179.102 to 2009)

279.301 Government Policy, Planning and Administration15 credits
P 279.201 or 179.201

279.302 Policy Research and Evaluation15 credits
P 179.202 or 176.202

Sociology (135 credits)

Compulsory courses

176.101 The Sociological Imagination15 credits

176.106 The Stuff of Everyday Life15 credits

Subject courses

176.205 Animals and Human Societies15 credits

176.206 Understanding Social Life15 credits
P Any 100-level Sociology course

176.207 Family, Intimacy and Domestic Life15 credits

176.216 Understanding Globalisation15 credits
R 176.316

176.218 Race, Nation and Modernity15 credits

176.222 Cities in the Twenty-first Century15 credits

176.223 Social Inequality and Justice15 credits

176.224 Gender: Bodies that Matter15 credits

176.302 Research Design and Practice15 credits

176.308 Sociology of the Environment15 credits

176.310 Ethnicity and Ethnic Identity: Contemporary Issues15 credits

176.318 Sociology of Death and Dying15 credits

176.322 The World of Work: Contemporary Issues15 credits

176.323 The Transformation of the Pacific: Contemporary Issues15 credits

176.324 Imagining Other Worlds15 credits

176.325 The Politics of Truth15 credits

176.326 The Anthropocene: Toward a Politics of Hope15 credits

230.121 Future State: New Zealand in the 21st Century15 credits

230.301 Social Science at Work15 credits
P 30 Credits at 200-level from 145, 146, 176, and/or 200 prefix courses.

Spanish (135 credits)

Subject courses

245.101 Introductory Spanish Language I15 credits
R 245.102, 245.201, 245.202, 245.301

245.102 Introductory Spanish Language II15 credits
P 245.101 R 245.201, 245.202, 245.301

245.103 Hispanic Culture and Heritage15 credits

245.201 Intermediate Spanish Language I15 credits
P 245.102 R 245.202, 245.301

245.202 Intermediate Spanish Language II15 credits
P 245.201 R 245.301

245.203 The Sound of Spanish: Diction, Dialects and Diversity15 credits
P 245.201

245.204 Latin American Voices15 credits
P 245.201 R 164.255

245.301 Advanced Spanish Language15 credits
P 245.202

245.302 Theory and Practice of Spanish Translation15 credits
P 245.301

245.303 Latin American Rhythms and Politics: From Tango to Rock15 credits
P 245.202 or 245.204

245.304 Travellers' Tales: the Invention of Latin America15 credits
P 245.202 or 245.204

245.305 Spanish Conversation on Film15 credits
P 245.202

Statistics (135 credits)

Compulsory course

161.220 Data Analysis15 credits
P One of 161.101, 161.111, 161.120, 161.122 or 161.130 R 161.250

Compulsory course selections

At least 15 credits from

Courses at 100 level with the prefix 160

At least 15 credits from

161.101 Statistics for Business15 credits
R 115.101, 161.100, 161.111, 161.120, 161.122, 161.130, 161.140

161.111 Applied Statistics15 credits
P 160.1xx or 124.103 C 160.1xx or 124.103 R 115.101, 161.101, 161.120, 161.122, 161.130, 161.140

161.120 Introductory Statistics15 credits
R 115.101, 161.100, 161.101, 161.130, 161.140

161.122 Statistics15 credits
P 160.101 or 160.102 or 160.105 R 115.101, 161.101, 161.111, 161.120, 161.130, 161.140

161.130 Introductory Biostatistics15 credits
R 161.100, 161.101, 161.120, 161.140, 115.101

At least 15 credits from

161.200 Statistical Models15 credits
P 160.1xx or 228.171 and one of 115.101, 161.100 - 161.130 R 161.231

At least 15 credits from

160.203 Multivariable Calculus15 credits
P One of 160.101, 160.112, 160.133 or 228.172

160.211 Linear Algebra15 credits
P One of 160.102, 160.112, 160.133 or 228.172

161.221 Applied Linear Models15 credits
P (One of (161.122 or 161.220 or 233.214) and one of (160.101 or 160.102 or 160.105)) or one of 161.101, 161.120 or 161.130 R 161.251

Subject courses

161.223 Introduction to Data Mining15 credits
P One of 115.101, 161.100-161.130 R 161.324, 161.326, 161.777

161.250 Data Analysis for Biologists15 credits
P One of 115.101, 161.101, 161.111, 161.120 or 161.122 R 161.220

161.304 Advanced Statistical Modelling15 credits
P 161.200

161.321 Sampling and Experimental Design15 credits
P One of 161.2xx R 161.322

161.322 Design and Analysis of Surveys and Experiments15 credits
P One of 161.2xx R 161.775, 161.321 and 161.331

161.323 Multivariate Analysis15 credits
P One of 161.220, 161.221, 161.250 or 161.251 R 161.762

161.324 Data Mining15 credits
P One of 161.220, 161.221, 161.250 or 161.251 R 161.223, 161.312 and 161.777

161.325 Statistical Methods for Quality Improvement15 credits
P One of 161.200, 161.220, 161.230, 161.240

161.327 Generalised Linear Models15 credits
P 161.221 and one of 160.1xx R 161.726

161.331 Biostatistics15 credits
P One of 161.220 or 161.221, 161.250 or 161.251 R 161.306 and 161.778

161.342 Forecasting and Time Series15 credits
P 161.220 or 161.221 or 161.250

Minors

Asian Studies (75 credits)

No new enrolments

Compulsory course

169.101 Introduction to Asian Thought15 credits

Compulsory course selections (At least 45 credits from)

No more than 30 credits from

134.221 East Asian Philosophy15 credits

241.207 Chinese Diaspora15 credits

241.208 Contemporary Chinese Society in Literature and Film15 credits
R 241.203, 241.204

242.205 Japanese Cinema15 credits
R 169.227

At least 15 credits from

134.321 Indian Philosophy15 credits
P Any 200-level 134 prefix course

146.302 Regional Ethnography: Asia15 credits

146.311 Medical Systems of China, India and the West15 credits

146.316 Visual Anthropology: Southasia and Global Issues15 credits

Subject courses (No more than 15 credits from)

241.103 Ancient Chinese World pre-republic (1912)15 credits
R 169.143

241.107 China under Transformation: Economy, Society and Diplomacy15 credits

242.103 Introduction to Japanese Culture15 credits
R 169.123

Chinese (75 credits)

15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level, and 30 credits at any level from the Chinese Major schedule.

Classical Studies (75 credits)

15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level, and 30 credits at any level from the Classical Studies Major schedule. The minor must include at least 60 credits from 201-prefix courses.

Creative Writing (75 credits)

Compulsory course (15 credits from)

139.123 Creative Writing I15 credits

15 credits at 300 level, 30 credits at 200 or 300 level and 15 credits at any level from the Creative Writing Major schedule.

Defence Studies (75 credits)

Compulsory courses (30 credits from)

294.115 War and Society 15 credits

294.215 Global Defence Challenges15 credits
P 149.115 or 294.115

15 credits at 300 level; 15 credits at 200 and/or 300 level, and 15 credits at any level from the Defence Studies Major schedule

Development Studies (75 credits)

Compulsory courses (45 credits from)

131.121 Rich World, Poor World15 credits

131.221 Global Development Issues15 credits

131.321 Strategies for Sustainable Development15 credits

Subject course selection (At least 15 credits from)

145.311 Geographies of Globalisation15 credits

146.318 Environmental Anthropology15 credits

150.213 Tikanga-ā-Iwi: Tribal Development15 credits
P 150.114 or 146.101; nil for GDip Maori Devpt; nil for GradDipArts

176.216 Understanding Globalisation15 credits
R 176.316

176.218 Race, Nation and Modernity15 credits

176.223 Social Inequality and Justice15 credits

176.308 Sociology of the Environment15 credits

Subject courses (No more than 15 credits from)

121.311 Global Environmental Issues15 credits
P 121.103

132.112 Planning for Sustainable Development15 credits

145.218 Development and Inequality15 credits

146.102 Endangered Cultures15 credits

146.313 Issues in South Pacific Anthropology15 credits

176.323 The Transformation of the Pacific: Contemporary Issues15 credits

179.330 Māori Development and the Social Services15 credits

200.201 Middle Eastern Politics15 credits

200.301 Contemporary International Conflict15 credits

Economics (75 credits)

Compulsory courses (30 credits from)

115.113 Economics of Business15 credits
R 115.106

178.100 Principles of Macroeconomics15 credits

Plus 15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level from the Economics Major schedule

Education (75 credits)

15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level, and 30 credits at any level from the Education Major schedule.

Educational Psychology (75 credits)

Compulsory courses (60 credits from)

175.102 Psychology as a Natural Science15 credits

175.203 Introduction to Psychological Research15 credits
P 175.102

256.201 Educational Psychology15 credits
R 186.230, 186.201

275.102 Human Development15 credits
R 208.102, 209.102

15 credits from

175.306 Assessment of Individual Differences15 credits
P 175.203

256.303 Sustainable Learning15 credits
P 256.201

256.304 Positive Behaviour for Learning15 credits
P 256.201

Emergency Management (75 credits)

Compulsory courses (60 credits from)

130.202 Introduction to Emergency Management15 credits

130.203 Disaster Risk Management15 credits

130.301 Incident Command Systems15 credits
P Any 200-level course or Graduate Status

219.312 Risk and Crisis Communication15 credits

Compulsory course selection (15 credits from)

193.304 Animal Welfare Emergency Management15 credits
P 193.204 or 130.202 or 117.2xx or 119.2xx or 112.2xx

214.301 Environmental Health Risk Management for Disasters15 credits

English (75 credits)

Compulsory course

139.139 Introduction to English Studies15 credits
R 139.171

At least 45 credits from List A subject courses; 15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level; and 15 credits at any level from the English Major schedule.

Environmental Studies (75 credits)

Compulsory courses

145.111 Society, Environment and Place15 credits

176.308 Sociology of the Environment15 credits

Compulsory course selection (At least 15 credits from)

121.210 Environmental Issues15 credits
R 121.311

134.218 Environmental Philosophy15 credits
R 134.318

15 credits at 200 or 300 level and 15 credits at any level from the Environmental Studies Major schedule.

French (75 credits)

No more than 30 credits from

243.101 Introductory French Language I15 credits
R 243.102, 243.201, 243.202, 243.301

243.102 Introductory French Language II15 credits
P 243.101 or 164.106 R 243.201, 243.202, 243.301

No more than 30 credits from

243.201 Intermediate French Language I15 credits
P 243.102 or 164.107 or equivalent R 243.202, 243.301

243.202 Intermediate French Language II15 credits
P 243.201 or 164.101 or 164.200 R 243.301

At least 15 credits from

243.301 Advanced French Language15 credits
P 243.202 or equivalent

243.304 Contemporary French Popular Culture15 credits
P 243.301 or 164.301 R 164.307

243.305 Close Encounters - New Zealand Seen Through French Eyes15 credits
P 243.301

Geography (75 credits)

15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level, and 30 credits at any level from the Geography Major schedule.

History (75 credits)

15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level, and 30 credits at any level from the History Major schedule.

Japanese (75 credits)

15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level, and 30 credits at any level from the Japanese Major schedule.

Linguistics (75 credits)

15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level, and 30 credits at any level from the Linguistics Major schedule.

Mathematics (75 credits)

Compulsory course selection (30 credits from)

Either

160.101 Calculus15 credits
R 160.112, 160.133, 228.172

160.102 Algebra15 credits
R 160.112, 160.133, 228.172

Or (Note 160.132 unless exempted for prerequisite purposes)

160.132 Concepts in Mathematics15 credits
R 160.101, 160.102, 160.103, 160.111, 160.112, 160.131, 228.171, 228.172. 160.132 may not be taken after 160.133 has been passed.

160.133 Processes in Mathematics15 credits
P 160.132, or 160.111, or 228.171, or 160.101, or 160.102, or 160.103, or A- or better in 160.131 R 160.112, 228.172, both of 160.101, 160.102. And, 160.133 may not be taken at the same time as any of 160.101, 160.102 or 160.111.

Or

160.111 Mathematics 1A15 credits
P 160.103 or 160.131 or 160.132 R 160.101, 160.102, 228.171

160.112 Mathematics 1B15 credits
P 160.111 or 228.171 or any one of 160.101, 160.102 R 228.172, 160.133

45 credits from courses with 160.2xx and 160.3xx, with at least 15 credits at 300 level.

Māori Knowledge (75 credits)

Compulsory courses (45 credits from)

150.103 Nau mai e noho: Engaging with Māori15 credits

150.201 Te Kawenata o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand Society15 credits
R 269.274

300.110 Te Reo Whakahoahoa: Socialising in Te Reo15 credits

15 credits at 300 level; and 15 credits at 200 and/or 300 level, from the Māori Knowledge Major schedule

Media Studies (75 credits)

15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level; and 30 credits at any level from the Media Studies Major schedule.

New Zealand Studies (75 credits)

No new enrolments

Note: No more than 30 credits may be completed from the same prefix.

Compulsory course

150.201 Te Kawenata o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand Society15 credits
R 269.274

No more than 30 credits from

121.103 New Zealand Environments15 credits

148.141 A History of New Zealand's Peoples15 credits

150.106 Nga Hanga Whakairo: Traditional Māori Visual Art15 credits

150.114 He Tirohanga Taketake: Māori Perspectives15 credits

178.110 The New Zealand Economy15 credits

200.162 Politics and Public Policy in New Zealand15 credits

No more than 45 credits from

121.210 Environmental Issues15 credits
R 121.311

139.255 Critical Periods in Aotearoa New Zealand Literature15 credits

148.245 Māori and Colonisation15 credits
R 148.337

148.246 Iwi History15 credits

148.248 Reformers, Radicals & Revolutionaries: Protest in New Zealand15 credits

150.204 Mana Māori: Māori and Politics15 credits
P Any 100-level BA course

172.232 Language and Society in New Zealand=15 credits

179.230 The Wellbeing of Pacific Peoples in New Zealand15 credits

At least 15 credits from

148.308 New Zealand Military History: 1899 to 200115 credits

148.309 The New Zealand Wars15 credits
R 148.204

148.316 New Zealand Between the Wars15 credits

148.317 New Zealand Religious History15 credits

150.301 Te Mana Te Kawanatanga: Māori Policy and the State15 credits
P 150.201; nil for GradDipArts

200.361 Contemporary New Zealand Politics15 credits

Philosophy (75 credits)

15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level, and 30 credits at any level from the Philosophy Major schedule.

Planning Studies (75 credits)

Compulsory course

131.221 Global Development Issues15 credits

No more than 30 credits from

132.101 Introduction to Professional Planning15 credits

132.111 Oranga Taiao, Oranga Tangata: Planning and the Environment15 credits

132.112 Planning for Sustainable Development15 credits

No more than 45 credits from

132.217 Planning Hazard-Resilient Communities15 credits

132.218 Building Collaborative Communities15 credits

150.201 Te Kawenata o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand Society15 credits
R 269.274

At least 15 credits from

132.304 Tūhono Taiao: Foundation of Māori Planning15 credits
P 150.201

132.305 Natural Resource Policy and Planning15 credits

132.314 Transport and Urban Planning15 credits

Politics (75 credits)

Compulsory course

200.161 Introduction to Politics15 credits

15 credits from (15 credits from)

200.215 Political Theory from Plato to Marx15 credits

200.261 World Politics15 credits

15 credits at 300 level; 15 credits at 200 or 300 level, and 15 credits at any level from the Politics Major schedule. The minor must include at least 60 credits from 200 prefix courses.

Portuguese (75 credits)

No more than 30 credits from

292.101 Introductory Portuguese Language I15 credits
R 292.102, 292.201, 292.202, 292.301

292.102 Introductory Portuguese Language 215 credits
P 292.101 R 292.201, 292.202, 292.301

At least 15 credits from

292.201 Intermediate Portuguese Language I15 credits
P 292.102 R 292.202, 292.301

292.202 Intermediate Portuguese Language 215 credits
P 292.201 R 292.301

At least 15 credits from

292.301 Advanced Portuguese Language15 credits
P 292.202

292.305 Brazilian Culture and Heritage15 credits
P 292.202

Psychology (75 credits)

Compulsory courses (30 credits from)

175.102 Psychology as a Natural Science15 credits

175.203 Introduction to Psychological Research15 credits
P 175.102

15 credits at 300 level, 15 credits at 200 or 300 level, and 15 credits at any level from the Psychology Major schedule

Public and Professional Writing (75 credits)

Compulsory courses (30 credits from)

139.246 Text Image Design: Digital Technical Writing15 credits
P 230.100 or 230.111 or 119.155 or 247.155 or 119.177 or 247.177 or 219.100 or 192.102

139.340 The Publishing Project15 credits
P Any 200-level course with a 139 prefix or 219.202

Elective courses (45 credits from)

139.231 Health Writing: Theory and Practice15 credits
P One of 230.100, 119.155, 247.155, 192.102, 119.177, 247.177 or 219.100

139.244 Writing for the Public15 credits
P 230.100 or 230.111 or 119.155 or 247.155 or 119.177 or 219.100 or 192.102 or 247.177

139.280 Creative Nonfiction: Creative Writing II 15 credits
R 139.327

139.348 Literacy Studies15 credits
P Any 200-level course with a 139 prefix or 219.202 R 139.208

154.311 Social Media and Digital Cultures15 credits
P Any 200-level Media Studies course

219.207 Writing for Public Relations and Digital Media15 credits

219.234 Editing & Publishing15 credits

Rehabilitation Studies (75 credits)

30 credits from

147.101 Rehabilitation Studies15 credits

147.102 Whakapiri: Engagement in Mental Health and Addiction Work15 credits

30 credits from

147.201 Issues in Rehabilitation15 credits

147.202 Mental Health Promotion15 credits
P 147.102

15 credits from

147.302 Alcohol, Other Drugs and Addiction15 credits

Security Studies (75 credits)

Compulsory course

294.180 Introduction to Security Studies15 credits

15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level, and 15 credits at any level from the Security Studies Major schedule.

Social Anthropology (75 credits)

15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level, and 30 credits at any level from the Social Anthropology major schedule. The minor must include at least 60 credits from the 146-prefix.

Social Policy (75 credits)

Compulsory courses (45 credits from)

279.101 Social Policy: An Introduction15 credits
R 179.101

279.201 Social Policy: Concepts and Theories15 credits
P 279.101 or 179.101or 200.162; 279.101 or 179.101 for BSW

279.301 Government Policy, Planning and Administration15 credits
P 279.201 or 179.201

30 credits from

179.202 Applied Research for Social Policy and Social Work15 credits

279.203 Law, Government and Social Policy15 credits
P 279.101 or 179.101 or 200.162 (179.102 to 2009)

279.302 Policy Research and Evaluation15 credits
P 179.202 or 176.202

Sociology (75 credits)

15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level; and 30 credits at any level from the Sociology Major schedule

Spanish (75 credits)

15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level, and 30 credits at any level from the Spanish Major schedule

Statistics (75 credits)

15 credits from

161.101 Statistics for Business15 credits
R 115.101, 161.100, 161.111, 161.120, 161.122, 161.130, 161.140

161.111 Applied Statistics15 credits
P 160.1xx or 124.103 C 160.1xx or 124.103 R 115.101, 161.101, 161.120, 161.122, 161.130, 161.140

161.120 Introductory Statistics15 credits
R 115.101, 161.100, 161.101, 161.130, 161.140

161.122 Statistics15 credits
P 160.101 or 160.102 or 160.105 R 115.101, 161.101, 161.111, 161.120, 161.130, 161.140

161.130 Introductory Biostatistics15 credits
R 161.100, 161.101, 161.120, 161.140, 115.101

15 credits at 300 level; 30 credits at 200 and/or 300 level, and 15 credits at any level from the Statistics Major schedule

Te Reo Māori (75 credits)

Compulsory courses (45 credits from)

300.111 Te Reo Kōnakinaki: Developing Te Reo15 credits

300.210 Te Reo Kōrerorero: Discussing in Te Reo15 credits
P 300.111

300.211 Te Reo Whakanakonako: Embellishing Te Reo15 credits
P 300.111

Compulsory course selection (At least 30 credits from)

300.310 Te Reo Auaha: Creative Writing in Te Reo15 credits
P 300.211

300.311 Te Reo Papa: Strengthening Te Reo15 credits
P 300.211

300.312 Te Reo o te Marae: Karanga and Whaikorerorero15 credits
P 300.211

Subject courses

300.110 Te Reo Whakahoahoa: Socialising in Te Reo15 credits

300.209 Te Reo Torangapu: Political Te Reo15 credits
P 300.110 or 300.111

Theatre Studies (75 credits)

Compulsory course selection (Between 15 and 30 credits from)

139.104 Drama in Performance15 credits

139.133 Creative Communication15 credits

No more than 45 credits from

139.209 Speaking: Theory and Practice15 credits

139.220 Theatre for Change15 credits

139.223 Creative Processes15 credits

139.224 Making Plays for Theatre15 credits

At least 15 credits from

139.303 Modern Drama15 credits

139.320 Theatre in Production15 credits

139.323 Script Writing15 credits

139.333 Creativity in the Community15 credits
P Any one of 139.123, 139.104, 139.133, 154.204, or 139.223

Women's Studies (75 credits)

No new enrolments

Compulsory course

170.201 What is Feminism?15 credits

No more than 15 credits from

170.102 Women of Ideas and Action15 credits

No more than 45 credits from

145.218 Development and Inequality15 credits

146.209 Food and Eating15 credits

176.207 Family, Intimacy and Domestic Life15 credits

201.211 Love and Sexuality in Ancient Greece15 credits

At least 15 credits from

139.376 Sexual/Textual Politics15 credits
R 139.361

150.303 Mana Wahine: Māori Women15 credits

154.302 Gender and Race in the Media15 credits

175.311 Psychology of Women15 credits
P 175.203

175.313 Gender and Violence15 credits
P 175.203

219.302 Gender and Communication in Organisations15 credits
R 114.358

275.304 Development of Gender15 credits

Schedule C: Other subjects and courses

Emergency Management

130.301 Incident Command Systems15 credits
P Any 200-level course or Graduate Status

English for Speakers of Other Languages

192.101 English for Academic Purposes for Speakers of Other Languages15 credits

192.102 Academic Writing in English for Speakers of Other Languages15 credits

Humanities and Social Sciences

150.103 Nau mai e noho: Engaging with Māori15 credits

169.101 Introduction to Asian Thought15 credits

230.102 Pacific Peoples in New Zealand15 credits

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