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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 Graduate Diploma in Arts
GradDipArts

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 Graduate Diploma in Arts requires that the candidate will:

(a) meet the University admission requirements as specified; and

(b) have been awarded or qualified for a Bachelor's Degree or an equivalent.

Qualification Requirements

2. Candidates for the Graduate Diploma in Arts shall follow a flexible programme of study, which shall consist of courses totalling at least 120 credits, comprising:

(a) at least 120 credits at the 200 or 300 level from the Schedule to the Diploma;

(b) at least 75 credits at 300 level.

3. Notwithstanding Regulation 2, with the approval of Academic Board or their delegate, a candidate who has completed at least 30 credits at 200 level and 30 credits at 300 level towards a Graduate Diploma in Arts subject may be permitted to include up to 30 credits at the 700 level from the Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Postgraduate Diploma in Arts or Master of Arts Schedules.

Specialisations

4. The Graduate Diploma in Arts may be awarded with or without an endorsement.

5. Candidates may complete the diploma without an endorsement only with the prior approval of a coherent programme of study by the Academic Board or their delegate.

6. Candidates may complete an endorsement by passing at least 90 credits in a subject area including:

(a) at least 60 credits at 300 level;

(b) any compulsory courses for the endorsement as listed in the schedule.

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

7. Endorsements available in the Graduate Diploma in Arts are: Asian Studies, Chinese, Classical Studies, Creative Writing, Defence Studies, Development Studies, Economics, Education, Educational Psychology, English, Environmental Studies, Geography, History, Japanese, Linguistics, Māori Knowledge, Mathematics, Media Studies, New Zealand Studies, Philosophy, Politics and International Relations, Psychology, Security Studies, Social Anthropology, Social Policy, Sociology, Spanish, Statistics and Theatre Studies.

Completion Requirements

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

9. Candidates may be graduated when they meet the Admission, Qualification and Academic requirements.

Unsatisfactory Academic Progress

10. The general Unsatisfactory Academic Progress regulations will apply.

Transitional Provisions

11. Subject to theany Maximum Time to Completion regulations and the Abandonment of Studies provisions specified in the Part I regulations for the diploma, candidates enrolled in the English endorsement prior to 1 January 2020 may substitute 139.201 and/or 139.301 for course(s) at the same level included in the schedule. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2023.

12. Subject to any Maximum Time to Completion regulations and the Abandonment of Study provisions specified in the Part I regulations to the diploma, candidates who commenced study towards the Māori Knowledge endorsement prior to 01 January 2020 may elect to be awarded the alternative specialisation title of Māori Studies on completion. These transition arrangements expire 01 December 2023.

13. Subject to any Maximum Time to Completion regulations and the Abandonment of Study provisions specified in the Part I regulations to the diploma, candidates who commenced study towards the Environmental Studies endorsement prior to 01 January 2020 will be permitted to substitute 176.206 for 145.213, if already completed. Such candidates will be permitted to substitute 121.211, 121.311 and/or 145.311 for a course or courses at the same level included in the Subject course schedule. These transition arrangements expire 01 December 2023.

14. Subject to any Maximum Time to Completion regulations and the Abandonment of Study provisions specified in the Part I regulations to the degree, candidates who commenced study towards the Educational Psychology endorsement prior to 01 January 2021 will be permitted to substitute 256.303, if already completed, for 263.331. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2024.

15. Subject to any Maximum Time to Completion regulations and the Abandonment of Study provisions specified in the Part I regulations to the diploma, candidates who commenced study towards the Politics and International Relations endorsement prior to 01 January 2021 may elect to be awarded the alternative specialisation title of Politics on completion.  These transition arrangements expire 01 December 2024.

16. Subject to any Maximum Time to Completion regulations and the Abandonment of Studies provisions specified in the Part I regulations for the diploma, candidates enrolled in the English endorsement prior to 1 January 2021 may substitute 139.275 and/or 139.374 for course(s) at the same level included in the schedule. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2023.

17. Subject to any Maximum Time to Completion regulations and the Abandonment of Study provisions specified in the Part I regulations to the diploma, candidates who commenced study towards the Statistics endorsement prior to 01 January 2021 will be permitted to substitute 161.200, if already completed, for a compulsory course included in the schedule. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2024.

18. Subject to any Maximum Time to Completion regulations and the Abandonment of Study provisions specified in the Part I regulations to the diploma, candidates who commenced study towards the Economics endorsement prior to 01 January 2022 will be permitted to substitute a 300-level course(s) already completed towards the endorsement for 178.352. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2025.

19. Subject to any Maximum Time to Completion regulations and the Abandonment of Study provisions specified in the Part I regulations to the diploma, candidates who commenced study towards the Educational Psychology endorsement prior to 01 January 2022 will be permitted to substitute a 300-level course already completed towards the endorsement for 263.301. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2025.

20. Subject to any Maximum Time to Completion regulations and the Abandonment of Study provisions specified in the Part I regulations to the degree, candidates who commenced study towards the Social Anthropology endorsement prior to 01 January 2022 will be permitted to substitute 146.303 for 146.301. Such candidates who have completed 146.213 may count this course towards the requirements of the subject course schedule and may substitute (if completed) one of 146.302, 146.304, 146.311, 146.313, 146.316, 146.317 or 146.318 for 146.300. Candidates will be permitted to substitute completed courses for courses at the same or lower level included in the subject course schedule. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2025.

21. Subject to any Maximum Time to Completion regulations and the Abandonment of Study provisions specified in the Part I regulations to the diploma, candidates who commenced study towards the Social Policy endorsement prior to 01 January 2022 will be permitted to substitute a 300-level course(s) already completed towards the endorsement for 179.320 and/or 179.330. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2025.

22. Subject to any Maximum Time to Completion regulations and the Abandonment of Study provisions specified in the Part I regulations to the diploma, candidates who commenced study towards the Statistics endorsement prior to 01 January 2022 will be permitted to substitute 161.220 and/or 161.221, if already completed, for 161250 and/or 161251. These transitional arrangements expire on 31 December 2025.

Schedule for the Graduate Diploma in Arts

Endorsements

Asian Studies (90 credits)

No new enrolments

Subject courses

134.221 Great Asian Thinkers 15 credits

134.321 Indian Philosophy 15 credits
P Any 200-level 134 prefix course

146.302 Regional Ethnography: Asia 15 credits

146.311 Medical Systems of China, India and the West 15 credits

146.316 Visual Anthropology: Southasia and Global Issues 15 credits

241.207 Chinese Diaspora 15 credits

241.208 Contemporary Chinese Society in Literature and Film 15 credits
R 241203, 241204

242.205 Japanese Cinema 15 credits
R 169227

Chinese (90 credits)

Subject courses

241.201 Chinese 2A 15 credits
P 241102 or appraisal required R 241202, 241301, 241302, 241304, 241305

241.202 Chinese 2B 15 credits
P 241201 or appraisal required R 241301, 241302, 241304, 241305, 241306

241.207 Chinese Diaspora 15 credits

241.208 Contemporary Chinese Society in Literature and Film 15 credits
R 241203, 241204

At least 60 credits from

241.301 Chinese 3A 15 credits
P 241202 or appraisal required R 241302

241.302 Chinese 3B 15 credits
P 241301 or appraisal required R 241341, 241342, 169341, 169342

241.304 Contrastive Study of Chinese and English 15 credits
P 241301 and 241302 or appraisal required R 169344

241.305 Translation from and into Chinese 15 credits
P 241301 and 241302 or appraisal required R 169343

241.395 Individual Research Project in Chinese Studies 15 credits
P Resource approval required R 169397

Classical Studies (90 credits)

Subject courses

201.201 The Pursuit of Happiness in the Classical World 15 credits

201.211 Love and Sexuality in Ancient Greece 15 credits

201.216 The Trojan War 15 credits

201.218 Greek and Roman Religion 15 credits
R 201318

201.219 Greek Art and Society 15 credits
R 201319

201.231 Leaders and Leadership in the Classical World 15 credits
R 201316

At least 60 credits from

201.313 Greek Tragedy, Then and Now 15 credits
R 201213

201.314 Imperial Rome 15 credits
R 201214

201.317 Ancient Multiculturalism: Egypt, Greece and Rome 15 credits
R 201230

201.318 Greek and Roman Religion 15 credits
R 201218

201.320 Roman Art and Society 15 credits
R 201220

Creative Writing (90 credits)

Compulsory courses

139.280 Creative Writing II: Creative Nonfiction 15 credits
R 139327

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

Subject courses

139.223 Creative Processes 15 credits

139.224 Making Plays for Theatre 15 credits

139.225 Writing for Children 15 credits

139.229 Writing Poetry 15 credits

139.285 Fiction Writing 15 credits

At least 45 credits from

139.309 Eco-fictions and Non-fictions 15 credits
R 139381

139.323 Script Writing 15 credits

139.326 Travel Writing 15 credits

139.329 Advanced Fiction Writing 15 credits

139.333 Creativity in the Community 15 credits
P Any one of 139123, 139104, 139133, 154204, or 139223

139.340 The Publishing Project 15 credits
P Any 200-level course with a 139 prefix or 219202

139.362 Oceanic Literatures of Aotearoa: Ngā Tuhinga Kōrero o te Moana nui a Kiwa 15 credits

Defence Studies (90 credits)

Subject courses

294.215 Global Defence Challenges 15 credits

294.245 Irregular Warfare 15 credits

294.255 Conventional Warfare 15 credits

At least 60 credits from

200.301 Contemporary International Conflict 15 credits

294.301 Legacies of War 15 credits

294.304 Cyber and Information Security 15 credits
R 149295

294.325 Contemporary Peace Operations 15 credits

294.350 The History of Defence and Security Intelligence 15 credits

Development Studies (90 credits)

Compulsory courses (30 credits from)

131.221 Global Development Issues 15 credits

131.321 Strategies for Sustainable Development 15 credits

Subject courses (No more than 15 credits from)

145.203 Geographies of Inequality 15 credits

146.205 Environmental Anthropology 15 credits
R 146318

176.216 Understanding Globalisation 15 credits
R 176316

176.218 Race, Nation and Modernity 15 credits

176.223 Social Inequality and Justice 15 credits

200.201 Middle Eastern Politics 15 credits

294.202 Human Security 15 credits

At least 45 credits from

145.311 Geographies of Globalisation 15 credits

176.308 Sociology of the Environment 15 credits

178.370 Development Economics 15 credits

179.320 Community Development 15 credits

200.301 Contemporary International Conflict 15 credits

Economics (90 credits)

Compulsory courses (45 credits from)

178.200 Macroeconomics 15 credits
P 178100 or 115113

178.201 Microeconomics 15 credits
P 115113 or 115106

178.352 Survey of International Economics 15 credits
P 178200, 178201, and either 178250 or 178280; and either 178300 or 178301 C 178300 or 178301 R 178350

Subject courses

At least 45 credits from

178.300 Macroeconomic Policy and Applications 15 credits
P 178200

178.301 Microeconomic Theory and Applications 15 credits
P 178201

178.360 Environmental Economics 15 credits

178.370 Development Economics 15 credits

Elective subject courses

178.250 Contemporary Economic Issues 15 credits

178.280 Economic Analysis and Applications 15 credits
P 115113

178.380 Applied Econometrics 15 credits
P 178220 or 178280 R 178321 and 178320

Education (90 credits)

Subject courses

At least 30 credits from

150.201 Te Kawenata o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand Society 15 credits
R 269274

249.286 Equity and Diversity in Education 15 credits

254.200 Learning in the Digital World 15 credits
R 254336

254.201 Philosophy of Education 15 credits
R 187201

254.203 Sociologically Imagining Education 15 credits
R 187203

263.200 Teaching as an Act of Influencing Others 15 credits

275.203 Development in Childhood 15 credits
P 275102

275.208 Development in Adolescence 15 credits
P 275102 R 208308, 208208, 209308

At least 60 credits from

254.300 Historical Perspectives on Education 15 credits
R 254210

254.304 Critical Theories of Education 15 credits
R 187304, 278363

254.337 Teaching and Learning with Pasifika Peoples in NZ 15 credits

254.340 Politics of Education 15 credits

263.301 Learning and Motivation 15 credits
P Any 200-level course from Education

263.315 Teaching and Learning in Everyday Settings 15 credits

269.332 Māori Issues in Education 15 credits

275.304 Development of Gender 15 credits

275.320 Risk and Resilience across the Lifespan 15 credits

276.330 Mathematics and Literacy in Society 15 credits

Educational Psychology (90 credits)

Compulsory courses

256.201 Educational Psychology 15 credits
R 186230, 186201

256.304 Positive Behaviour for Learning 15 credits
P 256201

263.301 Learning and Motivation 15 credits
P Any 200-level course from Education

263.331 Assessment and Learning 15 credits
R 186331

At least 15 credits from

175.201 Social Psychology 15 credits

175.203 Introduction to Psychological Research 15 credits
P 175102

175.205 Brain and Behaviour 15 credits
P 175102

175.206 Memory and Cognition 15 credits
P 175102

175.210 Ngā Tirohanga Rua o te Taha Hinengaro: Bicultural Perspectives in Psychology 15 credits
R 175312

At least 15 credits from

175.306 Assessment of Individual Differences 15 credits
P 175203

249.384 Consultation and Collaboration in Inclusive Education 15 credits

English (90 credits)

Compulsory course

139.239 Literary Landmarks: Words that Changed the World 15 credits

Subject courses

No more than 15 credits from

139.202 Romantic Writing: Self and Nature 15 credits

139.211 Shakespeare 15 credits
R 139301

139.232 Crime Story: Detection as a Narrative Genre 15 credits

139.244 Writing for the Public 15 credits
P 230100 or 230111 or 119155 or 247155 or 119177 or 219100 or 192102 or 247177

139.253 American Literature 15 credits

139.255 Critical Periods in Aotearoa New Zealand Literature 15 credits

139.270 Young Adult Fiction 15 credits

At least 60 credits from

139.305 Twentieth Century Literature 15 credits

139.306 Writing Shakespeare's England 15 credits
R 139201

139.307 Territory, Modernity, and Victorian Literature 15 credits

139.325 The Gothic Imagination 15 credits
R 139275

139.340 The Publishing Project 15 credits
P Any 200-level course with a 139 prefix or 219202

139.352 Postcolonial Literature 15 credits

139.362 Oceanic Literatures of Aotearoa: Ngā Tuhinga Kōrero o te Moana nui a Kiwa 15 credits

139.376 Sexual/Textual Politics 15 credits
R 139361

Environmental Studies (90 credits)

Compulsory courses (30 credits from)

145.213 Resource Conservation and Sustainability 15 credits
R 145313

176.308 Sociology of the Environment 15 credits

Subject courses

At least 15 credits from

121.201 Environmental Science 15 credits
R 121210, 121311

121.210 Environmental Issues 15 credits
R 121311

134.218 Environmental Philosophy 15 credits
R 134318

146.205 Environmental Anthropology 15 credits
R 146318

45 credits from

121.310 Environmental Solutions 15 credits
P 121210 R 121211

131.321 Strategies for Sustainable Development 15 credits

132.305 Natural Resource Policy and Planning 15 credits

Geography (90 credits)

Subject courses

121.313 Applied River Management 15 credits
P 121213 or 145222

145.300 Cartography and Data Visualisation 15 credits
P 145202 or 145213 or 233214

145.311 Geographies of Globalisation 15 credits

145.318 Geopolitics 15 credits

At least 15 credits from

145.301 Research Practice in Human Geography 15 credits

233.312 Natural Hazards 15 credits

No more than 30 credits from

121.213 Land and Water Science 15 credits
P (189151 OR 145111) AND (233105 OR 117153 OR 199103) R 145222

145.202 Working With Geographic Data 15 credits
R 132106

145.203 Geographies of Inequality 15 credits

145.213 Resource Conservation and Sustainability 15 credits
R 145313

145.214 Social Change and Environment 15 credits

145.216 Urban Environments 15 credits

233.212 Earth Surface Processes 15 credits
P 233105 or (233101 and 145121)

History (90 credits)

Subject courses

No more than 30 credits from

148.217 Victoria's World 15 credits

148.218 The Vikings 15 credits

148.220 The Second World War 15 credits

148.221 The Black Death and Other Plagues, 1300-1700 15 credits

148.241 Revolution, Rights and the Atlantic World 15 credits

148.242 The Age of Chivalry and Crusades 15 credits
R 148212, 148223, 135211

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

148.244 The Great War 1914-1918: a Military and Social History 15 credits
R 148251, 148335

148.245 Māori and Colonisation 15 credits
R 148337

148.246 Iwi History 15 credits

148.248 Reformers, Radicals & Revolutionaries: Protest in New Zealand 15 credits

At least 60 credits from

148.308 New Zealand Military History: 1899 to 2001 15 credits

148.309 The New Zealand Wars 15 credits
R 148204

148.310 The Tudors and the Reformation 15 credits
R 148216

148.316 New Zealand Between the Wars 15 credits

148.333 The Napoleonic Wars 15 credits

148.334 Sports History 15 credits

148.339 Court Culture in Late Medieval Europe 15 credits

Japanese (90 credits)

Subject courses

No more than 30 credits from

242.201 Japanese 2A 15 credits
P 242102 or appraisal required R 242202, 242301, 242302, 242304, 242305, 242306, 242307

242.202 Japanese 2B 15 credits
P 242201 or appraisal required R 242301, 242302, 242304, 242305, 242306, 242307

242.205 Japanese Cinema 15 credits
R 169227

60 credits from

242.301 Japanese 3A 15 credits
P 242202 or appraisal required R 242302

242.302 Japanese 3B 15 credits
P 242301 or appraisal required

242.304 Reading and Writing about Current Japan 15 credits
P 242202 or appraisal required

242.305 Readings in Modern Japanese Literature 15 credits
P 242202 or appraisal required

Linguistics (90 credits)

Subject courses

No more than 30 credits from

172.232 Language and Society in New Zealand 15 credits

172.233 Language Learning Processes 15 credits

172.234 Phonetics 15 credits

172.235 Linguistic Analysis of the English Language 15 credits
R 172231

172.236 Forensic Linguistics 15 credits

172.237 Language, Discourse and Power 15 credits

172.239 Language and Culture 15 credits
R 172132

At least 60 credits from

172.330 Sounds and Structures 15 credits

172.333 Discourse and Institutions 15 credits
P Any 200 level 172-prefix course

172.335 Language and Identity 15 credits
P 172232 or 172237

172.336 Languages of the Pacific 15 credits
P Any 200-level Linguistics course

172.337 Historical and Comparative Linguistics 15 credits
P Any 200-level 172-prefix course

172.338 Language, Diversity and Mediated Communication 15 credits
P Any 200-level Linguistics course

Māori Knowledge (120 credits)

Compulsory courses (30 credits from)

150.201 Te Kawenata o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand Society 15 credits
R 269274

300.209 Te Reo Torangapu: Political Te Reo 15 credits
P 300110 or 300111

Subject courses

At least 60 credits from

150.301 Te Mana Te Kawanatanga: Māori Policy and the State 15 credits
P 150201; nil for GradDipArts

150.302 Whānau ora: Principles of Flourishing Whānau 15 credits
P 15 credits from 1502xx (and 45 credits at 200 level)

150.303 Mana Wahine: Māori Women 15 credits

150.304 Te Ao Hurihuri: Contemporary Māori Issues 15 credits
P 150201

269.332 Māori Issues in Education 15 credits

Subject qualification elective courses

139.362 Oceanic Literatures of Aotearoa: Ngā Tuhinga Kōrero o te Moana nui a Kiwa 15 credits

148.245 Māori and Colonisation 15 credits
R 148337

148.246 Iwi History 15 credits

150.202 Mauri ora: Māori Wellbeing and Vitality 15 credits
P 15 credits from 1501xx

150.204 Mana Māori: Māori and Politics 15 credits
P Any 100-level BA course

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

Mathematics (90 credits)

160.203 Multivariable Calculus 15 credits
P One of 160101, 160112, 160133 or 228172

160.204 Differential Equations I 15 credits
P 160101 or 160112 or 160133 or 228172

160.211 Linear Algebra 15 credits
P 160102, 160112, 160133 or 228172

160.212 Discrete Mathematics 15 credits
P One of (160101, 160102, 160103, 160105, 160111, 160112, 160132, 160133, 228171 or 228172) and one of (159101, 159171 or 230112)

160.301 Real and Complex Analysis 15 credits
P 160203

160.302 Modern Algebra 15 credits
P 160211 or 160212

160.318 Differential Equations II 15 credits
P 160203 and 160204

160.319 Mathematical Modelling 15 credits
P 160204 and one of (160203, 160211 or 160212) and one of (159101 or 159171)

Media Studies (90 credits)

Subject courses

No more than 30 credits from

154.202 Advertising and Consumer Society 15 credits

154.203 Popular Culture and the Media 15 credits

154.204 Digital Media Production I 15 credits

154.206 International Film History 15 credits

154.208 Screen Media 15 credits

154.224 Documentary (Non-Fiction) Film 15 credits

154.250 Digital Media: Theory and Practice 15 credits

At least 60 credits from

139.323 Script Writing 15 credits

154.301 Culture, Power and The Media 15 credits
P Any 200-level Media Studies course

154.302 Gender and Race in the Media 15 credits

154.303 Hollywood Cinema 15 credits

154.304 Digital Media Production II 15 credits
P 154204

154.311 Social Media and Digital Cultures 15 credits

154.313 Global Media Cultures 15 credits

154.315 Popular Music Studies 15 credits
R 154205

154.316 New Zealand Cinema 15 credits
R 154212

New Zealand Studies (90 credits)

No new enrolments

90 credits with no more than 30 credits from the same prefix

Compulsory course

150.201 Te Kawenata o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand Society 15 credits
R 269274

Subject courses

121.210 Environmental Issues 15 credits
R 121311

121.211 New Zealand Environmental Issues 15 credits
P 121103, 145111, or 228111

139.255 Critical Periods in Aotearoa New Zealand Literature 15 credits

148.245 Māori and Colonisation 15 credits
R 148337

148.246 Iwi History 15 credits

148.248 Reformers, Radicals & Revolutionaries: Protest in New Zealand 15 credits

148.308 New Zealand Military History: 1899 to 2001 15 credits

148.309 The New Zealand Wars 15 credits
R 148204

148.316 New Zealand Between the Wars 15 credits

150.204 Mana Māori: Māori and Politics 15 credits
P Any 100-level BA course

150.301 Te Mana Te Kawanatanga: Māori Policy and the State 15 credits
P 150201; nil for GradDipArts

154.316 New Zealand Cinema 15 credits
R 154212

172.232 Language and Society in New Zealand 15 credits

179.230 The Wellbeing of Pacific Peoples in New Zealand 15 credits

200.361 Contemporary New Zealand Politics 15 credits

Philosophy (90 credits)

Subject courses

No more than 30 credits from

134.201 Philosophy of Mind, Consciousness and Cognition 15 credits
R 134301

134.203 Ethics 15 credits
R 134303

134.204 Philosophy of Art and Music 15 credits
R 134304

134.205 Logic 15 credits

134.207 Rights and Reconciliation 15 credits

134.213 Resistance, Rebellion and Revolution 15 credits

134.214 Knowledge as a Social Phenomenon 15 credits
R 134312

134.216 Modern Philosophy 15 credits
R 134316

134.218 Environmental Philosophy 15 credits
R 134318

134.220 Business and Professional Ethics 15 credits
R 134320, 134219, 134319

134.221 Great Asian Thinkers 15 credits

At least 60 credits from

134.305 Advanced Ethics 15 credits
P Any 200-level 134-prefix course

134.308 Philosophy of Science 15 credits
R 134208

134.309 Ancient Philosophy 15 credits
P Any 200-level 134 prefix course or 201201 R 134209

134.311 Global Justice 15 credits

134.317 Philosophical Investigations 15 credits
R 134217

Politics and International Relations (90 credits)

Subject courses

No more than 30 credits from

150.201 Te Kawenata o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand Society 15 credits
R 269274

200.201 Middle Eastern Politics 15 credits

200.215 Foundations of Political Thought 15 credits

200.261 World Politics 15 credits

294.280 Security and Diplomacy 15 credits

At least 60 credits from

145.318 Geopolitics 15 credits

200.300 Peace Studies 15 credits

200.301 Contemporary International Conflict 15 credits

200.302 Israel/Palestine and the Arab World 15 credits

200.303 Global Democratic Politics 15 credits

200.315 Contemporary Political Thought 15 credits

200.361 Contemporary New Zealand Politics 15 credits

Psychology (90 credits)

Compulsory course

175.203 Introduction to Psychological Research 15 credits
P 175102

Subject courses

No more than 15 credits from

175.201 Social Psychology 15 credits

175.205 Brain and Behaviour 15 credits
P 175102

175.206 Memory and Cognition 15 credits
P 175102

175.210 Ngā Tirohanga Rua o te Taha Hinengaro: Bicultural Perspectives in Psychology 15 credits
R 175312

At least 60 credits from

175.301 Community Psychology 15 credits
P 175203

175.302 Introduction to Clinical Psychology 15 credits
P 175203

175.303 The Practice of Psychological Research 15 credits
P 175203

175.304 The Psychology of Security 15 credits

175.306 Assessment of Individual Differences 15 credits
P 175203

175.309 Forensic Psychology 15 credits
P 175203

175.311 Psychology of Women 15 credits
P 175203

175.313 Gender and Violence 15 credits
P 175203

175.314 Advanced Indigenous Psychologies 15 credits
P Any 200-level psychology course

175.316 Evolution, Culture and Mind 15 credits
P 175203

175.317 Health Psychology 15 credits
P 175203

175.318 Experimental Psychology 15 credits
P 175203

175.343 Personnel Psychology and Career Development 15 credits
P 175203

175.345 Organisational Psychology 15 credits
P 175203

Security Studies (90 credits)

Subject courses

No more than 30 credits from

294.201 States, Borders and Resource Security 15 credits
R 149271

294.202 Human Security 15 credits

294.272 Intelligence in the Security Environment 15 credits

294.280 Security and Diplomacy 15 credits

At least 60 credits from

175.304 The Psychology of Security 15 credits

294.304 Cyber and Information Security 15 credits
R 149295

294.350 The History of Defence and Security Intelligence 15 credits

294.381 Terrorism and Political Violence 15 credits

294.382 Advanced Biosecurity 15 credits
P 294101

Social Anthropology (90 credits)

Compulsory courses

146.300 Anthropological Enquiry 15 credits
R 146213

146.301 Practicing Fieldwork 15 credits
P 146101, and 15 credits at 200-level from the 146 course prefix series R 146303

Subject courses

At least 30 credits from

146.201 Making the Self 15 credits

146.202 Migration and Belonging 15 credits

146.203 Religion, Nature and Sustainability 15 credits

146.204 Following the Monsoon 15 credits
R 146302

146.205 Environmental Anthropology 15 credits
R 146318

146.209 Food and Eating 15 credits

146.210 Anthropology of Ritual, Religion, and Witchcraft 15 credits

146.211 Systems of Healing 15 credits

At least 30 credits from

146.308 Taking Anthropology to the World 15 credits
P 146101, and 15 credits at 200-level from the 146 course prefix series

146.309 The Ethnography of Aotearoa New Zealand 15 credits

146.310 Science, Culture, and Politics 15 credits

Social Policy (90 credits)

Compulsory courses

179.202 Applied Research for Social Policy and Social Work 15 credits

179.320 Community Development 15 credits

179.330 Māori Development and the Social Services 15 credits

279.201 Social Policy: Concepts and Theories 15 credits
P 279101 or 179101 or 200162; 279101 or 179101 for BSW

279.301 Government Policy, Planning and Administration 15 credits
P 279201 or 179201

279.302 Policy Research and Evaluation 15 credits
P 179202 or 176202

Subject courses

179.230 The Wellbeing of Pacific Peoples in New Zealand 15 credits

279.203 Law, Government and Social Policy 15 credits
P 279101 or 179101 or 200162 (179102 to 2009)

Sociology (90 credits)

Subject courses

No more than 30 credits from

176.216 Understanding Globalisation 15 credits
R 176316

176.218 Race, Nation and Modernity 15 credits

176.222 Cities in the Twenty-first Century 15 credits

176.223 Social Inequality and Justice 15 credits

176.224 Gender: Bodies that Matter 15 credits

At least 60 credits from

176.302 Research Design and Practice 15 credits

176.308 Sociology of the Environment 15 credits

176.322 The World of Work: Contemporary Issues 15 credits

176.324 Imagining Other Worlds 15 credits

176.325 The Politics of Truth 15 credits

Spanish (90 credits)

Subject courses

No more than 30 credits from

245.201 Intermediate Spanish Language I 15 credits
P 245102 R 245202, 245301

245.202 Intermediate Spanish Language II 15 credits
P 245201 R 245301

245.203 The Sound of Spanish: Diction, Dialects and Diversity 15 credits
P 245201

245.204 Latin American Voices 15 credits
P 245201 R 164255

At least 60 credits from

245.301 Advanced Spanish Language 15 credits
P 245202

245.302 Theory and Practice of Spanish Translation 15 credits
P 245301

245.303 Latin American Rhythms and Politics: From Tango to Rock 15 credits
P 245202 or 245204

245.304 Travellers' Tales: the Invention of Latin America 15 credits
P 245202 or 245204

245.305 Spanish Conversation on Film 15 credits
P 245202

Statistics (90 credits)

Compulsory courses (30 credits from)

161.250 Data Analysis 15 credits
P 1611xx R 161220

161.251 Regression Modelling 15 credits
P 1611xx R 161221

Subject courses (60 credits from)

161.304 Statistical Modelling 15 credits
P (160101 or 160102 or 160105) and (161122 or 161250 or 161251 or 161220 or 161221)

161.323 Multivariate Analysis 15 credits
P One of 161222, 161220, 161221, 161250, 161251, 233214 R 161762

161.324 Data Mining 15 credits
P One of 161122, 161220, 161221, 161250 or 161251 R 161223 and 161777

161.331 Biostatistics 15 credits
P 161250 or 161251 or 161220 or 161221 R 161327, 161778

Theatre Studies (90 credits)

No new enrolments

Subject courses

No more than 30 credits from

139.209 Speaking: Theory and Practice 15 credits

139.220 Theatre for Change 15 credits

139.223 Creative Processes 15 credits

139.224 Making Plays for Theatre 15 credits

At least 60 credits from

139.303 Modern Drama 15 credits

139.320 Theatre in Production 15 credits

139.323 Script Writing 15 credits

139.333 Creativity in the Community 15 credits
P Any one of 139123, 139104, 139133, 154204, or 139223

Elective courses

Elective courses may be selected from any endorsement schedule and/or from the list below

130.301 Incident Command Systems 15 credits
P Any 200-level course or Graduate Status

147.201 Issues in Rehabilitation 15 credits

147.202 Mental Health Promotion 15 credits
P 147102

147.302 Alcohol, Other Drugs and Addiction 15 credits

170.201 What is Feminism? 15 credits

175.313 Gender and Violence 15 credits
P 175203

230.210 Tū Rangaranga: Global Encounters 15 credits
P 230110

230.310 Tū Tira Mai: Practising Engagement 15 credits
P 230210

243.201 Intermediate French Language I 15 credits
P 243102 or 164107 or equivalent R 243202, 243301

243.202 Intermediate French Language II 15 credits
P 243201 or 164101 or 164200 R 243301

243.301 Advanced French Language 15 credits
P 243202 or equivalent

243.304 Contemporary French Popular Culture 15 credits
P 243301 or 164301 R 164307

249.284 Introduction to Equity and Inclusion in Education 15 credits

249.287 Early Intervention 15 credits

294.382 Advanced Biosecurity 15 credits
P 294101