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ACCTN101Accounting for Management19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Hamilton), 19B (Tauranga) & 19C (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China)15.0
This paper explains that accounting is an important social practice; an integral aspect of organisational management and covers both the technical aspects of the provision and use of accounting information.
ACCTN102Introductory Financial Accounting19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Hamilton), 19B (Tauranga), 19C (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China) & 19S (Hamilton)15.0
An introductory computer based accounting paper examining the preparation of accounting records. This paper provides opportunity to learn the language of accounting through addressing practical problems.
ACCTN202Intermediate Financial Accounting19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Hamilton), 19B (Tauranga) & 19S (Hamilton)15.0
This paper deals with the practices, principles and regulations of Financial Reporting in New Zealand with emphasis on financial reporting in partnerships and companies.
ACCTN203Management Accounting: Accounting for Organisational Control19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Hamilton) & 19B (Tauranga)15.0
This paper examine the skills involved in everyday practice of management accounting; covers the organisational and behavioural aspects of accounting practices, and considers the ethical environment within which accountants operate.
ACCTN204Accounting Information Systems19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton) & 19B (Tauranga)15.0
This paper focuses on the practical application of technology in an Accounting context. Students experience a hands-on approach to the use of spreadsheets, relational databases, and dedicated accounting software through practical exercises.
ACCTN301Capstone in Accounting19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga) & 19T (Hamilton)15.0
The development of accounting and accounting theory, the conceptual framework, non-mandatory reporting, ethics and governance, unresolved issues, and a consideration of the nature and scope of accounting.
ACCTN303Management Accounting19A (Hamilton) & 19A (Tauranga)15.0
The foundations of this subject lie in accounting, decision theory, control theory, economics, and in organisational behaviour theory. The paper provides an overview of developments in management accounting literature.
ACCTN305Auditing19A (Hamilton) & 19A (Tauranga)15.0
This audit practice and theory paper examines the role and profession of the NZ auditor and the process according to which a statutory audit of the financial statements are performed.
ACCTN506International Accounting19A (Hamilton)30.0
This paper explores and analyses accounting in a global and transnational context. Similarities and differences between accounting and its regulation in different national contexts, and attempts to harmonise the accounting practices of different countries are discussed. The paper also addresses issues relevant for an appreciation of accounting in developing countries and economies in transition such as the economies of Eastern Europe and China.
ACCTN541Forensic Accounting19A (Hamilton)30.0
A focus on fraud and forensic auditing. Topics are examined in-depth and selected on the basis of their controversial nature or their knowledge building potential. Analysis is facilitated by a case-based approach to learning. There is a computer element to this paper.
ACCTN571Financial Accounting19A (Hamilton)15.0
This paper covers the preparation of general purpose financial reports for partnership, companies and other business combinations. The paper addresses the use and the interpretation of New Zealand International Reporting Standards in the preparation of financial reports.
ACCTN572Advanced Auditing19A (Hamilton)15.0
This paper examines the role of financial audit, the profession and market mechanisms. Included in this paper are discussions on audit practice, the audit process report internal controls and systems as they relate to professional standards and guidelines.
ACCTN573Advanced Management Accounting19A (Hamilton)15.0
This paper will provide an overview of some of the developments in the management accounting field. Emphasis throughout the paper will be placed on the importance of information to decision makers. Techniques of planning and control will be examined. The importance of feedback will be stressed and the distinction between feedback and feed-forward control. Attention will be given to the problems of control, motivation and performance.
ACCTN576Commercial and Corporate Law19A (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces students to the New Zealand legal system and laws regulation specified business activities. The initial focus is given to the laws applying to business contracts. The paper also cover principles applying to companies.
AGBUS101Agri-Food Business19A (Hamilton)15.0
This paper focuses on the business of food in modern society. It covers the production, processing, trade, and consumption of food, while emphasising their economic, environmental, and social impacts.
AGBUS201Agriculture, Food and the Environment19A (Hamilton)15.0
This paper focuses on the environmental impacts of food systems. Sustainable production, processing, trade, and consumption patterns are explored. Their links to the social context of food are reinforced.
AGBUS306Agri-food Business Analytics19A (Hamilton)15.0
This paper focuses on agri-food industry analytics. It incorporates biophysical and economic financial tools associated with budgeting, cash flow and analysis, investment analysis and the analysis of environmental footprints and agri-food value-chains.
AGBUS308Global Agri-food Systems19A (Hamilton)15.0
This paper focuses on the theory and practice of international agribusiness and trade in food products. It includes applied analysis of trade policies, agri-food value chains and food consumption and production institutions.
AGBUS501International Agribusiness19A (Hamilton)30.0
Analysis of international agribusiness examining firm and country strategies, including analysis of specific commodities.
ANTHY101Exploring Cultures: Introduction to Anthropology19A (Hamilton)15.0
An introduction to sociocultural anthropology and the comparative study of human societies and cultures, in all their various forms. An examination of social, political and economic organisation, beliefs, values and ideologies.
ANTHY201Ethnicity and Identity19A (Hamilton)15.0
This paper focuses on ethnicity and related categories of division such as "race" and nation. It explores how these concepts link to identity in different cultures and societies.
ANTHY202The Polynesians: Tangata o Te Moana19A (Hamilton)15.0
An anthropological overview of the indigenous cultures of the vast 'Polynesian triangle', from their ancient explorations and settlements, through their engagements with christianity, colonialism and capitalism, to their contemporary societies and diasporas.
ANTHY308Melanesian Ethnography19A (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces students to the anthropological work undertaken within Melanesia and demonstrates its centrality to the discipline as a whole.
ANTHY390Directed Study19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton), 19S (Hamilton) & 19Y (Hamilton)15.0
This course consists of a programme of individual research and assessment undertaken by a student working under supervision.
ANTHY515Ethnographic Research19A (Hamilton)30.0
This paper provides an in depth introduction to ethnographic research, including its ethical, theoretical, and methodical components.
ANTHY520Tribes, Empires, Nations19A (Hamilton)15.0
This paper examines tribes, empires, and nations as historically distinct types of political systems, and the ongoing influence of tribal and imperial cultures and institutions in diverse contemporary nation-states.
ANTHY589Directed Study19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton) & 19S (Hamilton)15.0
Students have the opportunity to pursue a topic of their own interest under the guidance of academic staff. Open to selected students who meet the criteria set out in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Graduate Handbook.
ANTHY590Directed Study19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton), 19S (Hamilton) & 19Y (Hamilton)30.0
Students have the opportunity to pursue a topic of their own interest under the guidance of academic staff. Open to selected students who meet the criteria set out in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Graduate Handbook.
APHYS111Physics in Context19A (Hamilton)15.0
This is an introductory paper in physics for students who have not studied physics or mathematics at NCEA level 2 or 3. It is intended to support a major in other science subjects. Emphasis is placed on describing everyday physics concepts using correct terminology. Examples of physics in action are drawn from many science areas. Topics include Newton's laws of motion, electricity & magnetism, the structure of matter & the universe, waves and heat. This paper provides a route into the applied physics minor.
APPLN501Research Methods in Applied Linguistics19A (Hamilton)30.0
The overall aim of this paper is to provide students with a critical awareness of a range of issues and skills associated with carrying out research in the area of applied linguistics.
APPLN504Language Analysis19A (Hamilton)30.0
The aim of this paper is to provide students with a critical awareness of a range of issues associated with different approaches to the analysis of language, as well as an ability to apply and assess these in the field of second language teaching and learning.
APPLN562Second Language Teaching Practicum19A (Hamilton)30.0
The aim of this paper is to develop practical teaching skills and a range of techniques for evaluating language teaching design and practice. The methodological approaches promoted in this paper are representative of international best practice in the field.
APPLN564Second Language Acquisition: Theory and Research19A (Hamilton)30.0
The aim of this paper is to introduce students to the key streams of second language acquisition theory and related research as part of their development of a professional knowledge base for second language teaching and learning.
APPLN580Special Topic19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton) & 19Y (Hamilton)30.0
Students have the opportunity to pursue a topic of interest under the guidance of academic staff.
APPLN581Special Topics in Applied Linguistics19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton) & 19Y (Hamilton)15.0
Students have the opportunity to pursue a topic of interest under the guidance of academic staff.
APPLN590Directed Study19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton) & 19Y (Hamilton)30.0
Students have the opportunity to pursue a topic of their own interest under the guidance of academic staff.
ARTSC103Rights and Reason19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga) & 19B (Hamilton)15.0
Students will develop critical thinking skills by reasoning about human rights. Issues include rights-protection in difficult circumstances, who bears responsibility for protecting human rights, and armed intervention and torture in the name of human rights.
ARTSC105Language in Context19A (Hamilton)15.0
Language in Context is an essential paper for students of a broad range of disciplines where language and communication are a focus. Students are given the tools to examine how human language reflects our histories, our social selves, and out immediate physical contexts. We observe how language is used to reinvent and to reinforce social positioning, to create and to replicate both real and virtual identities. A heightened awareness of the multi-functionality of language, whether spoken, sung, written or texted, enhances our understanding of self and allows us to be more effective communicators.
ARTSC110Old Worlds - New Worlds19A (Hamilton) & 19A (Tauranga)15.0
This multi-disciplinary paper is designed to help you become a better BA student, no matter what your major subject. It is structured by some key concepts (journey, encounter and change) and foregrounds the processes and attributes that help make culturally aware, responsible and articulate citizens: interpreting; explaining, gathering and evaluating evidence, and making a strong, evidence-based argument.
ARTSC111Social Science Theory and Action19A (Hamilton) & 19A (Tauranga)15.0
This paper introduces University of Waikato social scientists as researchers. Each presenter's research will be discussed to demonstrate how it illustrates key themes of the social sciences and their specific disciplines.

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