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New paper code prefixes: From 2018 all 100, 200 and 300 level papers, and some higher papers, will use new five-letter prefixes (e.g. ENGLI replaces ENGL).

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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 Systems19B (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.
ACCTN302Financial Accounting19B (Hamilton), 19B (Tauranga), 19S (Hamilton) & 19S (Tauranga)15.0
This paper examines various issues of accounting practice particularly the application of New Zealand Equivalents to International Financial Reporting Standards.
ACCTN306Taxation19B (Hamilton) & 19B (Tauranga)15.0
This paper educates students about the main tax statutes and policy in accounting. It also addresses the importance of taxation in business decisions and the calculation of income tax obligations.
ACCTN308Performance Reporting19B (Hamilton) & 19B (Tauranga)15.0
Performance reporting looks at the critical elements needed to conduct effective financial statement analysis. This reporting includes analysis of the quality of accounting information, risk assessment and forecasting.
ACCTN309Law of Business Enterprise19B (Hamilton) & 19B (Tauranga)15.0
This paper concentrates firstly on legal framework comprising company law, the main legal business form used in New Zealand, and then on areas of law which impact companies.
ACCTN502Advanced Financial Reporting19B (Hamilton)30.0
This paper equips students with sufficient practical knowledge to appreciate some of the problems involved in preparing advanced financial statements. It will also enhance an understanding of the different issues facing accountants and preparation of general purpose financial reports, as well as enabling students to critically interpret financial statements.
ACCTN531Advanced Management Accounting19B (Hamilton)30.0
This paper aims to develop skills and critical ability in management accounting. It will broaden the knowledge of participants by examining the diverse perspectives and approaches evident in the subject of management accounting.
ACCTN574Advanced Financial Accounting19B (Hamilton)15.0
The paper is designed to facilitate students' understanding of the issues involved in the principles, practices and regulations of accounting within the New Zealand environment.
ACCTN575Advanced Taxation19B (Hamilton)15.0
The paper provides an overview of the New Zealand Income Tax Act, Tax Administration Act, Goods and Service Tax Act, and Fringe Benefit Tax, and how they are relevant to individual and corporate taxpayers. Topics include the nature of income, taxation of common types of income, the deduction and prohibition of various types of expenses, tax accounting issues, provisional tax, rebates, PAYE system and employee tax return, liability for disposal of property, and taxation principles applying to special entities such as trusts and partnerships.
ACCTN577Performance Reporting19B (Hamilton)15.0
The paper will cover the three key areas of financial management decisions relating to investment, financing and asset management.
ACCTN578Accounting Information Systems19B (Hamilton)15.0
This paper addresses the design, acquisition, operation, and control of computerised information systems specific to the accounting field. the theories and learning in this paper are applied and reinforced through practical exercises using spreadsheets, relational databases, and accounting packages.
ADLNG500Issues in Adult and Tertiary Education19B (Hamilton)30.0
This paper will investigate issues in current theory, policy and practices in adult and tertiary education locally and internationally. In the course of this enquiry, students will be expected to critique multiple perspectives, develop a coherent philosophical base and a research design to address a specific issue.
AGBUS202Food and the Consumer19B (Hamilton)15.0
Students will learn about food systems from the perspective of the consumer including: Demand analysis/product differentiation, preferences for non-taste attributes (e.g. organic/free-range) and analytical tools used to assess food preferences.
AGBUS304Agri-food Policy19B (Hamilton)15.0
Students will learn about industry and government policy-making and critical analysis of current and proposed policies in the context of Agri-Food industries drawing on concepts learnt in AGBUS202 and AGBUS201.
AGBUS502Agribusiness Case Studies19B (Hamilton)30.0
Analysis of agribusiness decisions pertaining to production and trade.
ANTHY102New Zealand and the Pacific19B (Hamilton)15.0
Social and cultural change in Aotearoa-New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, with special emphasis on national identities, regional relations and global forces.
ANTHY207Magic, Witchcraft and Religion19B (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces students to the anthropological study of religion and illustrates the crucial role religion has played in shaping human societies and human history more generally.
ANTHY300Cultures and Environments in the Pacific19B (Hamilton)15.0
This paper explores anthropological approaches to human environment relations with a particular focus on the Pacific.
ANTHY301Imagining Cultures19B (Hamilton)15.0
This paper critically examines the concept of 'culture', especially how it was relativised, pluralised and democratised by the twentieth century discipline of anthropology.
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.
ANTHY512Extractive Industries and Indigenous Peoples19B (Hamilton)15.0
This course explores the various ways in which the extractive industries, such as mining, oil and gas, and logging, influence and are interpreted by indigenous people, particularly those living throughout the Pacific.
ANTHY521Environmental Anthropology19B (Hamilton)30.0
This paper uses an anthropological lens to understand human-envrionment relations and critically engages with current envrionmental concerns, beliefs, practicies and ideologies.
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.
APPLN505Teaching English for Academic Purposes19B (Hamilton)30.0
The course will develop students' critical awareness of issues, research and professional knowledge central to the teaching of English for Academic Purposes at pre-sessional, in-sessional and postgraduate levels.
APPLN530Discourse Analysis and the Language Classroom19B (Hamilton)30.0
The overall aim of this paper is to provide students with an awareness of a range of issues associated with the analysis and interpretation of text and discourse according to a variety of approaches, as well as an ability to apply a range of analytical approaches and assess the value of these in the field of second language teaching and learning.
APPLN563Second Language Course Design, Materials and Methodology19B (Hamilton)30.0
This paper is designed to provide participants with a critical understanding of a variety of theoretical approaches to second/foreign language curriculum and syllabus design and to help them understand current practice in second/foreign language teaching methodology and materials design.
APPLN565Second Language Testing and Programme Evaluation19B (Hamilton)30.0
The overall aim of this paper is to introduce students to the key oncepts and procedures relating to second language testing and language programme evaluation.
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.
AQCUL101Introduction to Aquaculture19B (Tauranga)15.0
This paper will introduce marine aquaculture in a New Zealand context, with perspectives from historical Maori aquaculture and that of ancient foreign cultures.
AQCUL202Aquaculture Innovation19B (Tauranga)15.0
This paper will introduce students to innovative blue biotechnologies that enhance marine aquaculture species target and product diversity as well as improving process efficiency, including environmental sustainability in a New Zealand context.
AQCUL302Research tools for the aquaculture industry19B (Tauranga)15.0
This paper will introduce modern research tools that give us a detailed understanding of the physiology of farmed fish/shellfish species and provide insight into how their husbandry can be improved.
ARTSC101Indigenous Social Science Research19B (Hamilton) & 19B (Tauranga)15.0
With an emphasis on indigenous ways of understanding and knowing, students engage with critical questions about social issues, examine a range of social science research strategies and techniques, and consider the ethical values required of researchers engaged with indigenous peoples and communities.
ARTSC102Art in Context19B (Hamilton)15.0
This paper develops key academic skills through an examination of the roles that various Arts – especially music, theatre, dance performance and the screen-based arts, play in society. The course looks at the arts through both creative and critical approaches focusing especially on the interactions of performers/creators and audiences from a range of cultures.

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