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ACCTN101Accounting for Management24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton Waikato College), 24B (Tauranga), 24C (Hamilton Waikato College), 24VA (National Economics University, Vietnam) & 24X (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China)15.0
This paper focuses on the analysis and use of financial and non-financial information by internal and external stakeholders to make informed business decisions.
ACCTN102Introductory Financial Accounting24A (Hamilton), 24A (Tauranga), 24B (Hamilton) & 24X (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China)15.0
This paper teaches students how to record, report, and analyse accounting information and prepare financial statements. The paper involves the use of current accounting software technologies.
ACCTN202Intermediate Financial Accounting24A (Hamilton), 24A (Tauranga) & 24B (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 Control24A (Hamilton), 24A (Tauranga) & 24B (Hamilton)15.0
This paper provides students with an understanding of management accounting, with emphasis on the use of costing, budgeting, and performance evaluation to make informed business decisions.
ACCTN204Accounting Information Systems24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24B (Tauranga)15.0
This paper employs hands-on application of current technologies to prepare students to use and develop accounting systems, to store and retrieve accounting data, and to analyze complex accounting data.
ACCTN302Financial Accounting24B (Hamilton) & 24B (Tauranga)15.0
This paper involves detailed examination of current accounting practices, principles and regulations.
ACCTN306Taxation24B (Hamilton) & 24B (Tauranga)15.0
This paper educates students about the main statutes and policy in New Zealand taxation. It also addresses the importance of taxation in business decisions, the calculation of income tax obligations and the preparation of tax returns.
ACCTN308Performance Reporting24B (Hamilton) & 24B (Tauranga)15.0
This paper develops competencies in performance reporting pertaining to the key areas of financial management: investment, financing and asset management.
ACCTN502Advanced Financial Reporting24B (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 Accounting24B (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.
ACCTP572Advanced Auditing24B (Hamilton)15.0
This paper aims to develop an awareness of auditing by applying theory to audit practice and audit decision-making. Students will focus on the role of the external auditor, professional expectations, professional ethics, and regulation related to the audit of financials statements. The key concepts of the audit process and the application of audit techniques to cases will be emphasised.
ACCTP574Advanced Financial Accounting24B (Hamilton)15.0
This paper is designed to deepen understanding of the issues involved in the current practices, principles, and regulations of New Zealand accounting. The paper critically discusses major issues of accounting practice. The paper further facilitates critical and independent thinking, enhances analytical ability, and fosters creativity and initiative.
ACCTP575Advanced Taxation24B (Hamilton)15.0
This paper covers the fundamentals of the New Zealand taxation system and its administration and aims to help students develop the technical skills in the interpretation and application of the New Zealand Tax Legislation (Income Tax Act 2007, GST ACT 1985 and other related legislations).
ACCTP577Performance Reporting24B (Hamilton)15.0
The paper will cover the three key areas of financial management decisions relating to investment, financing and asset management.
AGBUS202Food and the Consumer24B (Hamilton)15.0
This paper develops student understanding and analytical skills pertaining to food marketing and consumer perceptions, choice motives, segmentation and attitudes towards sustainable and innovative food products.
AGBUS304Agri-food Policy24B (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.
AGBUS306Agri-food Business Analytics24B (Hamilton)15.0
This paper focuses on agri-food industry analytics. It incorporates biophysical and economic financial tools associated with budgeting, cash flow analysis, and investment analysis.
AGBUS502Agribusiness Case Studies24B (Hamilton)30.0
Analysis of agribusiness decisions pertaining to production and trade.
ALPSS301Work-integrated learning - Placements24A (Hamilton), 24A (Tauranga), 24B (Hamilton), 24B (Tauranga), 24C (Hamilton) & 24C (Tauranga)15.0
Students will receive preparatory workshops prior to commencing their placements. Students can source their own placements - to be approved by the WIL Convenor, or apply for opportunities in the Student Placement Platform, MyWIL.
ALPSS363The Impact Lab24A (Hamilton), 24A (Tauranga), 24B (Hamilton) & 24B (Tauranga)15.0
This paper provides an opportunity for interdisciplinary teamwork on solutions for a sustainability problem posed by a local organisation. This experience will enable students to reflect on transferable skills developed during their studies and this paper.
ALPSS500Academic & Professional Research & Writing24A (Online), 24B (Online) & 24C (Online)30.0
In this course, students will gain the skills and confidence to seamlessly transition from study to work. This course works to enhance the 'skills for the future' identified by the World Economic Forum (2020), in order to produce resilient, creative students with strong analytic and critical thinking skills.
ANTHY102Exploring Cultures: Aotearoa and the Pacific24B (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.
ANTHY201Patriots, Racists, and Foreigners: Ethnicity and Identity in Global Perspective24A (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.
ANTHY208Protest Movements in the Asia-Pacific24B (Hamilton)15.0
This paper is about how people across the Asia-Pacific region act collectively to challenge the status quo of powerful political, social, economic, and cultural systems.
ANTHY300Culture and Power in the Pacific24B (Hamilton)15.0
This paper examines the cultural logics of different systems of political action, leadership and ideology in Pacific Island societies.
ANTHY301Radical Thinking in Anthropology24B (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces students to influential theoretical ideals in anthropology from the 19th century to the present. Students will investigate paradigm shifts over the history of the discipline, including contributions and critiques from minority and indigenous scholars.
ANTHY308Many Worlds: Melanesian Cultures15.0
This paper introduces students to the anthropological work undertaken within Melanesia and demonstrates its centrality to the discipline as a whole.
ANTHY521Cultural Perspectives on Environmental Issues24B (Hamilton)30.0
This paper uses an anthropological lens to understand human-environment relations and critically engages with current environmental concerns, beliefs, practices and ideologies.
APPLN501Research Methods in Applied Linguistics24B (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.
AQCUL202Fish Aquaculture24B (Tauranga)15.0
This paper has been designed to provide a more in-depth knowledge on key fish species that are currently being farmed around the world and within New Zealand. There will be a particular focus on understanding the biology and physiology of the organism's lifecycle and how this knowledge enables the technology being used in production. We will also introduce a number of key challenges that the industry faces in the future and how biological tools and research are used to make the industry more sustainable.
AQCUL302Research Tools for the Aquaculture Industry24B (Tauranga)15.0
Research and development is essential to develop an efficient and sustainable aquaculture industry. This paper provides students with a knowledge and working experience of a number of modern laboratory techniques that help researchers understand the physiology of farmed organisms to inform and innovate husbandry practise. This has direct application to maintaining welfare standards and improving overall industry performance. This paper will be of particular importance to biology students who have an interest in post graduate studies or a career in research
ARTSC103Rights and Reasons24A (Hamilton), 24A (Tauranga) & 24B (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.
ARTSC106Critical Social Science Research: The Crisis of Climate Change24B (Hamilton) & 24B (Online)15.0
This paper is an introduction to critical social science research in Aotearoa New Zealand. It adopts an interdisciplinary approach spanning Indigenous and Feminist studies, political science and sociology, and is organised around the case study of climate change.
ARTSC112Music, Sound and Human Communication24B (Online)15.0
Every day we communicate using complex linguistic and musical systems. This paper will explore the role of sound and music in human communication and the cognitive, social, and cultural processes, which underlie such communication. The paper takes a broad, interdisciplinary look at all aspects of sound and musical communication, from the semiotic function of music to its application in a variety of communication contexts.
ARTSW300Arts and Cultural Festivals24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
For this paper students will participate in an arena established by a relevant professional group or organisation that call for works reflecting an authentic skill set or other aspect of professional practice associated with the arts. For example, creative performances (music, theatre, writing competitions, film festivals and cultural festivals etc) or creative projects that are judged, displayed publicly or performed to an external audience.
ARTSW301Professional Practice in the Arts24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
This is an applied professional practice and work relationship paper that permits students studying any aspects of the arts to apply their disciplinary knowledge and skills to fulfil a brief set by an external client. Students may opt to complete design-based tasks, a creative composition (written, audio-visual, music), historical or archival research or use language and cultural competence skills in a range of communication scenarios.
ARTSW302Work-related Arts Research Project24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
The work-related project is primarily a university-based project with a focus on particular professional ecologies connected with arts discipline skills, practices, praxis and performance. Projects provide an opportunity for students to either reflect on key issues attached to communication and creative industries or simulate aspects of professional practice (e.g. professional writing, research, or creative practice).
BIOEB102Introduction to Ecology and Biodiversity - Mātai Hauropi a Kanorau Koiora24B (Hamilton) & 24B (Tauranga)15.0
An introduction to the principles of ecology and biodiversity. Topics include population, community and ecosystem ecology, conservation biology, and the structure, functioning and environmental responses of animals and plants. Examples will include New Zealand ecosystems and biota. He whakataki tenei pepa i nga matapono o te matai hauropi me te rerenga rauropi. Ko nga kaupapa matua ko te tapuhi kaiao o te taupori, o te hapori, me te punaha haupori, tae atu ana ki te hanganga, te patukitukitanga, me nga whakautu taiao o nga momo kararehe, tipunga hoki. Ko etahi tauira ko nga punaha hauropi me ngai tipunga, nga kirehe hoki o Aotearoa.
BIOEB200Behavioural Ecology & Conservation24B (Hamilton)15.0
The paper provides an introduction to the principles and concepts of behavioural ecology, and to the application of these to case studies in conservation biology in New Zealand.
BIOEB202Principles of Ecology24B (Hamilton) & 24B (Tauranga)15.0
This paper covers the principles of ecology, including adaptation to the environment, intra- and inter-specific interactions, community and ecosystem dynamics, and biogeography. Weekend field trips and computer laboratory work are essential elements.

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