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New semester codes: From 2020 the University will change its teaching periods from semesters to trimesters

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ACCTN101Accounting for Management20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton), 20B (Tauranga), 20C (Waikato Pathways College), 20P (Hamilton), 20P (Online) & 20X (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.
ARTSW300Arts and Cultural Festivals20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton), 20C (Hamilton) & 20X (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 Arts20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton), 20C (Hamilton) & 20X (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 Project20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton), 20C (Hamilton) & 20X (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).
CHEMY101Structure and Spectroscopy20A (Hamilton) & 20C (Hamilton)15.0
A theoretical and practical course covering aspects of analytical and inorganic chemistry. This course is required for the chemistry major.
COMPX101Introduction to Programming20A (Hamilton), 20A (Online), 20B (Hamilton), 20C (Waikato Pathways College), 20G (Hamilton), 20P (Hamilton), 20P (Online) & 20X (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China)15.0
This paper introduces computer programming in C# - the exciting challenge of creating software and designing artificial worlds within the computer. It also covers concepts such as the internals of the home computer, the history and future of computers, cyber security, computer gaming, databases, mobile computing and current research and challenges in computer science. No prior programming knowledge is assumed.
COMPX161Introduction to the Web20B (Hamilton), 20C (Waikato Pathways College), 20I (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China) & 20X (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China)15.0
This paper introduces the core Web technologies of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Students will learn how to combine these technologies with design principles to produce effective web content.
COMPX290Directed Study20C (Tauranga)15.0
A directed study involving the design, implementation and testing of the solution to a hardware and/or software engineering problem and production of a formal report.
COMPX390Directed Study20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton), 20C (Hamilton), 20X (Hamilton) & 20X (Tauranga)15.0
A directed study involving the design, implementation and testing of the solution to a hardware and/or software engineering problem and production of a formal report.
DIGIB101The World of Digital Business20B (Hamilton) & 20C (Waikato Pathways College)15.0
Information and communications technologies are fundamentally changing business operations. This paper introduces all aspects associated with the ever-evolving field of digital business.
EDUCA390Directed Study20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton), 20C (Hamilton), 20S (Hamilton), 20S (Online) & 20X (Online)15.0
No description available.
ENGCV212Structural Engineering 120A (Hamilton) & 20C (Online)15.0
Analysis of skeletal structural members, supports and connections subject to single and combined loading. Calculation of displacements (translations or rotations) and stresses both normal (direct) and shear stresses, in bars, beams and shafts and bearing stress. Use of Mohr's circle for stress transformation and its use in failure criteria.
ENGEN102Engineering Maths and Modelling 1B20B (Hamilton), 20B (Tauranga), 20C (Hamilton), 20G (Hamilton) & 20X (Tauranga)15.0
A further study of the fundamental techniques of algebra and calculus with engineering applications. Includes an introduction to relevant statistical methods.
ENGEN270Engineering and Business20A (Hamilton), 20C (Online) & 20X (Hamilton)15.0
This paper focuses on empowering students to become “business savvy” and prepared to enter the workplace and solve real-world problems. Topics covered include; team formation, design thinking, Lean Canvas, project management, Agile, risk management, project finance, professional ethics, preparing for the workplace, and business culture.
ENGEN370Engineering and the Environment20A (Hamilton) & 20C (Online)15.0
This paper covers sustainability in engineering design and renewable energy generation through the critical lens of environmental impact assessment, risk and resilience, sustainable infrastructure and development, material and energy flow analysis, emissions, carbon accounting and life cycle analysis.
ENGEN570Engineering and the Profession20C (Online) & 20D (Hamilton)15.0
The roles and responsibilities of professional engineers are examined. Topics include; project management, leadership, negotiation, ethical responsibilities, legal duties, Treaty of Waitangi, intellectual property and professional communication.
ENGLI202Shakespeare's Worlds20C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper explores Shakespeare's worlds in performance and in print, examining his plays and poems in the context of the dynamic cultural outputs from many other Renaissance artists.
ENSLA100English for Professions20A (Waikato Pathways College), 20B (Waikato Pathways College), 20C (Waikato Pathways College), 20P (Hamilton), 20P (Online) & 20X (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China)15.0
The paper is designed to provide practical experience in the application of English language skills and to replicate the skills the students will need as they transition to the workplace within their chosen profession. This paper is intended for students with English is an additional language.
HSHUP301Industry and Community Engagement in Health, Sport and Human Performance 120A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton) & 20C (Block)15.0
This paper fulfills The University of Waikato's requirement for all students to engage with the wider community in a work-related or applied project setting. This paper provides opportunities for professional and personal development within varied work-related settings relevant to the fields of sport, health and human performance. This paper is designed for students majoring in the Sport Development and Coaching, or Community Health as part of the Bachelor of Health, Sport and Human Performance.
HSHUP302Industry and Community Engagement in Health, Sport and Human Performance 220A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton) & 20C (Block)15.0
This paper fulfills The University of Waikato's requirement for all students to engage with the wider community in a work-related or applied project setting. This paper provides opportunities for professional and personal development within varied work-related settings relevant to the fields of sport, health and human performance. This paper is designed for students majoring in Human Performance Science for the Bachelor of Health, Sport and Human Performance and will include lab-based practical components.
IDSPM101English for Academic Purposes20A (Waikato Pathways College), 20B (Waikato Pathways College) & 20C (Waikato Pathways College)0.0
The purpose of this module is to introduce students to academic study in New Zealand context and equip them with an understanding of English for learning and assessment. During this module, students will improve their ability to read, write, listen and speak in English for academic purposes in a New Zealand context, individually and with peers.
IDSPM102Positive Learning Practices20A (Waikato Pathways College), 20B (Waikato Pathways College) & 20C (Waikato Pathways College)0.0
The purpose of this module is to develop students' awareness of positive learning practices in relation to academic integrity and success. During this module, students will continue to advance their reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills in English towards an intermediate level, in relation to learning styles, preferences, and practices; academic integrity and plagiarism; assessing academic material for assessment purposes; and positive feedback practices.
IDSPM103Academic Skills and Practices20B (Waikato Pathways College) & 20C (Waikato Pathways College)0.0
The purpose of this module is to foster independent learners with increased intercultural competence and evaluate skills and practices required to thrive in a university setting. During this module, students will enhance their ability to read, write, listen, and speak in English at an intermediate level, in relation to critical thinking and analysis skills, intercultural competence, and Te Ao Maori.
IDSPM104Critical Reflection20C (Waikato Pathways College)0.0
The purpose of this final module is to cultivate students' ability to critically reflect on and interpret academic material in preparation for entry into the second year of their chosen qualification. During this module, students will engage with relevant industry examples and academic literature and expand their level of proficiency in reading, writing, listening, and speaking in English, ready for transition into degree-level study at the University of Waikato.
LEGAL105Introduction to New Zealand Law and Society20A (Online) & 20C (Online)15.0
An introduction for non lawyers to the nature and functions of law and the processes of lawmaking. The relationship between law and society will be illustrated by relevant examples.
LEGAL417Law Brief20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton), 20C (Hamilton), 20S (Hamilton) & 20X (Hamilton)15.0
Expect to answer a question of law set out in a legal brief originating from any number of public or private sources such as; law practitioners, legal clinics, companies, businesses, NGO's, government departments, charities, or private citizens.
LEGAL418Advanced Competitions20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton), 20C (Hamilton), 20S (Hamilton) & 20X (Hamilton)15.0
The difference between theory and legal practice can, at times, be vast. In this paper, students asume the 'role' of lawyer in practical legal scenarios of either client interviewing, negotiation, mooting or any other approved competition. A combination of research, written and oral skills are employed before legal practitioners and members of the judiciary who provide direct critique and feedback.
LEGAL419Research Clerk20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton), 20C (Hamilton), 20S (Hamilton) & 20X (Hamilton)15.0
This is an opportunity to answer a question of law while being immersed in a professional work environment. An opportunity to develop and show-case your critical thinking, research, writing and oratory skills. Expect a wide variety of research clerk opportunities to choose from as we partner with the likes of law firms, legal practitioners, businesses, companies, government departments / ministries and councils.
LEGAL490Directed Study20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton), 20C (Hamilton), 20G (Hamilton) & 20S (Hamilton)15.0
This paper is open to suitably qualified students who, under supervision of one or more academic staff members with experience in the appropriate area(s), engage in research leading to the production of the equivalent of a 6000 to 8000 word research assignment.
MAORI300Working with Indigenous Communities20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton) & 20C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper focuses on the critical learnings, knowledge's and pedagogies related to working with whenua, whanau, hapu, iwi, Maori, Pacific and Indigenous communities.
MAORI390Kaupapa Rangahau20A (Hamilton), 20A (Tauranga), 20B (Hamilton), 20B (Tauranga), 20C (Hamilton), 20C (Tauranga) & 20X (Hamilton)15.0
A Directed Study is a taught paper that enables suitably qualified undergraduate students to undertake a piece of extended Indigenous Studies research. Students enrolled in this paper work on a focused piece of research under the guidance of academic staff with relevant expertise.
MATHS168Preparatory Mathematics20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton), 20C (Waikato Pathways College) & 20X (Hamilton)15.0
Basic algebraic concepts and an introduction to Calculus and Statistics. This paper provides a last chance for students to correct a weak background in mathematics. Students who meet the prerequisites of MATH165 or MATH166 should take one of those papers instead.
MATHS390Directed Study20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton) & 20C (Hamilton)15.0
Students carry out an independent research project on an approved topic under staff supervision.
MNMGT550Management Strategy in Context20C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper applies key strategic, communication and marketing frameworks and tools to the analysis of real organisations, and then develops strategies to enhance their stakeholder centric positioning and performance.
MRKTG101Fundamentals of Successful Marketing20A (Hamilton), 20A (Tauranga), 20B (Hamilton), 20C (Waikato Pathways College), 20S (Hamilton) & 20X (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China)15.0
This paper focuses on the role of Marketing in business, introducing students to marketing research, consumer behaviour, and analysis, as essential tools for developing brand positioning strategies that create value.
PRMGT300Business Operations in Project Management20A (Online), 20B (Online), 20C (Online) & 20P (Online)15.0
This paper covers important concepts and issues related to the management of operations in the context of project management. These are discussed from both strategic and an operational perspectives.
PRMGT301Fundamentals of Project Management20A (Online), 20B (Online), 20C (Online) & 20P (Online)15.0
This paper will provide insights into the fundamental approaches and applications for managing projects. Key material will be drawn from the Project Management Body of Knowledge. In the form of a micro-credential, students will have the option to sit the exam to become a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) from the Project Management Institute (PMI).
PRMGT302Project Management in Practice20A (Online), 20B (Online) & 20C (Online)15.0
This paper addresses advanced important practical project management issues relating to systems, processes and personnel with special attention given to success and failure examples through case studies.
PRMGT303Applied Project Management20A (Online), 20B (Online) & 20C (Online)15.0
This is the capstone paper for the Graduate Certificate and Minor in Project Management. The paper takes a case-based approach to apply the learnings from the other project management papers and explore their relevance to real-world projects. Students will have the opportunity to explore projects of their choice, including projects they have been personally involved in. From this, students will gain an appreciation of typical project challenges and success factors.
SCIEN305Science and Matauranga Māori20A (Hamilton), 20B (Hamilton) & 20C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper will provide science graduates with an understanding of both scientific and Matauranga Maori perspectives on topical issues and the ability to apply these in a Vision Matauranga context.

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