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ACCTN101Accounting for Management21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton), 21B (Tauranga), 21C (Waikato Pathways College) & 21X (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 Festivals21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (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 Arts21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (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 Project21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (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 Spectroscopy21A (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
A theoretical and practical course covering aspects of analytical and inorganic chemistry. This course is required for the chemistry major.
COMMS202Intercultural Perspectives in Communication21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper examines concepts of intercultural communication where consideration is given to individual and cross cultural values and practice. Communication will be considered through a range of themes including Treaty partnership in Aotearoa, cultural understanding and influences, perceptions and personality, motivation, decision making, groups and teams, diversity, inclusion and belonging, cultural approaches to leadership. This will enable students to gain insight into the complexity of culture and communication and to develop tools and strategies to communicate effectively in culturally diverse contexts.
COMPX101Introduction to Programming21A (Hamilton), 21A (Online), 21B (Hamilton), 21B (Waikato Pathways College), 21C (Waikato Pathways College) & 21X (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.
COMPX102Object-Oriented Programming21B (Hamilton), 21B (Tauranga), 21C (Waikato Pathways College), 21H (Hamilton) & 21X (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China)15.0
This paper continues from COMPX101, expanding upon data organisation and algorithms, and introducing code contracts, computer architecture, Boolean algebra, assembly language, program analysis and object-oriented programming.
COMPX161Introduction to the Web21B (Hamilton), 21B (Waikato Pathways College), 21C (Waikato Pathways College), 21I (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China) & 21X (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.
CSMAX596Computer Science Internship21A (Block), 21B (Block), 21C (Block) & 21X (Block)60.0
This internship enables the development of practical knowledge and hands-on experience through a supervised internship in the IT industry.
DIGIB101The World of Digital Business21B (Hamilton) & 21C (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.
ENSLA100English for Professions21A (Online), 21A (Waikato Pathways College), 21B (Waikato Pathways College), 21C (Waikato Pathways College) & 21X (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.
FOUND001Introduction to Study Skills21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
This is a skills-based paper which focuses on note-taking, research, essay writing, exam preparation and the other learning processes that are fundamental to successful university study.
FOUND002Introduction to Critical Thought and Expression21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
In this paper, students are introduced to the skills and concepts of critical thought and expression which help them to maximise their success at university.
FOUND003Bridging Arts21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper provides students with an introduction to the Humanities. It focuses especially on arts subjects offered at the University of Waikato, such as English, History, Languages, Music, and Screen and Media Studies. This paper leads in to degrees with arts based content such as the LLB and BTchg, as well as the BA.
FOUND004Bridging Social Sciences21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper provides students with a structured and focused introduction to the Social Sciences. It draws on historical and contemporary examples in order to illustrate how important events and ideas have shaped the modern social science subjects. The paper also offers an applied introduction to social science research. This paper leads in to degrees with social science based content such as the BMS(Hons) and BTchg, as well as the BSocSc.
FOUND005Bridging Business Studies21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper prepares students for degree-level study in management-related disciplines. It introduces and applies foundation business concepts, so that students develop both business and tertiary skills at the same time.
FOUND006Bridging Accounting21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper is designed to cover the basic accounting concepts, processes, reports and the interpretation of the same. Emphasis is on sole trader businesses.
FOUND007Bridging Calculus21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper gives the necessary preparation in pure mathematics for students wishing to undertake first year university mathematics papers. Particular attention is paid to the areas of algebra, co-ordinate geometry, trigonometry and calculus.
FOUND008Bridging Mathematics and Statistics21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
The paper introduces students to basic algebraic and geometric concepts, trigonometric methods, calculus and statistics. The paper is designed to lead in to one of MATHS165, MATHS168 or STATS121.
FOUND009Bridging Biology21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper is designed to prepare students for 100 level papers in Biology. Students will study different systems in living organisms. They will also learn about cell structure, genetics and evolution, as well as discuss contemporary issues in biology.
FOUND010Bridging Chemistry21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper is designed to prepare students for 100 level papers in Chemistry. Students will study energy changes, aqueous solution chemistry, atomic structure, bonding and the periodic table, organic substances, inorganic substances, and oxidation-reduction.
FOUND011Bridging Physics21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper is designed to prepare students for 100 level papers in Physics or to provide a background in Physics for other tertiary study. Students will study mechanics, wave motion, electromagnetism, and atomic/nuclear physics. They will do a wide range of experiments related to the topics and also conduct a special research assignment.
FOUND012Bridging General Science21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces students to basic concepts of Biology, Chemistry and Earth Sciences within a Maori and Pacific context and is designed to prepare students for science study at university, particularly in Earth Sciences or Ecology.
FOUND021English for Foundation Studies 121A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper provides students with English language development in the areas of reading and writing skills as they relate to their subject area studies.
FOUND022English for Foundation Studies 221A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper provides students with further English language development in the areas of reading, writing and speaking with a focus on understanding and producing more complex spoken and written text types.
FOUND101English for Academic Purposes 121C (Hamilton) & 21C (Online)15.0
Students are introduced to academic discourse, academic research process, and New Zealand university systems, including academic integrity. They will produce tertiary-level academic scholarship individually and with peers.
FOUND202Personal and Professional Capabilities21C (Hamilton) & 21C (Online)15.0
This paper enables students to obtain the personal and professional capabilities they need to succeed in postgraduate study in New Zealand. Students will develop critical thinking skills, analysing their own preferences and capabilities, raising self-awareness and understanding the impact of these on their professional behaviour.
FOUND301New Zealand Context and Society21C (Hamilton) & 21C (Online)15.0
Students will develop an understanding of how culture, heritage and New Zealand specific environments influence aspects of New Zealand life. Students will develop an awareness of historical events and how they have shaped New Zealand society, and will be able to use this lens to analyse social, cultural, political and economic norms in a local and global context.
HSHUP301Industry and Community Engagement in Health, Sport and Human Performance 121A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (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 221A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (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 Purposes21A (Online), 21A (Waikato Pathways College), 21B (Waikato Pathways College) & 21C (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 Practices21A (Online), 21A (Waikato Pathways College), 21B (Waikato Pathways College) & 21C (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 Practices21B (Waikato Pathways College) & 21C (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 Reflection21C (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.
INMGT517Current Issues in International Management21C (Online)30.0
This paper identifies and examines a wide range of current management issues, both internal and external to the organisation, that impact on international managers operating across national borders. It helps students understand the implications of a global economy by highlighting the key challenges of managing across cultural and national boundaries.
LEGAL105Introduction to New Zealand Law and Society21A (Online) & 21C (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.
LEGAL490Directed Study21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton), 21C (Hamilton), 21G (Hamilton) & 21H (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 Communities21A (Hamilton), 21B (Hamilton) & 21C (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.
MATHS135Discrete Structures21B (Hamilton), 21B (Tauranga) & 21C (Waikato Pathways College)15.0
An introduction to a number of the structures of discrete mathematics with wide applicability in areas such as: computer logic, analysis of algorithms, telecommunications, networks and public key cryptography. In addition it introduces a number of fundamental concepts which are useful in Statistics, Computer Science and further studies in Mathematics. Topics covered are: sets, binary relations, directed and undirected graphs; propositional and some predicate logic; permutations, combinations, and elementary probability theory; modular arithmetic.

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