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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.
ACCTP512Risk and Technology7.5
Risk and Technology analyses how businesses create and protect stakeholder value with a focus on risk management, data and technology arising from existing and emerging technologies, process automation and the use and application of data.
ACCTP513Financial Accounting and Reporting7.5
This paper requires candidates to apply International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), or local equivalents, and regulatory and ethical requirements to account for and report on a diverse range of business transactions and events.
ACCTP514Business Performance7.5
This paper is concerned with equipping students with skills for critiquing the performance of a business and supporting decision-making. The ability to critique the performance of a business and provide advice in the execution of business strategy is an essential skill for Chartered Accountants.
ACCTP515Accounting for Mātauranga Māori and Sustainability7.5
In Sustainability for Accountants, students will develop their awareness of environmental, social and governance (ESG) impacts on organisations, and the role Chartered Accountants play in linking these issues to broader business agendas. Students will also develop an awareness of Matauranga Maori and its contribution to sustainability decision-making.
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.
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.
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).
CHEMY101Structure and Spectroscopy - Tūramaramatia i ngā Hanganga24A (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
A theoretical and practical course covering aspects of analytical and inorganic chemistry. This course is required for the chemistry major. He pepa tirotiro i nga tuahua o te wetewete i te matauranga matuwaro me tona kore paraumu, he pepa matua o roto o te tohu matuora.
COMPX102Object-Oriented Programming24B (Hamilton), 24B (Secondary School - Unistart), 24B (Tauranga), 24C (Hamilton Waikato College), 24H (Hamilton), 24X (Hainan University, Haikou, China) & 24X (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China)15.0
This paper builds on introductory programming experience, and assumes a knowledge of basic programming techniques, which it expands on particularly in the areas of data organisation and algorithms. It also provides an introduction to: object-oriented programming, computer architecture, Boolean algebra, assembly language, and program analysis.
COMPX568Programming for Industry24A (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)30.0
An examination of object-oriented programming and design. Key principles of object-oriented programming: typing, encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism and composition. Fundamental object-oriented modelling and design techniques. Students will develop application software of reasonable complexity that draws on object-oriented language features, and contemporary APIs, frameworks and tools.
COMPX569Programming with Web Technologies24A (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)30.0
An examination of developing web-based applications. Client-side technologies: HTML, CSS and Javascript. Server-side technologies to support dynamic Web pages and data access. Fundamental relational database concepts and design techniques. Principles of Web-application design. HCI considerations and mobile clients.
CSMAX596Computer Science Internship24A (Block), 24B (Block), 24C (Block) & 24X (Block)60.0
This internship enables the development of practical knowledge and hands-on experience through a supervised internship in the IT industry.
DATAX111Statistics for Science24B (Hamilton), 24B (Tauranga) & 24C (Hamilton Waikato College)15.0
An introductory paper in statistics that uses Microsoft Excel. Topics include the collection and presentation of data, basic principles of experimental design, hypothesis testing, regression and the analysis of categorical data.
DIGIB101The World of Digital Business24B (Hamilton) & 24VB (National Economics University, Vietnam)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.
DIGIB519Professional Field Internship24A (Hamilton), 24B (Online) & 24C (Online)30.0
This paper facilitates practical experience building and skills development through an intensive industry internship for graduate level students. This paper is delivered online, and students will be on site and at work in their host organisations from 8-13 weeks, based in host organisations in New Zealand or overseas.
EDUCA290Directed Study24C (Tauranga)15.0
This paper is available for those students involved in a specified project or study.
ENGLI202Shakespeare's Worlds24C (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.
EXMBM511Communication and Collaboration in Organisations24A (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
In the context of organisational behaviour, this paper equips students with the key communications, intercultural and people management skills required to function efficiently at an individual, group and organisational level. Learn what it takes to work in diverse environments and influence key stakeholders.
EXMBM512Leadership and Change Management24A (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
Effective Leadership is an essential component for organisational and business success. This paper helps participants to identify their leadership potential and discusses the role of leaders in a complex and continually changing environment.
EXMBM514Economics and the Global Context24A (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
Understand key concepts and tools of economic analysis to examine decision-making at the micro and macro level within a global context. Students will explore the complex interactions between domestic and international business environments and its impact on the performance of a business or organisation.
EXMBM521Strategic Management and Decision Making24A (Hamilton) & 24B (Hamilton)15.0
Apply your strategic thinking skills to explore how organisations can achieve long term competitive advantage. Demonstrate competence in strategic analysis and decision-making by blending theory and practical examples.
EXMBM522Marketing Strategy24C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper presents a strategic view of marketing to illustrate what drives value for customers, organisations and stakeholders in an ever changing environment. Learn core marketing concepts and understand how to develop and present a strategic marketing plan.
EXMBM531Applied Research and Consultancy Practices24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)30.0
This paper develops ability in applied research methods and ethical business practices as students plan and write an applied research report that will be of value to all stakeholders. Students will also gain experience in work integrated learning as they undertake a consultancy project for a real business.
EXMBM532Managing Innovation and Value Creation24A (Hamilton) & 24B (Hamilton)15.0
Managing innovation and creating value for business is a key skill for aspiring managers. This paper equips students to develop an entrepreneurial mindset and analyse the different types of innovation.
EXMBM533Integrative Learning Project24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
This final capstone paper seeks to integrate all the learnings from the MBM programme in the context of action learning where students investigate an idea in depth and apply their knowledge to create and test a new real-life business opportunity.
FOUND001Academic Essentials24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces students to the academic context and learning strategies aimed to foster success in university study. Students will develop skills in academic reading and writing, planning and giving presentations, note-taking, goal-setting, planning, and reflection. They will be introduced to the principles of academic integrity and the importance of referencing. Students will also be encouraged to reflect on their learning preferences and the role of well-being, self-awareness, and identity in future success.
FOUND002Foundations of Critical Thought24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces students to ways of analysing information people encounter in their everyday lives and in university papers. We begin by explaining what critical thinking is and looking at components of persuasive arguments. Then, we explore various forms of faulty argument and introduce formal logic. Skills developed are then applied to a range of topics, including intercultural communication, how different cultures consider wellbeing, and the Aotearoa (New Zealand) context.
FOUND003Foundations of Arts24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces students to the study of the arts, primarily through exploring human engagement with stories, both fictional and nonfictional. We begin by considering the origins of the human storytelling instinct and the earliest forms of stories, myths. Then we'll investigate various folktales and begin exploring the structures common to all stories, before turning to more modern examples and media. Then we'll look at stories about the past, and how they are both similar and different to fictional ones.
FOUND004Foundations of Social Sciences24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces students to the social sciences. We begin by considering what the social sciences are, and consider when, where, how, and why they developed. We look at how social scientists view the world, consider personal worldviews and their powerful influence on how people make sense of their lives and others'. We also explore groups in general, looking in particular at customs, laws and institutions - how they work, what happens when they break down, how they change over time and how they can be studied.
FOUND005Foundations of Business Studies24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces students to the key concepts of strategic management, marketing, supply chain, management systems and digital business and how they interrelate. Through analysis of case studies students will consider how key concepts can be applied to real-world business decisions, as well as the challenges faced by managers in contemporary business environments.
FOUND007Foundations of Calculus24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
The aim of this paper is to introduce students to concepts of pure mathematics. We begin with basic algebra, functions, and co-ordinate geometry. The majority of our time will be devoted to differentiation, integration, and differential equations. Students will develop problem-solving skills and apply them to a variety of mathematical situations.
FOUND008Foundations of Mathematics and Statistics24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
The aim of this paper is to strengthen students' mathematical skills and deepen their understanding of key mathematical concepts. We begin with number, basic algebraic methods, coordinate geometry, and trigonometric relationships. Then we devote time to methods of calculus, statistics, and probability. Students will develop problem-solving skills and apply them to a variety of mathematical situations.
FOUND009Foundations of Biology24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
The aim of this paper is to deepen students' understanding of key concepts in biology. We begin with cells, genes, and heredity. Then we devote time to study how organisms consume and transform energy to maintain homeostasis. We also study plant and animal systems in relation to whole organism functioning, cell organisation, and genetic diversity. Students' learning will be supported by a range of experiments and demonstrations.
FOUND010Foundations of Chemistry24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
The aim of this paper is to deepen students' understanding of key concepts in organic and inorganic chemistry. We begin with properties of subatomic particles, atoms, and atomic structure. We then study moles, equilibrium, bonding, and acids and bases. Students' learning will be supported by a range of experiments and demonstrations.
FOUND011Foundations of Physics24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
The aim of this paper is to develop students' understanding of Physics by exploring some of the principles that underlie the physical realm. We begin by looking at mechanics, the study of motion. We then study electricity and magnetism and the relationship between these two fields, the characteristics of waves and atomic/nuclear physics. Students' learning will be supported by a range of experiments and demonstrations.
FOUND012Foundations of Science24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper will introduce students to the nature of Science, scientific inquiry, and fundamental scientific conceptual frameworks. We begin by looking at key concepts in Physics and Biology. We then consider key concepts in Chemistry and Earth Sciences. We will also explore how scientists gather and analyse empirical data.
FOUND014Foundations of Business Financials24A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton) & 24C (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces students to the wider financial world. Throughout the paper students will learn about the concepts and interconnections between accounting, finance and economics and how to apply these in business decision-making. They will also learn how to prepare, analyse and interpret financial and economic data.

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