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APPLN580Special Topic23A (Hamilton), 23B (Hamilton) & 23D (Hamilton)30.0
Students have the opportunity to pursue a topic of interest under the guidance of academic staff.
APPLN581Special Topics in Applied Linguistics23A (Hamilton), 23B (Hamilton) & 23D (Hamilton)15.0
Students have the opportunity to pursue a topic of interest under the guidance of academic staff.
COMPX520Dissertation23D (Hamilton), 23I (Hamilton) & 23X (Hamilton)45.0
A directed study investigation and report on an approved project or study topic under the supervision of a lecturer. Students should obtain the lecturer's approval and signature on an enrolment sheet (available from the School Office).
COUNS548Supervision Practice23D (Block)30.0
This paper is an introduction to the practices of counselling supervision from a narrative stance, including reflecting on team supervision.
DATAX391Undergraduate Research Project23A (Hamilton), 23B (Hamilton), 23D (Hamilton) & 23X (Hamilton)30.0
Students carry out an independent research project on an approved topic under staff supervision.
ENGEN570Engineering and the Profession23D (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.
HISTY591Dissertation23A (Hamilton), 23B (Hamilton) & 23D (Hamilton)30.0
A report on the findings of a theoretical or empirical investigation.
HLTSC980Professional Doctoral Research Portfolio23D (Hamilton)120.0
This paper provides the taught component of the Professional Doctorate of Health Science programme. The paper covers an in-depth analysis of the issues that students need to consider in approaching their doctoral research, including research design, comparative methodologies, Maori, Pacific and Indigenous research approaches and preparing a research proposal. The paper will be delivered through tutorials (online and face-toface) and online discussion forums. The sessions will be facilitated by senior academics and other invited experts with considerable experience around research, policy and governance. This will include Maori researchers and health leaders.
LEGAL106Legal Systems and Societies23D (Hamilton) & 23D (Tauranga)30.0
An introduction to the history, sources, context and institutions of law in Aotearoa/New Zealand, with particular reference to statute, custom as illustrated by Maori customary law and the common law, and the distinctive position of the Treaty of Waitangi.
LEGAL201Public Law23D (Hamilton) & 23D (Tauranga)30.0
Part One examines the principles of constitutionalism and the framework of the New Zealand system of government. Part Two examines the exercise and control of executive power in New Zealand and the relationship between the state, its agencies and the individual.
LEGAL204Contracts23D (Hamilton) & 23D (Tauranga)30.0
This paper is an introduction to the theory of contract; the general principles relating to the operation, formation and discharge of contract; and the general principles of agency. It is a core paper for the Council for Legal Education (CLE).
LEGAL207Torts23D (Hamilton) & 23D (Tauranga)30.0
An analysis of the general principles of civil liability; interests protected by the law of torts; negligence; specific torts such as nuisance and defamation; and the law relating to compensation for personal injury by accident in New Zealand.
LEGAL301Crimes23D (Hamilton) & 23D (Tauranga)30.0
An analysis of the general principles of criminal law and selected offences chargeable under New Zealand law; an introduction to criminal procedure from arrest to sentencing in both jury and judge-alone trials (excluding evidence); and an introduction to the criminal justice system.
LEGAL307Land Law23D (Hamilton) & 23D (Tauranga)30.0
An analysis of the history, principles and bicultural context of land law.
MEDIA591Dissertation23A (Hamilton), 23B (Hamilton) & 23D (Hamilton)30.0
Provides students with an opportunity to engage with a topic of their choice from the field of Screen and Media Studies under the guidance and supervision of a lecturer from the programme. The outcome is a report of approx 10,000 words or equivalent on the findings of a theoretical, empirical or practice-led investigation in the field.
MUSIC101Secondary Performance Studies 123B (Hamilton) & 23D (Hamilton)15.0
Students develop musical interpretation and technical skills in their chosen instrument/voice and broaden their repertoire knowledge and performance opportunities at Friday performance hour sessions.
MUSIC117Musicianship 123D (Hamilton)15.0
An introduction to sight-reading, score reading, keyboard skills, choral and aural training and general musicianship.
MUSIC119Materials of Music: Harmony, Counterpoint, Aural Training23D (Hamilton)15.0
A study of harmony and counterpoint in the Western tradition using historical and contemporary models. Scores and sound files are realised using computer software.
MUSIC121Chamber Music 123D (Hamilton)15.0
This paper provides practical experience and development in a variety of chamber music formations, sonata duo, piano duet, piano trio, string quartet, vocal ensemble, as well as orchestral and choral practice, and, for keyboard players, continuo and accompanying skills.
MUSIC201Secondary Performance Studies 223D (Hamilton)15.0
This course teaches fundamental technical and musical training to facilitate greater proficiency and understanding of your chosen musical instrument.
MUSIC221Chamber Music 223D (Hamilton)15.0
Development of chamber music skills that were introduced in MUSIC121.
MUSIC227Performance Ensemble: Choir/Orchestra23D (Hamilton)15.0
This course comprises two streams: University Chamber Orchestra and University Chamber Choir. The course will cover discipline-specific ensemble skills, vocal/orchestral techniques and discipline, and relevant vocal and orchestral repertoire.
MUSIC250Lyric Diction and Language Studies23D (Hamilton)15.0
Exploring the study of diction and language for singers, including IPA, English diction, Italian, French, and German.
MUSIC301Secondary Performance Studies Class23D (Hamilton)15.0
This paper further develops musical interpretation and technical skills with the chosen instrument through weekly classes, and broadens repertoire, knowledge and performance ability through Friday Performance Hour sessions.
MUSIC321Chamber Music 323D (Hamilton)15.0
This paper provides advanced practical experience and development in a variety of chamber music formations and may also include orchestral and choral practice, and, for keyboard players, continuo and accompanying skills.
MUSIC327Performance Ensemble 223D (Hamilton)15.0
This course comprises two streams: University Chamber Orchestra and University Chamber Choir. The course will cover discipline-specific ensemble skills, vocal/orchestral techniques and discipline, and relevant vocal and orchestral repertoire. Entry to the Orchestra by application.
MUSIC501The Aesthetics of Music23D (Hamilton)30.0
No description available.
MUSIC510Music and the Screen23D (Hamilton)30.0
No description available.
MUSIC522Composition Studies23D (Hamilton)90.0
No description available.
PHILO591Dissertation23A (Hamilton), 23B (Hamilton) & 23D (Hamilton)30.0
A report on the findings of a theoretical or empirical investigation.
POLSC591Dissertation23A (Hamilton), 23B (Hamilton), 23D (Hamilton) & 23X (Hamilton)30.0
A report on the findings of a theoretical or empirical investigation.
PSYC521Professional Issues in Clinical Practice23D (Hamilton)20.0
This first year clinical paper introduces the science and practice of clinical psychology. It is designed to provide an entry into the profession and to understand the history and nature of our field. Students attend weekly case conference and clinical concepts seminars and produce case studies and appropriate documentation of their clinical experience.
PSYC522Bicultural Approaches to Clinical Practice23D (Hamilton)20.0
This first year clinical paper provides knowledge of bicultural theory and practice in Aotearoa/New Zealand and of the implications of biculturalism for mental health systems. Students attend weekly case conference and clinical concepts seminars and produce case studies and appropriate documentation of their clinical experience.
PSYCH551Case Study Analysis in Applied Psychology ABA23D (Hamilton) & 23D (Online)45.0
This 45-point course teaches students to critically analyse and apply theoretical knowledge of behaviour analysis to psychological practice within a science-practitioner model, aiming to develop effective and culturally sensitive practitioners.
PSYCH587Behaviour Analysis Practicum23D (Online)15.0
This paper focuses on the knowledge and skills required for practitioners and academics in behaviour analysis working in applied settings. Students will gain this knowledge and these skills in the context of a practical project in a community setting. This will involve conducting a behavioural assessment to identify intervention needs, and the development of an intervention or treatment plan based on the results of this assessment.
PSYCH591Honours Dissertation23D (Hamilton)30.0
A report on the findings of a theoretical or empirical investigation.
TEACH200Making Sense of and Exploring the World23D (Hamilton) & 23D (Tauranga)15.0
Students will develop critical insights into how children make sense of their worlds. Children's engagement with various learning domains will be explored, and the role of the teacher examined.
TEACH213NZ Curriculum in Action: The Arts23D (Hamilton), 23D (Tauranga) & 23X (Online)15.0
This paper introduces students to the teaching of the Arts learning area in New Zealand Schools, using innovative pedagogy that will engage diverse learners.
TEACH310Evidence-based Practice in Mathematics23D (Hamilton), 23D (Tauranga) & 23X (Online)15.0
Students develop knowledge and understanding of learning and teaching mathematics with a focus on evidence-based practice and inquiry. Students extend their knowledge of research-based frameworks, curriculum documents and assessment.
TEACH313Evidence-based Practice in English23D (Hamilton), 23D (Tauranga) & 23X (Online)15.0
Students develop knowledge and understanding of learning and teaching literacy with a focus on evidence-based practice and inquiry. Students extend their knowledge of research based frameworks, curriculum documents, and assessment, and apply this to practice.

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