Search Results: 42 Papers found

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ACCTN581Professional Development Capstone22G (Online) & 22H (Online)20.0
The objective of this paper is to help students develop critical thinking and sound analytical skills about the past, present and future of accounting theory and practice. This paper covers key theoretical positions underlying the practice of accounting as well as key factors effecting the development of the profession. The principles of Treaty of Waitangi, Ethics, CSR, globalisation and current issues will be examined with a particular emphasis on both theoretical and practical issues.
ACCTN582Research Project22G (Online) & 22H (Online)20.0
Students undertake a research project from an accounting workplace environment.
ACCTN583Professional Internship22G (Online) & 22H (Online)20.0
Students undertake a professional internship within an accounting workplace environment.
CHEMY511Structural Characterisation I22A (Hamilton) & 22G (Hamilton)15.0
Using a combination of lectures viewed online and instrumental work, students master the skills required to acquire NMR and mass spectra and interpret these to identify an unknown compound. Students should have received basic instruction in carbon and proton NMR before considering enrolling in this course.
COMPX201Data Structures and Algorithms22A (Hamilton), 22A (Tauranga), 22G (Hamilton) & 22X (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China)15.0
This paper covers object-oriented software development in Java focusing on abstract data types and dynamic data structures, while introducing design methodologies in software construction, software process, and software testing.
ECONS205Data Analytics with Business Applications22A (Hamilton), 22B (Hamilton), 22B (Tauranga), 22G (Hamilton) & 22X (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China)15.0
This paper introduces various data analytical methods and illustrates their business and economics applications, showing how to use data to communicate more convincingly and to produce better-informed business decisions.
ECONS506Economics for Business22A (Hamilton) & 22G (Hamilton)15.0
An analysis of the economics of business including producers, consumers, markets and the role of the State. This paper is designed for MPAcct and MAppFin students who may not have studied economics at undergraduate level.
ECONS507Quantitative Skills for Finance and Economics22A (Hamilton) & 22G (Hamilton)15.0
This paper provides students with a thorough grounding in the applied quantitative techniques required for professional practice in business, finance and economics. The main emphasis is on recognising which techniques are appropriate for particular types of problems, using the techniques and interpreting the results.
EDART202Visual Art in Educational Contexts22G (Tauranga)15.0
The paper explores a chosen art process through exposure to art skills and visual research strategies. It embraces current art education practices through art experiences and guided inquiry.
ENGEN102Engineering Maths and Modelling 1B22B (Hamilton), 22B (Tauranga) & 22G (Hamilton)15.0
A further study of the fundamental techniques of algebra and calculus with engineering applications. Includes an introduction to relevant statistical methods.
ENGEN103Engineering Computing22A (Hamilton), 22A (Tauranga) & 22G (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces computer programming in languages such as the MATLAB language. It provides the basis for the programming skills required in more advanced papers.
ENGEN110Engineering Mechanics22B (Hamilton), 22B (Tauranga) & 22G (Hamilton)15.0
Statics and dynamics of rigid bodies. Application of freebody diagrams and equations of equilibrium to calculate internal and external forces and moments on/in structures and mechanisms. Kinetics and kinematics of particles. Geometric properties of areas.
FINAN303Computer Modelling in Finance22A (Hamilton), 22A (Tauranga), 22G (Hamilton) & 22X (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China)15.0
This paper introduces the use of spreadsheets and programming in building appropriate and credible financial models useful for analysts and managers in financial decision making.
FINAN518Financial Risk Management22G (Hamilton)15.0
This advanced paper utilising the latest research pertaining to financial risk develops student skills in managing financial risk exposure, including interest rate risk, foreign exchange risk and commodity price risk.
FINAN520Financial Econometrics22G (Hamilton)15.0
This paper equips students with advanced tools for the analysis of financial data, including the return forecasting, volatility and econometrics of asset pricing. It is an advanced paper utilising the latest research pertaining to financial econometrics. Students will develop skills with R, Stata and other econometric software.
HISTY235Māori and Treaty History in Professional Practice22G (Hamilton)15.0
This paper examines the application of Maori and Treaty history to professional practice. It explores how these histories are relevant to historical work in the private and public sectors today.
HMDEV200Child Development22G (Tauranga)15.0
This paper critically explores a diverse range of theories and perspectives that relate to both historical and current discourses to understanding child development.
HRMGT300Women and Management22G (Hamilton)15.0
This paper analyses: 1) women's different employment experiences and career outcomes, 2) the implications of gendered employment outcomes, and 3) government and organisation initiatives designed to redress gendered employment outcomes.
INMGT200Global Business Management22G (Online)15.0
The global environment provides opportunities and challenges for all organisations. Develop the skills to analyse global megatrends, identify strategic issues in the global business environment, and evaluate strategies of multinationals and small firms.
INTLC101International Languages and Cultures22B (Hamilton) & 22G (Online)15.0
This paper introduces students to major world cultures and their languages in a comparative context. Students will gain a critical understanding of culture and diversity through examining the languages and cultures of China, France, Japan, Spain and Latin America.
INTLC380Study Abroad 122G (Block), 22I (Block) & 22X (Block)15.0
This paper will enable students to undertake appropriate individual study abroad programmes as part of their undergraduate degree. Each study programme should have a significant component of time spent offshore, with a series of assessments being agreed in advance with the paper convenor.
LCOMM101Introduction to Leadership Communication22A (Hamilton), 22A (Tauranga) & 22G (Hamilton)15.0
By showing how to lead through improving communication, understanding who we are, and collaborating for problem-solving, this course provides a repertoire of skills relevant to personal, family, and organisational success.
LINGS204Language of Social Media22G (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces students to the study of language in the genre of social media, using linguistics theory and concepts.
MAORI102He Hīnatore ki te Ao Māori: Introducing the Māori World22A (Hamilton), 22A (Online), 22B (Hamilton), 22B (Online) & 22G (Online)15.0
An introduction to the Maori world view, social organisation, cultural concepts, including Maori astronomy, and their relevance in a contemporary society.
MAORI251Raranga Whakairo: Design Elements in Māori Fibre Arts22G (Hamilton)15.0
This paper is a multi-disciplinary focused paper providing students with the opportunity to understand a Maori worldview through the lens of Maori fibre arts praxis. MAORI251 is an introduction to raranga whakairo, the theoretical and practical application of patterns within the weave. Students learn to raranga and critically examine customary/traditional techniques in modern day applications.
MAORI313Te Reo Māori: Advanced 322G (Hamilton) & 22G (Tauranga)15.0
Ko te kaupapa o tenei pepa he whakawhanui, he whakapakari i te taha korero, whakarongo, panui, tuhituhi hoki. Katoa nga ahuatanga o tenei o nga whakaakoranga kei te reo Maori. Ki te whakapau te tangata i ona kaha ki enei whakaritenga, ka nui ake te ahei o te tangata ki te whakapuaki whakaaro-a-waha, a-tuhituhi hoki, ahakoa he aha te kaupapa; whakarongo, panui, whakamarama i nga korero a te tangata ahakoa ko wai, ahakoa no whea; whakawhanui i tana kete kiwaha, kirehu, whakatauki me te kupu whakarite.
MEDIA309Game, Play and Society22G (Online)15.0
This paper examines interactive digital gaming as a technological, aesthetic and social phenomenon that constitutes a distinct form of expression and discrete category of cultural activity. Students will understand the affordances of games and explore key principles of game design.
MNMGT581Research Methods in Management Studies22A (Hamilton), 22B (Hamilton) & 22G (Hamilton)30.0
This paper aims to introduce students to the assumptions underlying the different methodologies and methods for performing research in the social sciences. The focus is on interpretive, positivist, critical, and mixed methods. The paper attempts to give students the conceptual and methodological resources needed to think and converse as researchers in organisations and to develop a certain level of competence in at least one research methodology/method. This is accomplished through the generation of a research proposal in a field of interest to the student and critiques of methodological approaches found in the academic literature.
PHILO103Critical Thinking22A (Online) & 22G (Online)15.0
This paper helps students to engage critically with the sorts of arguments encountered both inside and outside the University.
PHILO218Ethics at Work22G (Online)15.0
A study of ethics as it relates to business and professional practice in New Zealand including material specifically for interest groups: eg computer science, psychology and social work.
PHILO318Ethics at Work22G (Online)15.0
This is an applied ethics paper focussing on the professions, research and business. It examines contemporary issues relevant to a wide range of occupations graduates might enter.
PHILO390Directed Study22A (Hamilton), 22B (Hamilton), 22D (Hamilton), 22G (Hamilton) & 22H (Hamilton)15.0
This paper offers students an opportunity to undertake advanced research on a specific topic of philosophical interest.
PHILO589Directed Study22A (Hamilton), 22B (Hamilton), 22G (Hamilton) & 22H (Hamilton)15.0
Students have the opportunity to pursue a topic of their own interest under the guidance of academic staff.
POLCY390Directed Study22A (Hamilton), 22B (Hamilton), 22G (Hamilton) & 22H (Hamilton)15.0
This course comprises a programme of individual research and assessment undertaken by a student working under supervision of an academic staff member.
POLSC390Directed Study22A (Hamilton), 22B (Hamilton), 22G (Hamilton) & 22H (Hamilton)15.0
This course comprises a programme of individual research and assessment undertaken by a student working under supervision of an academic staff member.
PSYCH110Psychology Goes to the Movies: What Blockbuster Films Get Right and Wrong About the Science of Human Behaviour 22G (Online)15.0
In this course we examine the scientific integrity of popular movies with psychological themes, addressing questions such as “How well does this film depict psychological principles, behaviours, and psychological science?”.
SCIEN300Science Communication22G (Hamilton)15.0
This paper discusses different ways in which science can be communicated by scientists to others. It gives students opportunities to practise verbal, written, visual and other forms of communication.
SOCIO311Current Issues in Crime Control and Social Justice22G (Online)15.0
This paper examines sociological explanations for criminal behaviour and examines issues within criminal justice.
SPNSH131Spanish for Beginners 122A (Hamilton) & 22G (Hamilton)15.0
The first of two papers that offer an introduction to Spanish language for beginners. Emphasis is given to communication underpinned by knowledge of the grammatical system of the language. This course aims to provide students with proficiency in both written and spoken Spanish and it takes students towards level A1 of the Common European Framework of References for Languages.
STMGT306Business Ecosystems22G (Online)15.0
Entrepreneurial ecosystems showcase the factors driving economic growth and sustainable development. Develop skills in evaluating the context for innovation and entrepreneurial growth, assessing entrepreneurial culture and applying innovation metrics.

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