Search Results: 122 Papers found

Your Search was: Semester: S Semester (Summer School 1); Year: 2017
NB: This listing may include C Semester papers taught within the same dates as 2017 S Semester (Summer School 1).

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ACCT102Introductory Financial Accounting17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)15.0
An introductory computer based accounting paper emphasising the preparation of accounting records. This paper provides ample opportunity to learn the language of accounting through practical problems.
ACCT202Intermediate Financial Accounting17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)20.0
Preparation of general purpose financial reports, following New Zealand International Reporting Standards, and interpretation thereof. Accounting for companies, partnerships and business combinations.
ACCT209Accounting and Managerial Decision Making17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)20.0
An introduction to the areas of financial accounting and management accounting.
ACCT302Financial Accounting17B (Hamilton), 17B (Tauranga), 17S (Hamilton) & 17S (Tauranga)20.0
A study of the principles and practices of company accounting.
ACCT490Directed Study17A (Hamilton), 17A (Tauranga), 17B (Hamilton), 17B (Tauranga), 17C (Hamilton), 17C (Tauranga), 17S (Hamilton), 17S (Tauranga), 17Y (Hamilton) & 17Y (Tauranga)20.0
This paper is available only to Waikato Management School students with the approval of the Chairperson of Department. Students have the opportunity to pursue a topic of their own interest under the guidance of academic staff.
ACCT507Accounting, Sustainability and a Changing Environment17S (Hamilton)30.0
A study of the potential role(s) of accounting in the journey to a sustainable civilisation. A key theme in the paper is change with a particular focus on how changes in thinking must inform changes in action.
ACCT570Fundamental Accounting for Decision Making17S (Hamilton)15.0
This paper emphasises learning the preparation of financial records and also provides an understanding of the techniques and issues related to management accounting.
ACCT581Professional Development Capstone17S (Online) & 17T (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.
ACCT582Research Project17S (Online) & 17T (Online)20.0
Students undertake a research project from an accounting workplace environment.
ACCT583Professional Internship17S (Online) & 17T (Online)20.0
Students undertake a professional internship within an accounting workplace environment.
ACCT590Directed Study17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton), 17C (Hamilton), 17S (Hamilton) & 17Y (Hamilton)30.0
Students have the opportunity to pursue a topic of their own interest under the guidance of academic staff. This paper is available only to Waikato Management School students with the approval of the Chairperson.
AGRI490Directed Study17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton), 17C (Hamilton), 17S (Hamilton) & 17Y (Hamilton)20.0
This paper involves supervised study of a topic in Agribusiness. Typically the directed study involves critical review of the literature on the chosen topic, and writing a substantive paper, analysing the literature and producing insights. Components of the paper should be in a style suitable for publication.
ALED225Dance and Education17S (Tauranga)20.0
This paper focuses on dance within educational contexts through increasing dance skills (both creative and performative), dance knowledge and exposure to teaching strategies which embrace current dance practices. Learning will include both practical work and guided enquiry.
ALED325The Teacher as Writer17S (Block)20.0
This paper encourages teachers to think of themselves as writers, while offering them a range of perspectives to think about. They engage in writing as an aspect of their professional practice.
ALED515Drama as Pedagogy: The Mantle of the Expert17S (Hamilton)30.0
This paper gives students, including practicing teachers with a specialism in drama education, the opportunity to research, critique and plan programmes for learners using the drama-based inquiry learning system 'Mantle of the Expert'.
ALED590Directed Study17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton), 17C (Online), 17S (Hamilton) & 17S (Online)30.0
The Directed Study provides the postgraduate student with the opportunity to do a small piece of independent research under supervision, contributing to the student's development as an independent scholar.
ANTH206Food, Taste, Cuisine: Origins and Transformations17S (Hamilton)20.0
The relationship between humans and food is affected by culture, ethnicity, geography, history, religion, class and gender. It is necessary for survival but also involves taste, discernment and style. In everyday life and ceremony, food is culturally significant.
ANTH390Directed Study17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton), 17S (Hamilton) & 17Y (Hamilton)20.0
Open to selected students who, with the approval of the Programme Convenor, undertake an individual programme of study on an anthropological topic, as agreed in discussion between the student and proposed supervisor.
ANTH589Directed Study17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)15.0
Students have the opportunity to pursue a topic of their own interest under the guidance of academic staff. Open to selected students who meet the criteria set out in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Graduate Handbook.
ANTH590Directed Study17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton), 17S (Hamilton) & 17Y (Hamilton)30.0
Students have the opportunity to pursue a topic of their own interest under the guidance of academic staff. Open to selected students who meet the criteria set out in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Graduate Handbook.
CAFS011Bridging Physics17A (Hamilton), 17A (Waikato Institute of Technology - Wintec), 17B (Hamilton), 17B (Waikato Institute of Technology - Wintec), 17S (Hamilton) & 17T (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.
CGRD581Report of an Investigation17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)30.0
Write a report based on the investigation of a topic that is negotiated with a supervisor.
CHEM589Directed Study: Chemistry Topics17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton), 17C (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)15.0
This paper may involve a literature review or the preparation of a proposal.
COMP104Introduction to Computer Science 217B (Hamilton), 17D (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)15.0
This paper continues from COMP103, expanding upon data organisation and algorithms, and introducing code contracts, computer architecture, Boolean algebra, assembly language, program analysis and object-oriented programming.
COMP123The Computing Experience17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)15.0
This laboratory-based paper introduces a range of computer tools for application in the sciences, the arts and other disciplines. Students tailor the paper to their own needs by selecting sets of exercises to extend their prior knowledge.
COMP221Introduction to 3D Modelling and Animation17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)10.0
This paper introduces 3D modelling concepts through self-paced laboratory exercises. Students will use polygons, nurbs and texturing to develop simple scenes. Basic key-framing, path animation and the use of dynamics are explored, along with the effects of lighting and cameras for rendering.
COMP223Information Discovery17A (Hamilton), 17A (Tauranga), 17B (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)20.0
This paper enables students to widen their experience of computer software using an intensive laboratory programme. Students select from a variety of themes, including video editing, website design, digital library development, computer game construction, animation and 3D modelling.
COMP278Interactive Computing17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)20.0
This paper provides an opportunity to explore several software applications in depth. It is based on an intensive laboratory programme, where students tailor their choices to their own needs and interests by selecting two themes from a set of modules.
CUPR002Introduction to Critical Thought and Expression17A (Hamilton), 17A (Waikato Institute of Technology - Wintec), 17B (Hamilton), 17B (Waikato Institute of Technology - Wintec), 17C (Hamilton), 17S (Hamilton) & 17S (Waikato Institute of Technology - Wintec)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.
CUPR004Bridging Social Sciences17A (Hamilton), 17A (Waikato Institute of Technology - Wintec), 17B (Hamilton), 17B (Waikato Institute of Technology - Wintec), 17S (Hamilton) & 17S (Waikato Institute of Technology - Wintec)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 and BTchg, as well as the BSocSc.
DSOE557Research Methods17A (Hamilton), 17A (Tauranga), 17B (Online) & 17S (Block)30.0
This paper introduces students to the major educational research paradigms, methodologies appropriate to collecting data in schools (including interviews, observations, surveys, case studies), action research, literature reviews, critiquing research, and report writing. It includes consideration of ethical issues in research.
ECON339Urban and Regional Economics17S (Hamilton)20.0
This paper analyses: economic forces that shape the internal spatial structure of urban areas and systems as a whole, economic basis of patterns of regional growth and development and rationale and effectiveness of regional policies followed by selected countries. Offered in alternate years.
ECON390Directed Study17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)20.0
This paper is available only to Waikato Management School students with the approval of the Undergraduate Convenor.
ECON439Urban and Regional Economics17S (Hamilton)20.0
This paper analyses: economic forces that shape the internal spatial structure of urban areas and systems as a whole, economic basis of patterns of regional growth and development and rationale and effectiveness of regional policies followed by selected countries. Offered in alternate years.
ECON490Directed Study17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)20.0
This paper is available only to Waikato Management School students with the approval of the Undergraduate Convenor of Department.
ECON589Directed Study17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton), 17C (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)15.0
Selected topics may be available. Please discuss these with the Graduate Convenor.
ECON590Directed Study17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton), 17C (Hamilton), 17S (Hamilton) & 17Y (Hamilton)30.0
Selected topics may be available. Please discuss these with the Graduate Convenor.
ENGG184Calculus for Engineers17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton) & 17S (Hamilton)15.0
A study of the fundamental techniques of calculus, including differentiation and integration for functions of one real variable, with engineering applications.
ENMP301Special Topics in Technology17A (Hamilton), 17B (Hamilton), 17S (Hamilton) & 17Y (Hamilton)20.0
An independent theoretical, literature or experimental investigation of a technological topic, supervised by a member of staff.
ENVP217Environmental Ethics for Planners17S (Online)20.0
A study of ethical questions about the relationship of humans to the rest of the natural world, including the attribution of value and rights to the non-human world and ethical issues in environmental planning.

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