Search Results: 71 Papers found

Your Search was: Semester: S Semester; Year: 2019
NB: This listing may include C Semester papers taught within the same dates as 2019 S Semester.

New semester codes: From 2020 the University will change its teaching periods from semesters to trimesters

Paper code prefixes: five-letter prefixes e.g. MATHS replaces MATH, are now in place for most papers.

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ACCTN102Introductory Financial Accounting19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Hamilton), 19B (Tauranga), 19C (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China) & 19S (Hamilton)15.0
An introductory computer based accounting paper examining the preparation of accounting records. This paper provides opportunity to learn the language of accounting through addressing practical problems.
ACCTN202Intermediate Financial Accounting19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Hamilton), 19B (Tauranga) & 19S (Hamilton)15.0
This paper deals with the practices, principles and regulations of Financial Reporting in New Zealand with emphasis on financial reporting in partnerships and companies.
ACCTN302Financial Accounting19B (Hamilton), 19B (Tauranga), 19S (Hamilton) & 19S (Tauranga)15.0
This paper examines various issues of accounting practice particularly the application of New Zealand Equivalents to International Financial Reporting Standards.
ACCTN570Fundamental Accounting for Decision Making19S (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.
ACCTN581Professional Development Capstone19S (Online) & 19T (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 Project19S (Online) & 19T (Online)20.0
Students undertake a research project from an accounting workplace environment.
ACCTN583Professional Internship19S (Online) & 19T (Online)20.0
Students undertake a professional internship within an accounting workplace environment.
ANTHY390Directed Study19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton), 19S (Hamilton) & 19Y (Hamilton)15.0
This course consists of a programme of individual research and assessment undertaken by a student working under supervision.
ANTHY589Directed Study19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton) & 19S (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.
ANTHY590Directed Study19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton), 19S (Hamilton) & 19Y (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.
COMPX102Object-Oriented Programming19B (Hamilton), 19C (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China) & 19S (Hamilton)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.
COMPX151The Computing Experience19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton) & 19S (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.
COMPX251Applied Computing Tools 119A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Hamilton), 19C (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China) & 19S (Hamilton)15.0
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.
COMPX252Applied Computing Tools 219A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton), 19B (Tauranga) & 19S (Hamilton)15.0
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.
COUNS549Counselling and Contexts19S (Block)30.0
This paper provides an overview of counselling practice and its contexts, including an optional module on school counselling. It teaches the skills and ethical perspectives of collaborative approaches to counselling, offering a particular introduction to narrative therapy.
ECONS101Business Economics and the New Zealand Economy19A (Hamilton), 19A (Secondary School - Unistart), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Hamilton), 19B (Tauranga), 19C (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China) & 19S (Hamilton)15.0
This paper offers insights into the behaviour of consumers, firms and the government within the economy, giving students skills in analysing and predicting the actions of individuals and businesses.
EDART204Drama in Educational Contexts19S (Block)15.0
This paper will introduce students to the key concepts of drama and contribute to the development of specialist skills and dispositions required when working with drama as a pedagogy or for performance.
EDART503Dance Education: Transformative Perspectives19S (Hamilton)30.0
This paper will develop advanced applied understanding of dance in education in New Zealand and international contexts with a critical focus on pedagogy, curriculum, policy, and practice.
EDUCA390Directed Study19A (Hamilton), 19A (Online), 19B (Hamilton), 19S (Hamilton) & 19S (Online)15.0
No description available.
EDUCA504Critical Reflections on Decolonising Education Spaces19S (Online)30.0
Students critically reflect on extensive literature, their responses and their learning journal completed through Poutama Pounamu blended learning modules to engage in a reflexive synthesis of their ongoing learnings. This paper involved students critically reflecting back on their learning journals, a range of relevant literature and the work they have covered throughout nine Poutama Pounamu blended learning modules in order to engage in a reflexive synthesis of their ongoing learnings.
EDUCA557Research Methods19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Online) & 19S (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.
ENGEN100General Physics and Maths for Engineers19C (Hamilton) & 19S (Hamilton)15.0
A review of core topics in maths and physics that underpin study in engineering. Topics include kinematics, mechanics, electric circuits, geometry, trigonometry, complex numbers, basic algebra and basic calculus.
ENGEN184Calculus for Engineers19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Hamilton), 19B (Tauranga), 19S (Hamilton), 19S (Tauranga) & 19T (Hamilton)15.0
A study of the fundamental techniques of calculus, including differentiation and integration for functions of one real variable, with engineering applications.
ENGEN201Engineering Mathematics 219B (Hamilton) & 19S (Hamilton)15.0
Calculus of Several Variables and its Applications. Vector calculus (Green's, Gauss' and Stokes' theorems). Taylor's Theorem in n dimensions. Introduction to ordinary differential equations and methods to solve them.
ENGEN271Engineering Work Placement 119C (Hamilton), 19S (Hamilton) & 19T (Hamilton)0.0
First work placement involving 400 hours of work experience at an approved engineering organisation relevant to your studies. Typically undertaken during the summer semesters at the end of second year.
FINAN101Introduction to Finance19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Hamilton), 19B (Tauranga), 19C (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China) & 19S (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces the three core areas of finance -- financial management, investments, and capital markets and institutions. The paper also examines applications of corporate finance concepts to personal finance.
FINAN304Financial Risk Management19B (Hamilton), 19B (Tauranga) & 19S (Online)15.0
The course deals with how risks are quantified and managed, particularly for financial institutions.
FRNCH390Directed Study19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton) & 19S (Hamilton)15.0
At the discretion of the relevant Programme Convenor, students undertake independent but guided research on a topic of the student's choice
GEOGY390Directed Study19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton), 19S (Hamilton) & 19T (Hamilton)15.0
This course consists of a programme of individual research and assessment undertaken by a student working under supervision.
HMDEV322Learning and Behaviour Difficulties: Strategies for Professionals19B (Hamilton) & 19S (Hamilton)15.0
This paper provides practical skills for responding to challenging behaviour and learning difficulties in school classrooms and other learning environments (including workplaces); and considers broader developmental and environmental factors that influence what transpires in settings.
HMDEV501Development of Children and Young People: International Perspectives19S (Hamilton) & 19T (Hamilton)30.0
This paper provides a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of children and young people's development from birth to 18 years. It discusses research perspectives on optimal development for children and young people within familial, educational and broader social contexts in contemporary societies. Students will be invited to consider implications for the work of professionals such as educators, social workers, policy makers and health specialists.
HSHUP390Directed Study19A (Hamilton), 19A (Online), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Hamilton), 19B (Online), 19S (Hamilton) & 19S (Online)15.0
This paper allows you to work independently under the supervision of a staff member to conduct an investigation on a topic of your choice.
INMGT501E-Global Business: Strategic Management and Marketing19S (Online)30.0
Rapid expansion of global communications has changed the environment of international commerce resulting in the re-evaluation of the way firms conduct their transactions internationally.
LEGAL403Crime, Criminology and the Criminal Justice System19S (Hamilton)15.0
A critical overview of the theoretical explanations for crime, an examination of the policy goals of the adult and juvenile justice systems, and an introduction to the institutional arrangements for the disposition of offenders in the New Zealand criminal justice system.
LEGAL430Water Law19S (Hamilton)15.0
The paper is designed for students who wish to function skilfully in the field of environmental and resources law.
LEGAL450Contemporary Issues in Sports Law19S (Hamilton)15.0
The law is now an integral part of sport. This course explores the application of numerous legal principles to a specialist environment, the uniqueness of which invites innovative and interesting legal arrangements. It is hoped that by the end of the course, students have a working knowledge of legal problems associated with sport.
LEGAL490Directed Study19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton), 19S (Hamilton) & 19T (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.
MAORI101Introduction to Conversational Māori for Absolute Beginners19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Hamilton) & 19S (Hamilton)15.0
For absolute beginner students, this introductory paper to conversational Maori pays particular attention to pronunciation, greetings, and forms of language associated with certain cultural functions, such as mihimihi, as well as tasks such as thanking people, farewelling, communicating personal information, and naming everyday objects.
MATHS391Undergraduate Research Project19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton), 19C (Hamilton) & 19S (Hamilton)30.0
Students carry out an independent research project on an approved topic under staff supervision.
MEDIA590Directed Study19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton) & 19S (Hamilton)30.0
Provides students with an opportunity to engage with a research topic of their choice from the field of Screen and Media Studies under the guidance and supervision of a lecturer from the programme. The output may be entirely a written report or a balance of creative practice and written report. This paper offers a sound first step in completing larger independent research projects from 591-594.

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