Search Results: 63 Papers found

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ACCTN301Capstone in Accounting19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga) & 19T (Hamilton)15.0
The development of accounting and accounting theory, the conceptual framework, non-mandatory reporting, ethics and governance, unresolved issues, and a consideration of the nature and scope of 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.
ANTHY325Maori Heritage Management19T (Hamilton)15.0
The paper is concerned with interpreting and protecting the Maori cultural landscape, particularly in relation to current legislation, the Treaty of Waitangi settlement process, and issues of iwi/hapu
ANTHY525Māori Heritage Management19T (Hamilton)15.0
This paper is concerned with interpreting and protecting the Maori cultural landscape, especially in relation to current legislation, the Treaty of Waitangi settlement process, and issues of iwi/hapu development.
COMPX201Data Structures and Algorithms19A (Hamilton), 19C (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China) & 19T (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces programming with data structures using Java. Students learn how to program in Java and become familiar with the design, analysis, and application of commonly used data structures, including stacks, queues, lists, trees, and sets.
ECONS205Data Analytics with Business Applications19B (Hamilton), 19B (Tauranga), 19C (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China), 19T (Hamilton) & 19T (Tauranga)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 Business19T (Hamilton)15.0
An advanced analysis of the economics of business from production through processing to markets and the consumer.
ECONS507Quantitative Skills for Finance and Economics19T (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.
EDART203Music in Educational Contexts19T (Tauranga)15.0
This paper explores music education enabling students to further develop their musical skills and knowledge in the context of school and community music education.
ENGEN103Engineering Computing19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga) & 19T (Hamilton)15.0
This paper introduces computer programming in languages such as Python. It provides the basis for the programming skills required in more advanced papers.
ENGEN110Engineering Mechanics19A (Tauranga), 19B (Hamilton), 19B (Tauranga) & 19T (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.
ENGEN111Electricity and Electronics19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Tauranga) & 19T (Hamilton)15.0
Students are introduced to underlying concepts in electricity such as current, voltage and power, and apply these concepts in a laboratory by making circuits and measuring them with common laboratory instruments.
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.
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.
ENGME221Engineering Thermodynamics19A (Hamilton) & 19T (Hamilton)15.0
This paper covers the fundamental concepts and laws of thermodynamics, including thermodynamics properties of substances, first and second law analysis, power cycles, refrigeration cycles and simple combustion analysis of engines.
ENGME540Finite Element Analysis19A (Hamilton) & 19T (Hamilton)15.0
Theory of finite elements analysis using variational methods. Numerical modelling for finding the stresses and displacements of bars, beams and plates, and the temperature distribution of 1D heat transfer. Matlab code development assignment for simpler problems and assignments using commercial software to solve more complicated problems.
FINAN303Computer Modelling in Finance19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga) & 19T (Hamilton)15.0
This paper enables students to understand financial modelling and its usefulness. It ensures that students have skills in financial problem solving from a corporate perspective using Excel and visual basic.
FINAN510Financial Theory and Corporate Policy19A (Hamilton) & 19T (Hamilton)15.0
This paper covers the principles of corporate finance as in FINA311; including capital budgeting, capital structure, dividend policy, cash and liquidity management and advanced theoretical components. Prior exposure to the standard financial concepts and relevant research to this area is assumed.
FRNCH380Study Abroad: French Language Intensive19T (Block)15.0
This paper will enable students who have passed the intensive summer school course in French offered by the University of New Caledonia to credit this study to their degree.
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.
HMDEV200Child Development19T (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.
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.
HPSCI203Nutrition for Health and Exercise19A (Hamilton) & 19T (Block - Tauranga)15.0
This paper will include an overview of nutrition in the context of sport and health related settings, with focus on understanding the roles of macro and micro-nutrients, energy balance, measurement of resting, exercising energy expenditure, chronic lifestyle related disease and influences on current diet practices.
HRMGT300Women and Management19T (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.
INMGT517Current Issues in International Management19B (Online) & 19T (Online)30.0
No description available.
LEGAL105Introduction to New Zealand Law and Society19A (Online) & 19T (Online)15.0
An introduction for non lawyers to the nature and functions of law and the processes of lawmaking. The relationship between law and society will be illustrated by relevant examples.
LEGAL205Foundations in Legal Studies19B (Online) & 19T (Online)15.0
A paper to provide students with a basic understanding of the New Zealand legal system, and an introduction to the law of torts, contract, agency, sale of goods and services, persons, including corporate bodies, property and consumer legislation.
LEGAL443Special Topic: Advanced Employment Law19T (Hamilton)15.0
This paper is an advanced study of selected issues in employment law. Issues will inclued legal developments in health and safety, collective bargaining, strikes, lockouts, privacy, social media, discrimination and interference with business relations/intellectual property.
LEGAL449Mediation: Law, Principles and Practice19T (Hamilton)15.0
This paper will offer students an opportunity to understand mediation at an advanced level. It will examine legal aspects of mediation, theories in relation to practice as well as practical training and skill development.
LEGAL457Insurance Law19T (Hamilton)15.0
This paper provides an introduction to the principles which underpin indemnity insurance, with particular reference to those principles which set insurance contracts apart from other contracts.
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.
MAORI102He Hīnatore ki te Ao Māori: Introducing the Māori World19A (Hamilton), 19A (Online), 19B (Hamilton), 19B (Online) & 19T (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 Arts19T (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 319T (Hamilton) & 19T (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.
MEDIA204Studio Production19T (Hamilton)15.0
An intensive, practice driven exploration of the potential of filming in a studio environment. Students master the technology, roles and communication protocols necessary for live production shoots.
MEDIA300Contemporary Television19A (Hamilton), 19B (Hamilton) & 19T (Online)15.0
Contemporary television has drastically changed how we tell stories. Over the past two decades, the shift in long-form televisual narrative has resulted in an abundance of high-quality TV dramas that challenge cinematic storytelling. This paper reflects on these changes and asks students to evaluate the success of high-end producers such as HBO, Netflix, Amazon and Showtime that have pushed TV beyond its previous boundaries.
MEDIA309Game Design19T (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.
MEDIA506Scriptwriting19A (Hamilton) & 19T (Hamilton)30.0
This workshop-based paper develops understanding and experience of script-construction processes and practices as well as script analysis. Students will produce second draft scripts for the format, length and genre of their choice.

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