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ACCTN581Professional Development Capstone21G (Online) & 21H (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 Project21G (Online) & 21H (Online)20.0
Students undertake a research project from an accounting workplace environment.
ACCTN583Professional Internship21G (Online) & 21H (Online)20.0
Students undertake a professional internship within an accounting workplace environment.
ANTHY522Visual Power: Images, Aesthetics & Politics21B (Online)30.0
This paper introduces students to social and political theory of images and aesthetics.
ARTSC105Language in Context21A (Online) & 21B (Online)15.0
Language in Context is an essential paper for students of a broad range of disciplines where language and communication are a focus. Students are given the tools to examine how human language reflects our histories, our social selves, and our immediate physical contexts. We observe how language is used to reinvent and to reinforce social positioning, to create and to replicate both real and virtual identities. A heightened awareness of the multi-functionality of language, whether spoken, sung, written or texted, enhances our understanding of self and allows us to be more effective communicators.
ARTSC106Critical Social Science Research: The Crisis of Climate Change21B (Hamilton) & 21B (Online)15.0
This paper is an introduction to critical social science research in Aotearoa New Zealand. It adopts an interdisciplinary approach spanning Indigenous and Feminist studies, political science and sociology, and is organised around the case study of climate change.
BIOEB503Terrestrial Ecology21A (Hamilton) & 21A (Online)15.0
This paper examines fundamental ecological theory to understand patterns and processes in terrestrial ecosystems and applies these concepts to environmental issues relating to resource management, conservation, restoration, and global change.
BIOEB504Freshwater Ecology21A (Hamilton) & 21A (Online)15.0
This paper provides a critical examination of issues that freshwater ecosystems face, e.g., eutrophication, pollution, conservation, and utilisation and explores the research around methods to mitigate potentially competing interests.
BIOEB505Coastal and Estuarine Ecology21X (Block)15.0
This paper emphasises multi-disciplinary science to better understand the functioning of soft-sediment ecosystems. The course will cover ecological principles through to the impacts associated with human activities and their management.
CAENL001Elementary English 121I (Hamilton), 21J (Hamilton), 21J (Online), 21K (Hamilton) & 21L (Hamilton)43.0
This paper provides English language training at low-elementary level. It provides basic training in face-to-face communication with an emphasis on the listening and speaking skills necessary in familiar New Zealand social contexts.
CAENL002Elementary English 221I (Hamilton), 21J (Hamilton), 21J (Online), 21K (Hamilton) & 21L (Hamilton)43.0
This paper is intended for learners at elementary level and extends the listening and speaking skills developed in CAENL001. The range of linguistic contexts is expanded and there is greater focus on general reading and writing skills.
CAENL003Pre-Intermediate English21I (Hamilton), 21J (Hamilton), 21J (Online), 21K (Hamilton), 21K (Online), 21L (Hamilton) & 21L (Online)43.0
This paper builds on the foundations laid down in CAENL001 and CAENL002. Learners' abilities to use English for communicative purposes are extended and a more integrated approach is taken to developing the four language skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing.
CAENL004Intermediate English (Academic English)21I (Hamilton), 21I (Online), 21J (Hamilton), 21J (Online), 21K (Hamilton), 21K (Online), 21L (Hamilton) & 21L (Online)43.0
At intermediate level language skills are developed systematically. The range of language functions developed through listening and speaking skills training is extended. Reading and writing skills development begins to focus on academic contexts.
CAENL005Upper Intermediate English 1 (Academic English)21I (Hamilton), 21I (Online), 21J (Hamilton), 21J (Online), 21K (Hamilton), 21K (Online), 21L (Hamilton) & 21L (Online)43.0
This paper develops effective strategies in managing academic study in western educational contexts. Proficiency is enhanced in areas such as listening, reading and note-taking. Learners are made aware of features of academic texts. The description and comparison of information is explored in the development of writing skills.
CAENL006Upper Intermediate English 2 (Academic English)21I (Hamilton), 21I (Online), 21J (Hamilton), 21K (Hamilton), 21K (Online), 21L (Hamilton), 21L (Online), 21Z (Hamilton) & 21Z (Online)43.0
At post-intermediate level academic study skills development continues and is extended into areas such as library research projects, summarising and report writing, referencing and recording bibliographies. Training in tutorial and seminar presentation skills is introduced.
CAENL007Advanced English 1 (Academic English)21I (Hamilton), 21I (Online), 21J (Hamilton), 21K (Hamilton), 21K (Online), 21L (Hamilton), 21L (Online), 21Z (Hamilton) & 21Z (Online)43.0
The reading and writing skills required for project, dissertation and thesis work are further refined at this level and learners explore the organisation of written texts in these areas. Listening and speaking skills development focuses on longer texts.
CAENL008Advanced English 2 (Academic English)21I (Hamilton), 21I (Online), 21K (Hamilton), 21K (Online), 21L (Hamilton), 21L (Online), 21Z (Hamilton) & 21Z (Online)43.0
The development of reading and writing skills focuses further on the purposes structures and style of particular academic texts. More specialised subject content is offered, in consultation with particular groups of learners.
CLIMT101Introduction to Climate Change Science21A (Hamilton), 21A (Online) & 21A (Tauranga)15.0
An overview of the scientific basis of climate change with emphasis on understanding climate change mitigation and adaptation.
CMYHE101Understanding Hauora, Health and Wellbeing21A (Hamilton), 21A (Online) & 21A (Tauranga)15.0
This paper examines a social determinants approach to Health. It includes exploration of a range of interactions that influence the health of populations and determinants of health in New Zealand and global contexts.
CMYHE302Health in the Digital Era21A (Hamilton) & 21A (Online)15.0
This paper critically examines how the growth of digital technologies have influenced understandings and practices of health. Key themes in this paper address the role of digital media in constructing understandings of healthy and unhealthy lifestyles, the changing nature of the healthcare provider-patient relationship, and the development of digital technologies for health-related purposes.
COMPX101Introduction to Programming21A (Hamilton), 21A (Online), 21B (Hamilton) & 21X (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China)15.0
This paper introduces computer programming in C# - the exciting challenge of creating software and designing artificial worlds within the computer. It also covers concepts such as the internals of the home computer, the history and future of computers, cyber security, computer gaming, databases, mobile computing and current research and challenges in computer science. No prior programming knowledge is assumed.
DIGIB519Professional Field Internship21B (Online) & 21X (Online)30.0
This paper, usually taken in the New Zealand summer period from November to February, facilitates practical experience building and skills development through an intensive industry internship for graduate level students. The paper is delivered online, and students will be on-site and at work in their host organisations from 8-13 weeks, based in host organisations in New Zealand or overseas. Assessment items will include weekly electronic interactions with other students taking the paper, a reflective report, and a critical self-assessment of personal skills and knowledge that can lead to further workplace skills development under the self-direction of the student.
DIGIB552Applied Research Methods and Project21A (Online)30.0
This paper provides the opportunity for students at the graduate level to produce a research report which reflects their ability to investigate in-depth a business topic of their interest. The report is expected to have value to a practicing manager, rather than having an academic focus. The paper will be delivered solely online. There will be an initial block session over the first three weeks which will provide students with the tools to successfully undertake and report on business research of high practical value to organisations.
DIGIB555Digital Business Management21A (Hamilton) & 21A (Online)30.0
A focus on the successful management of digital business applications based on rapidly evolving technologies; from business case to competitive impact.
DIGIB558Contemporary Issues in Digital Business21B (Hamilton) & 21B (Online)30.0
As new electronic technologies emerge, businesses are faced with many challenges about how best to address the opportunities and threats such technologies present. This seminar and discussion based paper addresses a range of topical issues associated with digital business and the crucial role they play in the modern-day, global business environment. Particular emphasis will be placed on the role of online social media in business. Students will have an opportunity to investigate related issues of personal interest.
DIGIB559E-Business Technologies21B (Online)15.0
The Internet and Web technologies are driving fundamental changes in the way that businesses interact today, and e-business is booming as organisations strive to improve efficiency, enter new markets, or gain competitive advantage through improved business processes, resource management, just-in-time provisioning and business relationships. This paper explores the various concepts and technologies behind such developments, introducing fundamental technologies and approaches upon which systems and services are being built today.
DINST513Early Intervention for Children with Special Needs21B (Online)30.0
This paper is intended to enable students to understand the philosophical and developmental justification for early intervention programmes for young children with special needs and their families. The focus will be on early intervention carried out in a range of contexts. The paper content will include: concepts of disability models and design of early intervention programmes; assessment; curriculum; parent partnerships and evaluation of processes.
DINST521Contemporary Issues in Disability and Inclusion Studies21A (Hamilton) & 21A (Online)30.0
This paper examines the historical and contemporary context that drives the bio-medical and social justice models of inclusive social and educational practice. It will also consider how a disability advocacy focus affects the practice of academic research.
DINST522Inclusion Policy and Practice: A Disability Rights Approach30.0
Framed by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with disabilities, this paper explores disability rights focussed policies and practices that shape social inclusion.
DLRNG100Developing Digital Fluency21A (Online)15.0
This paper offers a foundation for students learning to navigate and communicate effectively through digital learning environments. It incorporates purposeful selection of technologies for learning, and digital literacy which includes being able to research, create, evaluate and apply technical skills while doing so.
DLRNG200Digital Learning: Critical Perspectives and Lifelong Possibilities21A (Online)15.0
This paper examines educational uses of digital technologies, with an emphasis on learning through electronic networks, including social media. The paper explores evolving theoretical shifts and policy directions alongside topical issues and practical perspectives.
DLRNG201Exploring Digital Learning: Design Principles and Teaching Strategies21B (Online)15.0
This paper examines pedagogical approaches to digital technology integration in learning contexts, and derives evidence-based principles underpinning effective digital pedagogies. Students learn to apply the principles from literature/sources presented in class to critique and design of digital learning experiences/resources.
DLRNG300Developing of Digital Technologies: Contemporary Social and Educational Issues21A (Online)15.0
This paper considers the broad range and pace of development in digital technologies, and implications for educators and others involved in technologies for education and training, including businesses, and new learners.
DLRNG301Digital Innovation Adoption and Theories of Digital Learning21B (Online)15.0
This paper explores contemporary theories associated with digital innovation adoption and the design, development and use of digital systems, content and environments, with particular focus on social, distributed, networked and collaborative learning.
DLRNG522Teaching and Learning using the Internet21A (Online)30.0
This paper explores theoretical and practical perspectives on using the internet for teaching and learning. It examines the relationship between contemporary learning theories and their application using emerging online tools such as social networks, twitter, blogs and cloud-based services. It is suited to educators from all education sectors and has a significant practical component.
DLRNG525eLearning Policy to Practice in the New Zealand Context30.0
This paper initially takes a global perspective reviewing and critiquing arguments for education's role in building electronically-networked knowledge societies. It then examines how this is reflected in contemporary New Zealand/Aotearoa digital technologies in education/eLearning strategies and policies, drawing implications from this for institution-level planning and practice. This paper is targeted at teachers and educators wishing to consolidate their knowledge of digital technology/eLearning strategy and policy appropriate to their education sector level, and the sort of considerations needed when planning and implementing these within their institution.
EDLED501Educational Leadership: Issues and Perspectives21A (Hamilton) & 21A (Online)30.0
Reflective practitioners are introduced to theories and practices of educational leadership in this paper. Major theorists and researchers are critically considered with an emphasis on relating these to the realities of education settings. The discourses which shape the educational leadership landscape in New Zealand will be explored. A critical examination of one's own leadership practice is an important component of this course.
EDLED502Educational Leadership: Organisational Change and Development21B (Hamilton) & 21B (Online)30.0
This paper explores theories and practices of organisational development, culture and change in educational settings. The nature and characteristics of effective professional communities and the central role of leaders in educational improvement and innovation are key areas of investigation. Participants will engage with and critique organisational processes within their particular context in order to evaluate and strategise change priorities.
EDLED505Educational Leadership for Social Justice21A (Online)30.0
This paper draws on research and theory from New Zealand and global contexts to critically examine leadership practices related to issues of social justice in education. This paper provides opportunities to engage in current debates related to equity, access, fairness, agency and success in education and offers a framework for raising socially just consciousness for action. Through the critical reflection on personal leadership contexts, participants will examine core principles of social justice with the intention of engaging in broader social action to transform their educative and leadership practices.
EDSOC101The New Zealand Educational Context21B (Hamilton), 21B (Online) & 21B (Tauranga)15.0
The paper addresses the educational policies, ideas and processes shaping the educational contexts within which New Zealanders learn and teach.

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