Climate Change (2024)

Core papers for the Bachelor of Climate Change are listed below.

For a list of major and minor subjects available for the Bachelor of Climate Change, please see the following page.

Students must complete: ARTSC106, CLIMT101, CLIMT103, CLIMT104, CSMAX101 or BUSAN205, CLIMT201, CLIMT202 and CLIMT301.

Climate Change is not available as a major or minor; the papers listed below comprise the core of the Bachelor of Climate Change.

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  • 100 Level

    Code Paper Title Points Occurrence / Location
    ARTSC106Critical Social Science Research: The Crisis of Climate Change15.024B (Hamilton) & 24B (Online)
    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.
    CLIMT101Introduction to Climate Change Science - Pūtaiao Huringa Āhuarangi15.024A (Hamilton), 24A (Online), 24A (Secondary School - Unistart) & 24A (Tauranga)
    An overview of the scientific basis of climate change with emphasis on understanding climate change mitigation and adaptation. He tirohanga whanui no tenei pepa i te tuapapa o te putaiao o te huringa ahuarangi. He nui te aro ki te whakamauru me te takatu o te huringa ahuarangi.
    CLIMT103Arts Activism in a Changing Environment15.024A (Hamilton)
    This paper introduces the role of arts in environmental, climate change and social activism through critical discussion of performances, events and art objects, and the complexities of communication and media representation.
    CLIMT104Introduction to Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies: The Climate Change Crisis15.024B (Hamilton) & 24B (Online)
    This course examines Maori, Pacific and Indigenous peoples' philosophies and relationships with land, language, culture and resources, with a particular focus on understanding the climate change crisis.
    CSMAX101The World of Data15.024B (Hamilton)
    This paper introduces students to tools used in analysing datasets, focusing on health science applications and publicly available data on New Zealand. Students will learn how to use these tools to generate the appropriate results and be able to critically evaluate results presented in the media as well as scientific articles. Stud...
  • 200 Level

    Code Paper Title Points Occurrence / Location
    BUSAN205Data Analytics with Business Applications15.024A (Hamilton), 24B (Hamilton), 24B (Tauranga), 24VA (National Economics University, Vietnam) & 24X (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China)
    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.
    CLIMT201Climate Change Modelling, Impacts and Adaptation15.024B (Hamilton)
    The strengths and weaknesses of different types of climate models and scenarios are explored, with an emphasis on understanding the projected climate change risk profile of Aotearoa. An understanding is gained of how different climate hazards respond to a warming world, as well as non-hazard factors which determine the severity of ...
    CLIMT202Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Responses to Climate Change15.024B (Hamilton)
    An analysis of how Maori, Pacific and Indigenous communities respond, adapt and mitigate the challenges presented by climate change drawing on indigenous theoretical approaches and relationships with land, oceans, culture, resources, development and political frameworks within settler-colonial states and Pacific nations and others....
  • 300 Level

    Code Paper Title Points Occurrence / Location
    CLIMT301Climate Change Solutions: Multidisciplinary Group Projects15.024B (Hamilton)
    Working in groups, students from different majors within the Bachelor of Climate Change will work together with an external organisation to develop an innovative solution to an authentic climate change problem.

2024 Catalogue of Papers information current as of : 3 October 2023 8:50am

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