Development Studies (2017)
Development Studies as an interdisciplinary discipline brings together students from a range of disciplines and experiences to debate, assess, and engage in the discourse of development at a global, national, and local level. Development Studies combines a sound theoretical base with praxis which bodes well for students serious about a rapidly changing world and the impact this has on all facets of development.
- Prescriptions for the PGDip(DevSt)
Students are normally required to take the four 500 level papers listed as follows:
- DEVS501 - 17B (NET) - Strategic Planning for Maori and Pacific Development
- DEVS502 - 17A (NET) - Sustainable Resource Issues
- DEVS504 - 17A (NET) - State Policies on Indigenous Development
- DEVS505 - 17B (NET) - Governance and Nation Building
- DEVS506 - 17C (BLK) - Irikura: Engaging with Maori
- DEVS507 - 17C (BLK) - Talanoa: Engaging with Pacific
- GEOG515 - 17B (HAM) - Maori Geographies
- MAOR514 - 17B (HAM) & 17B (NET) - Rangatiratanga: Leadership for Maori, Pacific and Indigenous Communities: traditional, contemporary & futuristic issues
- Prescriptions for the MMPD
Students are normally required to include a 60 point dissertation and 60 further points from 500 level papers approved by the Department.
- DEVS590 - 17C (HAM), 17D (HAM) & 17E (HAM) - Directed Study
- DEVS591 - 17C (HAM) & 17D (HAM) - Dissertation
- DEVS592 - 17C (HAM) - Dissertation
- DEVS593 - 17C (HAM) - Development Studies Thesis
- DEVS594 - 17C (HAM) - Development Studies Thesis
- Prescriptions for the PhD
The Doctor of Philosophy is a three year research-based degree in which students undertake a programme of approved and supervised research that leads to a thesis which critically investigates an approved topic of substance and significance, demonstrates expertise in the methods of research and scholarship, displays intellectual independence and makes a substantial original contribution to the subject area concerned, and is of publishable quality.
- DEVS900 - 17C (HAM) - Development Studies PhD Thesis
2017 Catalogue of Papers information as of 23 February 2017 10:24am