Articulation Agreements and Unistart Papers (2018)


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  • Articulation Agreements

    The papers set out below will be offered under articulation agreements at the institutions listed, subject to the confirmation of contractual arrangements. Full details of these papers are set out under the relevant subject entries of the Catalogue of Papers.

  • Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology

    The papers listed below are taught at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. For further information about programmes and papers offered in Tauranga, contact the University of Waikato, Tauranga.

  • 100 Level

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    MATHS166Management Mathematics18A (Hamilton), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton) & 18B (Tauranga)
    An introduction to algebra and calculus for students in Management or Social Sciences. Students who meet the prerequisites of MATH101 and/or MATH102 may wish to take these paper(s) instead.
    MGSYS101Integrated Thinking - Digital Business and Supply Chain Management18A (Hamilton), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper explores the dual concepts of digital business and supply chain management. The interactive lectures help in developing critical thinking skills and highlight many topical case studies.
    STATS111Statistics for Science18A (Hamilton), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper provides a first course in statistics for students in the Faculty of Science and Engineering. Microsoft Excel is used throughout. Topics include the collection and presentation of data, basic principles of experimental design, hypothesis testing, regression and the analysis of categorical data.
  • 200 Level

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    ECONS202Economic Growth and WellbeingThis paper will not be taught in 2018.
    This paper will not be taught in 2018.
    ECONS205Data Analytics with Business Applications18B (Hamilton), 18B (Tauranga) & 18T (Hamilton)
    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.
  • Unistart Papers

    The papers listed below will be offered under University of Waikato Unistart Agreements and funded by the University of Waikato Unistart Scholarship. Full details of these papers are set out under the relevant subject entries of the Catalogue of Papers. For more information about Unistart papers and the Unistart Programme, please refer to the Unistart Brochure.

  • 100 Level

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    ACCTN101Accounting for Management18A (Hamilton), 18A (Online) & 18B (Hamilton)
    This paper explains that accounting is an important social practice; an integral aspect of organisational management and covers both the technical aspects of the provision and use of accounting information.
    BIOEB101Concepts of Biology18A (Hamilton)
    An introduction to the foundations of biology, including the structure and functioning of cells, evolution, the origins and diversity of life, and a tour of the major forms of life and their defining characteristics.
    BIOEB102Introduction to Ecology and Biodiversity18B (Hamilton)
    An introduction to the principles of ecology and biodiversity. Topics include population, community and ecosystem ecology, conservation biology, and the structure, functioning and environmental responses of animals and plants. Examples will include New Zealand ecosystems and biota.
    CHEMY101Structure and Spectroscopy18A (Hamilton), 18A (Secondary School - Unistart) & 18C (Hamilton)
    A theoretical and practical course covering aspects of analytical and inorganic chemistry. This course is required for the chemistry major.
    CHEMY102Chemical Reactivity18B (Hamilton) & 18B (Secondary School - Unistart)
    A theoretical and practical course covering aspects of physical and organic chemistry. This course is required for the chemistry major.
    COMPX101Introduction to Computer Science18A (Hamilton), 18A (Online) & 18B (Hamilton)
    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 researc...
    COMPX102Object-Oriented Programming18B (Hamilton), 18C (Zhejiang University City College, Hangzhou China) & 18S (Hamilton)
    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.
    DLRNG100Developing Digital Fluency18A (Online)
    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.
    EARTH101Introduction to Earth System Sciences18A (Hamilton) & 18B (Hamilton)
    A lecture and laboratory paper that explores the interacting processes that affect the surface of the Earth, producing landforms and resources, with a focus on physical processes. Topics covered include coastal processes and hazards; climate change; weathering; erosion and mass movement; soil formation; the hydrological cycle; rive...
    EARTH102Discovering Planet Earth18B (Hamilton)
    This paper explores the Earth's interior and its dynamic interaction with the crust, including: the major rocks and minerals; interpreting the rock record and geologic maps; the geological time scale and fossils; plate tectonics; volcanism; earthquakes.
    ENVSC101Environmental Science18B (Hamilton)
    A scientific study of the interaction between humans and the environment including climate change, utilisation and exploitation of natural resources and the effects of human activities on biological, chemical and physical processes that form resources and control ecosystems.
    FRNCH131French for Beginners 1: Part A18A (Hamilton)
    Students with no prior knowledge of French will acquire basic written and oral communicative skills for everyday situations, corresponding to level A1 of the Common European Framework of reference for Languages.
    GEOGY101People and Place18B (Hamilton) & 18B (Online)
    An introduction to the new geographies of globalisation and cultural change. A foundation for second year papers on contemporary cultural geographies, regional geography, tourism, and Maori lands and communities.
    HMDEV100Lifespan Development18A (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    HMDEV100 focuses on understanding and enhancing human development through an exploration of biological, psychological, social and cultural factors that influence patterns of development and learning over the lifespan.
    IRSST103Introduction to International Relations18A (Hamilton) & 18A (Online)
    This paper provides an introduction to the study of international relations in an era of globalisation. It covers the historical background, key concepts and theories, case studies, and contemporary developments in the study of world politics.
    LEGAL105Introduction to New Zealand Law and Society18A (Online) & 18T (Online)
    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.
    LLTED100Writing for University Purposes18A (Hamilton), 18A (Online), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton) & 18B (Online)
    This paper supports students to develop an understanding of the expectations of writing at university, and to develop an awareness of what constitutes quality writing in the context of university disciplines. Students engage in analysing how effective texts are written and they analyse their own. Students are introduced to writing ...
    MAORI102He Hinatore ki te Ao Maori: Introducing the Maori World18A (Hamilton), 18A (Online), 18B (Hamilton) & 18B (Online)
    An introduction to the Maori world view, social organisation, cultural concepts, including Maori astronomy, and their relevance in a contemporary society.
    MATHS101Introduction to Calculus18A (Hamilton) & 18B (Hamilton)
    A study of the fundamental techniques of calculus, including differentiation and integration for functions of one real variable, with applications to rate problems, graph sketching, areas and volumes.
    MATHS102Introduction to Algebra18A (Hamilton) & 18B (Hamilton)
    A study of the fundamental techniques and applications of algebra including Gaussian elimination, vector and matrix algebra, complex numbers, induction and recursion.
    MUSIC101Secondary Performance Studies 118Y (Hamilton)
    Students develop musical interpretation and technical skills in their chosen instrument/voice through weekly individual lessons and broaden their repertoire knowledge and performance opportunities at Friday performance hour sessions.
    MUSIC113Introduction to Songwriting18A (Hamilton) & 18A (Online)
    The development of creative musical skills and techniques based on popular music with a focus on songwriting. Computer technology will be used as a composition and publishing tool.
    MUSIC121Chamber Music 118Y (Hamilton)
    This paper provides practical experience and development in a variety of chamber music formations, sonata duo, piano duet, piano trio, string quartet, vocal ensemble, as well as orchestral and choral practice, and, for keyboard players, continuo and accompanying skills.
    PHILO103Critical Thinking18A (Hamilton), 18B (Online), 18B (Tauranga) & 18T (Online)
    This paper helps students to engage critically with the sorts of arguments encountered both inside and outside the University.
    PHILO106Social and Moral Philosophy18A (Hamilton) & 18A (Online)
    A study of key concepts in areas of applied ethics including abortion, euthanasia, health care, children's rights, pornography, justice, environmental issues, religion and ethics, and other issues.
    PHYSC101Physics for Engineers and Scientists18B (Hamilton) & 18B (Secondary School - Unistart)
    This is a lecture and laboratory course covering fundamental physics concepts relevant to engineers and scientists. Topics covered include vectors, kinematics, force, work, energy, collisions, rotation, equilibrium, oscillations, waves, sound, electricity, magnetism, and light.
    STATS111Statistics for Science18A (Hamilton), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper provides a first course in statistics for students in the Faculty of Science and Engineering. Microsoft Excel is used throughout. Topics include the collection and presentation of data, basic principles of experimental design, hypothesis testing, regression and the analysis of categorical data.

2018 Catalogue of Papers information current as of : 20 November 2017 4:56pm

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