Programmes & Courses A-Z

  • Bachelor of Teaching Early Childhood Education

    • Intakes: Semester 1
    • Code: WR3046
    • Level: 7
    • Credits: 360
    • Subjects: Early Childhood

    This degree is a professional pre-service qualification preparing student teachers to be skilled and reflective practitioners who are competent, confident and equipped with the knowledge, ...

  • Certificate in Tertiary Teaching

    • Intakes: February, March, September
    • Code: WR2862
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 60
    • Subjects: Tertiary Teaching

    This certificate enables graduates to function effectively in the tertiary education sector. Students will develop the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes to responsibly oversee the ...

  • Short Award in Te Reo Māori - Te Kakano this programme is fees free

    • Intakes: Semester 1, Semester 2
    • Code: WR3065
    • Level: 4
    • Credits: 30
    • Subjects: Maori Studies

    Develop listening, reading, oral, and literacy skills in Te Reo Māori at a beginner's level, based on Te Whanake language progressions.Content covered:Basic greetingsMy family, towns ...

  • Therapeutic and Sports Massage (Level 5)

    • Intakes: February
    • Code: NZ2740
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 120
    • Subjects: Sports

    This brand new one year diploma is a practical introduction to wellness and relaxation massage.You’ll get plenty of hands-on experience in massage as well as ...

  • New Zealand Diploma in Tourism and Travel (Level 5)

    • Intakes: Semester 1, Semester 2
    • Code: NZ2206
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 120
    • Subjects: Tourism Management

    The New Zealand Diploma in Tourism and Travel (Level 5) programme aims to develop graduates with the capability to contribute to the effective implementation of ...

  • Bachelor of Tourism Management

    • Intakes: Semester 1, Semester 2
    • Code: WR2723
    • Level: 7
    • Credits: 360
    • Subjects: Tourism Management

    Gain a specialist advantage in the tourism and hotel/hospitality industry.Students' study is complimented with business, management and communications skills enabling graduates the ability to contribute ...

  • New Zealand Diploma in Tourism and Travel (Level 6)

    • Intakes: Semester 1, Semester 2
    • Code: NZ2207
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 120
    • Subjects: Tourism Management

    Gain applied knowledge, skills and standards of professional practice with a focus on leadership responsibilities, and developing and guiding strategic business direction for tourism and ...

  • Graduate Diploma in Tourism Management

    • Intakes: Semester 1, Semester 2, November
    • Code: WR2919
    • Level: 7
    • Credits: 120
    • Subjects: Tourism Management

    Take a holistic view of tourism organisations, and examine the interface between tourism activity, the community, and the environment. Develop the management skills and knowledge ...

  • New Zealand Certificate in Tree Felling and Clearing (Non-Production) (Level 3)

    • Intakes:
    • Code: NZ2336
    • Level: 3
    • Credits: 45
    • Subjects: Forestry Operations

    Gain the skills and knowledge required to carry out felling and clearing of trees work safely and effectively under limited supervision. ...

  • Tiaki Ritenga Tūturu Fundamentals of Nursing Care

    • Code: NURS.5116
    • Fee: $856
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Nursing

    introduce students to the fundamental concepts that underpin nursing care. Students will develop nursing knowledge and skills that support beginning nursing practice. Also, within ...

    Related programmes: Bachelor of Nursing

  • Tīmatanga Mahi Mātanga Introduction to Professional Nursing Practice

    • Code: NURS.5117
    • Fee: $856
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Nursing

    The aim of this course is to introduce students to the professional, ethical and legislative requirements of nursing practice. Students will develop an awareness of ...

    Related programmes: Bachelor of Nursing

  • Tools for Tertiary Teaching

    • Code: ADLT.5003
    • Fee: $744
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Tertiary Teaching

    develop students who will be able to apply a range of tools to their teaching practice.

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    Related programmes: Certificate in Tertiary Teaching

  • Tiaki Pōnānā Nursing Practice: Inpatient and Ambulatory Care

    • Code: NURS.6316
    • Fee: $1,700
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 30
    • Related subjects: Nursing

    enable students to use research to inform professional nursing practice. Students will expand theory of nursing practice and skills to navigate the safe application ...

    Related programmes: Bachelor of Nursing

  • Tiakina Hauora / Professional Aspects of Health Care

    • Code: HLTH.7101
    • Fee: $856
    • Level: 7
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Health Studies

    In this course students will analyse the role of the health professional from an Aotearoa/New Zealand perspective with a specific focus on health ethics, legislation, ...

    Related programmes: Graduate Diploma in Health Studies

  • The Salon Assistant

    • Code: HAIR.3301
    • Fee: $1,092
    • Level: 3
    • Credits: 20
    • Related subjects: Hairdressing

    Gain knowledge of roles, services, and career pathways within the hair industry and salon environment, including work practices and expectations for salon assistants. Develop core ...

    Related programmes: New Zealand Certificate in Hairdressing (Salon Support) (Level 3)

  • Tiaki Hāere Tonu Nursing Practice: Continuing Care

    • Code: NURS.5219
    • Fee: $856
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Nursing

    Develop rudimentary knowledge and skills in nursing process, critical thinking, problem solving, and reflection for nursing practice. Explore the health experience of the client receiving ...

    Related programmes: Bachelor of Nursing

  • Tiaki Hauora Tuatahi Nursing Practice: Primary Health Care

    • Code: NURS.6315
    • Fee: $1,710
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 30
    • Related subjects: Nursing

    enable students to analyse population health in Aotearoa New Zealand using a primary health care focus. Students will examine professional nursing practice strategies that ...

    Related programmes: Bachelor of Nursing

  • Tourism Business Strategy

    • Code: TOUR.7985
    • Fee: $793
    • Level: 7
    • Credits: 15

    provide students with an understanding of tourism strategic planning issues and their effective application in business planning.

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  • Transition to Practice

    • Code: NURS.7052
    • Fee: $2,566
    • Level: 7
    • Credits: 45
    • Related subjects: Nursing

    Students will be prepared for beginning practice as a registered nurse. This course will focus on competencies integrated problem framing and solving, reflective practice, and ...

  • Travel Writing

    • Code: CWRT.5004
    • Fee: $716
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Communications and Writing

    This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to to examine and develop the principles and practice of feature writing with an emphasis on ...

  • Transforming Health Outcomes of Vulnerable Populations

    • Code: PROF.8018
    • Fee: $856
    • Level: 8
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Nursing

    enable students to research a population group experiencing vulnerability within a community, analyse issues experienced by this population group and develop rationalised strategies that ...

    Related programmes: Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Professional Studies; Master of Applied Professional Studies - Mentoring and Leadership

  • Tourism Careers

    • Code: TOUR.3001
    • Fee: $673
    • Level: 3
    • Credits: 15

    give students the ability to evaluate a work role within the tourism industry in terms of personal and legal requirements.

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  • The Reflective Practitioner

    • Code: ADLT.5004
    • Fee: $744
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Tertiary Teaching

    develop students who will demonstrate effective teaching delivery and reflection in a tertiary environment.

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    Related programmes: Certificate in Tertiary Teaching

  • The Refinery: Te Mahi Whakapakari, Whakaniko

    • Code: CREA.7103
    • Fee: $1,481
    • Level: 7
    • Credits: 30
    • Related subjects: Art ,

    Students will investigate and focus upon skill development in a self-identified area of interest. Students will conduct and assimilate relevant research to extend and enhance ...

    Related programmes: Bachelor of Creative Technologies; Graduate Diploma in Creative Entrepreneurship

  • Te Whare Tapere

    • Code: MAOR.5003
    • Fee: $716
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Maori Studies

    develop proficiency in the performance of contemporary and traditional Maori music and dance, and develop an understanding of the origins and subjects of waiata, ...

  • The Art of Coffee and Barista Service

    • Code: HOSP.3210
    • Fee: $967
    • Level: 3
    • Credits: 20
    • Related subjects: Hospitality, Culinary Arts and Patisserie

    provide students with knowledge of coffee production and the global coffee industry, and skills in preparing and presenting espresso beverages and providing effective barista ...

    Related programmes: New Zealand Certificate in Food and Beverage Service (Level 3), Cafe Services and Barista strands

  • The Creative Project: Te Kaupapa Auaha

    • Code: CREA.6106
    • Fee: $1,481
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 30
    • Related subjects: Art ,

    generate a creative project in response to a community brief or from self-initiated ideas. Students will develop their professional practice by adherence to a ...

    Related programmes: New Zealand Diploma in Arts and Design (Level 6); Bachelor of Creative Technologies

  • Te Whakatakinga Marautanga: Introduction to Curriculum

    • Code: TECE.5022
    • Fee: $744
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Early Childhood

    This course will introduce students to the different concepts of curriculum and the political, historical and cultural influences which shape it. Students will develop knowledge ...

  • Te Weu: Foundation of Treaty-Based Practice

    • Code: SSSW.6204
    • Fee: $716
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Social Work

    develop students' personal analysis of colonisation and how this process impacted on Māori society. Students will consider this learning in relation to their developing ...

  • Te Takoto o te Hapori Whanui: Outdoor and Community Environments

    • Code: TECE.6024
    • Fee: $744
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Early Childhood

    This course aims to develop student teachers' knowledge skills and understanding of how to foster children's interests, enthusiasm and learning in outdoor and community environments. ...

  • Te Ture Papori - Kotahitanga: Social Justice and Inclusion

    • Code: TECE.7027
    • Fee: $744
    • Level: 7
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Early Childhood

    This course examines the role of early childhood professionals as advocates for children and whanau/families. Students will consider legislation and policy, issues related to social ...

    Related programmes: Bachelor of Teaching Early Childhood Education

  • The Customer Experience and Adding Value

    • Code: TOUR.4103
    • Fee: $673
    • Level: 4
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Tourism Operations

    enable students to add value to the customer experience through professional customer service and communication skills that build client relationships, and ensure customer needs ...

  • The Foundry: Te Orokohanga

    • Code: CREA.5108
    • Fee: $740
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Art ,

    The aim of this course is introduce students to project development and management from initial conception to presentation. Students will select their area of emphasis ...

    Related programmes: New Zealand Diploma in Arts and Design (Level 5); Bachelor of Creative Technologies

  • The New Zealand Legislative Environment for Professional Leaders

    • Code: PROF.8003
    • Fee: $856
    • Level: 8
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Social Work, Tertiary Teaching

    Students will critique the implications of New Zealand legislation on governance and management within a specific professional context. Students will also design processes, policies, procedures ...

    Related programmes: Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Professional Studies; Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Professional Studies

  • The Professional Practitioner: Te Tohunga

    • Code: TECE.8001
    • Fee: $1,487
    • Level: 8
    • Credits: 30
    • Related subjects: Early Childhood

    The course aims to empower students to apply this whakatauki in their practice as professional early childhood teachers. Students will use tika, pono and aroha ...

    Related programmes: Master of Teaching Early Childhood Education; Master of Teaching Early Childhood Education (Bilingual)

  • The Innovation – Proposal: Te Hiringa - Te Tono

    • Code: CREA.7104
    • Fee: $740
    • Level: 7
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Art ,

    develop student capability in researching, developing and presenting a project proposal for a significant creative work which may be focused on an industry, self-initiated ...

    Related programmes: Bachelor of Creative Technologies; Graduate Diploma in Creative Entrepreneurship

  • The Innovation – Creative Project: Te Hiringa – Kaupapa Auaha

    • Code: CREA.7105
    • Fee: $1,481
    • Level: 7
    • Credits: 30
    • Related subjects: Art ,

    Students will explore, experiment and further develop advanced technical skills, sustained research and knowledge through the generation of a creative project completed to an industry ...

    Related programmes: Bachelor of Creative Technologies; Graduate Diploma in Creative Entrepreneurship

  • The Furnace: Te Ahi

    • Code: CREA.6103
    • Fee: $1,481
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 30
    • Related subjects: Art ,

    extend student knowledge and skill through participation in a range of workshops. Students will work with a specified brief to develop ideas and concepts ...

    Related programmes: New Zealand Diploma in Arts and Design (Level 6); Bachelor of Creative Technologies

  • The Hub: Wānanga

    • Code: CREA.5104
    • Fee: $740
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Art ,

    introduce students to a variety of hands-on practical workshops where they can learn and experiment with a range of materials and techniques, and contribute ...

    Related programmes: New Zealand Diploma in Arts and Design (Level 5); Bachelor of Creative Technologies

  • Trip Leadership and Management of an Outdoor Activity

    • Code: TOUR.5006
    • Fee: $793
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15

    enable students to apply the knowledge and skills fo trip planning, leadership, risk management and first aid skills to an outdoor activity.

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  • Testing and Quality Assurance in ICT

    • Code: COMP.6115
    • Fee: $856
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Computing

    Students will apply testing and quality assurance methods and techniques in the development of ICT solutions.

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  • Tertiary Teaching Theory and Practice

    • Code: ADLT.5002
    • Fee: $744
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Tertiary Teaching

    develop students who will be able to choose delivery methods which align with and reflect on adult learning theory.

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    Related programmes: Short Award in Adult Teaching Principles and Strategies; Certificate in Tertiary Teaching

  • Te Kakano 1

    • Code: TREO.4003
    • Fee: $654
    • Level: 4
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Maori Studies

    introduce students in Te Reo Maori and develop listening, reading, oral and literacy skills at a beginner's level.

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  • Te Kakano 2

    • Code: TREO.4004
    • Fee: $654
    • Level: 4
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Maori Studies

    This course will build on the skills acquired in TREO.4003 and enable the student to further develop listening, reading, oral and literacy skills in Te ...

  • Te Kawa o te Marae

    • Code: MAOR.6002
    • Fee: $716
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Maori Studies

    Interpret the meanings, beliefs and practices relating to all facets of the pa/marae and protocols ...

  • Te Kaiako hei Kairangahau: The Teacher as a Researcher

    • Code: TECE.7028
    • Fee: $744
    • Level: 7
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Early Childhood

    give students an understanding of practice based research by providing an opportunity for students to advance their skills and knowledge of research in a ...

  • Te Horopaki Akoranga Kohungahunga: The Context of Early Childhood Education

    • Code: TECE.6020
    • Fee: $744
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Early Childhood

    In this course students will engage with the various theories and models, historical and contemporary, which have shaped and continue to shape early childhood education, ...

  • Te Atatū

    • Code: TREO.5301
    • Fee: $654
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Maori Studies

    Students will increase their te reo Māori vocabulary, phrases and sentences and further develop, speaking, written and listening skills for personal and professional contextual use. ...

    Related programmes: Bachelor of Social Work

  • Technical Raft Skills to Grade 3

    • Code: TOUR.5001
    • Fee: $716
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15

    provide students with the technical, theoretical and rescue skills required to raft commercially at Grade 3 level.

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  • Technical Text, Handbooks and Leaflets

    • Code: CWRT.5002
    • Fee: $716
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15

    This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to examine the principles and practise of writing technical text, as relevant to nonfiction in a ...

  • Te Mahuri 1

    • Code: TREO.6200
    • Fee: $654
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Maori Studies

    This course provides students with the opportunity to further develop listening, reading, oral and literacy skills in Māori to an advanced level.

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  • Te Mahuri 2

    • Code: TREO.6201
    • Fee: $654
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Maori Studies

    provide students with the opportunity to further develop listening, reading, oral and literacy skills in Māori to an advanced level as illustrated in Te ...

  • Te Pu: Foundations of Treaty Based Practice

    • Code: SSSW.5104
    • Fee: $716
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Social Work

    This course aims to develop knowledge and awareness of the cultural milieu within which Iwi and Hapu lived in Aotearoa, as a foundation for practice ...

  • Te Reo me ōna Piringa: Language and Literacy

    • Code: TECE.5027
    • Fee: $744
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Early Childhood

    This course focuses on the development of language and literacy in early childhood environments. Research tells us that in order to achieve this successfully, early ...

  • Te Puawai

    • Code: MAOR.5010
    • Fee: $716
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Maori Studies

    introduce students to aspects of te ao Māori including te reo Māori, waiata, andMāori society. The course will also introduce the history of and ...

  • Te Pihinga 2

    • Code: TREO.5201
    • Fee: $654
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Maori Studies

    Build on the Māori language skills developed in TREO.5200 Te Pihinga 1, and competently use rhythm, nuances and enunciation skills of native speakers.

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  • Te More: Transforming Treaty Based Practice

    • Code: SSSW.7304
    • Fee: $716
    • Level: 7
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Social Work

    This module aims to consolidate students' ability to assess and critically analyse Tauiwi and Māori in a contemporary Aotearoa/New Zealand society. Students will critically examine ...

  • Te Pihinga 1

    • Code: TREO.5200
    • Fee: $654
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Maori Studies

    Develop your oral competency, and literacy skills in Te Reo Māori to an intermediate level, while listening to the rhythm, nuances and enunciation of native ...

  • Te Atapō

    • Code: TREO.5300
    • Fee: $654
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Maori Studies

    Students will be introduced to te reo Māori vocabulary and basic sentence structures for contextual use. Students will be able to read, write, comprehend and ...

    Related programmes: Bachelor of Social Work

  • Te Aronga Rangahau: Introduction to Research

    • Code: TECE.5023
    • Fee: $744
    • Level: 5
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Early Childhood

    This course focuses on the development of knowledge and understandings about how research and reflection are interconnected with the practice of teaching. The role of ...

  • Taxation

    • Code: MGMT.6906
    • Fee: $897
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 15
    • Related subjects: Business Management

    Students will apply knowledge of taxation rules to New Zealand taxable entities in a range of situations.

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  • Teaching and Learning: ECE Curriculum studies in Aotearoa New Zealand

    • Code: TECE.8002
    • Fee: $2,231
    • Level: 8
    • Credits: 45
    • Related subjects: Early Childhood

    Using Māori world views of whakapapa, students will critically examine historical and contemporary theories of holistic development and learning, and extend their content and pedagogical ...

    Related programmes: Master of Teaching Early Childhood Education; Master of Teaching Early Childhood Education (Bilingual)

  • Taxation

    • Code: MGMT.6606
    • Fee: $897
    • Level: 6
    • Credits: 20
    • Related subjects: Business Management

    Students will apply knowledge of taxation rules to New Zealand taxable entities in a range of situations.

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