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  1. Course code: MG5014 Credits: 15.0

    20 Nov 2015: To provide the students with an understanding of general circuit theory principles and skills and analogue and digital electronic principles needed for subsequent courses.

  2. Course code: MG5015 Credits: 15.0

    20 Nov 2015: To build upon the knowledge gained in Electrical and Electronic Principles 1, and to provide the student with further understanding of general circuit theory principles and electronics principles needed for subsequent courses.

  3. Course code: MG6118 Credits: 15.0

    20 Nov 2015: To enable students to develop an understanding of the concepts and applications of power electronics including basic converter types and applications involving small scale renewable energy systems.

  4. Course code: MG6135 Credits: 15.0

    20 Nov 2015: The purpose of this course is to provide the student with an understanding of the design, analysis, operation, and structure of radio systems in New Zealand.

  5. Course code: MHSW417 Credits: 9.0

    26 Jun 2012: To understand the mental health/mental illness continuum, addiction and dual diagnosis and the major types of treatments and therapies and their contribution to recovery.

  6. Course code: NURS401 Credits: 15.0

    26 Jun 2012: This course introduces students to the knowledge underpinning enrolled nurse practice within the discipline of nursing. It explores scopes of nursing practice and nurses' roles within interdisciplinary teams. Students will explore legal and ethical

  7. Course code: TPMU404 Credits: 15.0

    27 Jul 2014: Students will be introduced to recording processes, compositional concepts and design, and studio etiquette and processes. They will develop essential pre-production skills that culminate in the performance and recording of no less than two original

  8. Course code: TPMU501 Credits: 30.0

    27 Jul 2014: Students will develop capability in their respective instrument, as well as practise and rehearsal skills, and essential stagecraft and performance presentation skills. Students will implement and record their progress using a personal development

  9. Course code: BCTV600 Credits: 75.0

    10 Nov 2015: To enable students to develop advanced production and post-production knowledge and skills in sound, text and vision necessary to function as a member of a professional television or screen production team working in both a studio-based and

  10. Course code: CSOE305 Credits: 4.0|4

    12 Jan 2018: