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  1. Course code: BHLM606 Credits: 15.0

    27 Mar 2017: To enable students to develop capabilities for management and leadership roles in the international tourism and hospitality industry.

  2. Course code: BHPP601 Credits: 15.0

    26 Mar 2017: To enable students to understand the value of Māori culture to the tourism and hospitality industry in New Zealand.

  3. Course code: CCNC400 Credits: 15.0

    20 Jun 2012: This course trains students to operate and to perform basic operating and simple programming requirements on a range of computer numerical control (CNC) machine tools. The primary focus is on operating and setting.

  4. Course code: CHGD400 Credits: 5.0

    25 Jun 2012: This course will enable the student to understand the development of the person throughout the lifespan within a biological, cognitive, psychological, social and cultural context, and how this knowledge relates to social service work.

  5. Course code: DAMG51114 Credits: 15.0

    3 Dec 2015: To develop the student's practical skills and understanding of a selected range of digital media production processes through the exploration of digital photography and video technologies, methodologies and practices within the context of studio

  6. Course code: DAMG51214 Credits: 15.0

    3 Dec 2015: To develop the student's practical skills and understanding of a selected range of digital media production processes through the exploration of digital photography and video technologies, methodologies and practices within the context of studio

  7. Course code: DCAM500 Credits: 15.0

    21 Jun 2012: This course trains students to operate and to perform programming requirements on a computer numerical control (CNC) machine tool.

  8. Course code: DCAM600 Credits: 15.0

    25 Jun 2012: Trains students to operate and manage a multi-axis CNC machining centre (including robot loading if available) write programmes using appropriate off line software to facilitate two and three axis machining.

  9. Course code: ELPR501 Credits: 20.0

    21 Jun 2012: To enable students to use a range of language independently and competently in familiar situations.

  10. Course code: ELPR503 Credits: 20.0

    21 Jun 2012: To enable students to use a considerable range of language independently and effectively in both familiar and more demanding situations building on the language acquired in ELPR502.