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  1. Course code: CAUT308 Credits: 15.0

    19 Dec 2017: To enable students to identify the function, purpose and location of steering and suspension systems and use appropriate tools and processes to service steering and suspension systems and wheels and tyres.

  2. Course code: CFDD401 Credits: 15.0

    27 Jul 2012: Students are introduced to a wide range of drawing applications and media. They experience a range of challenges allowing them to build technical skills along with concept development.

  3. Course code: MG7007 Credits: 15.0

    10 Dec 2012: To critically appraise transport planning concepts and procedures in the context of urban situations

  4. Course code: YTHS203 Credits: 14.0|3|3|3|3|2

    16 Oct 2016: To enable the student to explore communication theory and skills relevant for the health and social service sector and everyday life.

  5. Course code: DE5202 Credits: 15.0

    2 Dec 2015: To develop skills required to produce civil engineering and structural drawings.

  6. Course code: DE6205 Credits: 15.0

    2 Dec 2015: To evaluate the requirements of, and design water, waste water and storm water reticulation systems.

  7. Course code: DSCM500 Credits: 15.0

    14 Jun 2012: To enable students to apply communication knowledge and skills in the evolving context of New Zealand and global business, within a context appropriate to science laboratories.

  8. Course code: BIRM701 Credits: 15.0

    26 Nov 2012: To facilitate the application of research methodologies through the development of a research proposal within the main themes delivered during the programme.

  9. Course code: GDTL704 Credits: 15.0

    26 Sep 2016: To enable participants to inquire into their own practice in relation to learner achievement and implement improved actions based on evidence.

  10. Course code: JZAR608 Credits: 20.0

    26 Jun 2012: The purpose of this course is to enable the learner to arrange and compose within the idiom of established jazz tunes as well as write original compositions to a professional standard.