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  1. 18 Feb 2019: Degree Full-time, 3 years | Part-time up to 6 years. Annual Fees(indicative 2019). Programme code. CH4025. Domestic. $8, 150 - $8, 800. Starts. February, July. International. $21, 920. Credits. 360. Course related costs. Advised before enrolment.

  2. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. CPLU410. Level. 4. Credits. 19.0. Estimated hours. 190.0. To enable students to install and maintain profiled metal roofing and wall cladding and develop a materials ordering list. Learning outcomes. Demonstrate knowledge of profiled

  3. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. DDAD523. Level. 5. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to develop a variety of approaches and skills in drawing; and to use these as an integral part of studio practice. Learning outcomes. Select and use aesthetic

  4. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. FBBS300. Level. 3. Credits. 20.0. Estimated hours. 200.0. To establish standards of professional practice for basic service of espresso beverages for commercial hospitality contexts. Learning outcomes. Apply standard operating

  5. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. WPBS300. Level. 3. Credits. 20.0. Estimated hours. 200.0. To establish standards of professional practice for basic service of espresso beverages for commercial hospitality contexts. Learning outcomes. Apply standard operating

  6. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. AMEN600. Level. 6. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to apply principles, theories and practice of entrepreneurship to new ventures. Learning outcomes. Articulate the impacts entrepreneurs, social entrepreneurs

  7. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. CDRP600. Level. 6. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to undertake an applied science investigation and evaluate the data. Learning outcomes. Design and undertake a directed applied science investigation, and

  8. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. BDCO720. Level. 7. Credits. 45.0. Estimated hours. 450.0. To enable students to synthesize their learning by conceiving, designing, completing and presenting a major body of creative work. Learning outcomes. analyse and evaluate

  9. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. BNWH600. Level. 6. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to discuss and analyse the concept of Hauora Māori and its application to the delivery of healthcare. Learning outcomes. Analyse the health experience of

  10. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. BSOE614. Level. 6. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. Through negotiation, plan and undertake an individual course of study. Learning outcomes. Demonstrate an understanding of a specialist topic at a higher level, along with the