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  1. 11 Jun 2019: Course code. BSOE616. Level. 5. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To develop a broad perspective and foundation knowledge of the adventure tourism industry within New Zealand. Learning outcomes. Review and discuss the nature of 'tourism' in

  2. 11 Jun 2019: Course code. BSOE617. Level. 6. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To develop skills and understanding related to the physical and social geography of Antarctica and apply these to educational contexts. To explore Antarctica as a global commons.

  3. 11 Jun 2019: Course code. BSOE615. Level. 6. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To analyse and integrate the theoretical, philosophical, ethical and practical applications of facilitation in outdoor education and adventure therapy contexts. Learning

  4. 11 Jun 2019: Course code. ASAN700. Level. 7. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to investigate a range of nutritional issues from an applied perspective. Learning outcomes. Critically appraise media representations of nutritional issues.

  5. 11 Jun 2019: Course code. DCBS500. Level. 5. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to understand the purpose, operating principles, coordination and legislative requirements required to manage a range of services in small, medium and large

  6. 11 Jun 2019: Course code. CDQA500. Level. 5. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to understand organisational techniques for establishing, maintaining and improving quality and business sustainability. Learning outcomes. Analyse the

  7. 11 Jun 2019: Course code. LTMB700. Level. 7. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to critically evaluate and apply the principles and techniques of molecular biology relevant in food, diagnostic, environmental, forensic and research

  8. 11 Jun 2019: Course code. NZME390. Level. 3. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to plan, communicate and carry out effective machining and mechanical engineering principles and processes to produce a product to an acceptable industry

  9. 11 Jun 2019: Course code. CBTF402. Level. 4. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to practice in manual facial therapy techniques to industry standards. Learning outcomes. Consult with clients to analyse skin types and conditions and

  10. 11 Jun 2019: Course code. NZFW480. Level. 4. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to gain operational and theoretical knowledge of planning and conducting site installations including, rigging and the use of mobile and fixed platforms.