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  1. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. DDES501. Level. 5. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to explore key themes and ideas central to creative practice across a range of historical and cultural contexts. Learning outcomes. Examine the aesthetic,

  2. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. BCCS253. Level. 6. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to be able to implement and manage a directory service and associated technologies. Learning outcomes. Implement directory services in a distributed

  3. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. DSYS601. Level. 6. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. Learning outcomes. Deploy client operating systems and application software. Deploy server class operating systems.

  4. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. BMUS620. Level. 6. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to extend their knowledge of jazz harmony as applied to improvisation, arranging and composition. Learning outcomes. Read, write and understand the core

  5. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. MG7025. Level. 7. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to apply project management principles, concepts and techniques. Learning outcomes. Initiate, plan, execute, monitor, control, and close out an engineering

  6. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. AMAA522. Level. 5. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to record and process a wide range of financial transactions manually, as well as using software. Learning outcomes. Process a wide range of transactions to

  7. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. BMUS720. Level. 7. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to further explore and demonstrate the structures and devices of harmony and advanced music theory, and apply them to composition and re-harmonisation.

  8. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. BLMA701. Level. 7. Credits. 30.0. Estimated hours. 300.0. To enable students to apply understanding of the synergy between world view concepts (whakapapa, whanaungatanga, tikanga, te ao Māori) and Te Reo to communicate creatively and

  9. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. BLMA601. Level. 6. Credits. 30.0. Estimated hours. 300.0. To enable students to understand the synergy between Māori world view concepts and Te Reo. Learning outcomes. Communicate in spoken and written Te Reo in social and formal

  10. 22 Feb 2019: Diploma Full-time, 1 year | Part-time up to 3 years. Annual Fees(indicative 2019). Programme code. NZ2596. Domestic. $6, 900 - $7200. Starts. February, July. International. $20, 620. Credits. 120. Course related costs. Advised on enrolment. Level.