Study Search

Refine your search

411 - 420 of 6,729 search results
Not what you're looking for? Try our site search or A-Z study options search?
  1. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. BDFA522. Level. 5. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to resolve and produce a defined product through research based creative and technical practice. Learning outcomes. identify, apply and communicate pattern

  2. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. CSCP405. Level. 4. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to acquire skills in algebra, trigonometry, graphing and calculus to solve problems in health related sciences and engineering. Learning outcomes. Manipulate

  3. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. DCCE710. Level. 7. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to manage the processes of creating and managing modelling and documenting civil engineering designs using specialised civil engineering CAD software. Learning

  4. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. WPBW300. Level. 3. Credits. 20.0. Estimated hours. 200.0. To establish standards of professional practice for basic service of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages in commercial hospitality environments. Learning outcomes. Apply

  5. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. CKCM501. Level. 5. Credits. 35.0. Estimated hours. 350.0. To enable students to plan and prepare a culinary event. Learning outcomes. Select and apply staffing strategies to meet performance targets. Plan and monitor workflow and

  6. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. CKCM502. Level. 5. Credits. 10.0. Estimated hours. 100.0. To enable students to apply culinary management principles to develop an event. Learning outcomes. Select and apply staffing strategies to meet performance targets. Plan and

  7. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. BCIS202. Level. 6. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to apply both service and project management tools and techniques to efficiently and effectively implement change within the context of an information

  8. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. BLMA514. Level. 5. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To build on the student's ability gained in Te Pihinga 1 to participate in a total immersion Māori language environment in both formal and informal environments. Learning

  9. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. BLMA513. Level. 5. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to apply concepts of interpersonal and ecological whanaungatanga in order to communicate appropriately in Te Reo in prescribed contexts. Learning outcomes.

  10. 18 Feb 2019: Course code. FBBW300. Level. 3. Credits. 20.0. Estimated hours. 200.0. To establish standards of professional practice for basic service of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages in commercial hospitality environments. Learning outcomes. Apply