The three disciplines within the School and the Centre for Strategic Studies represent important fields of study, each with their own set of concepts and perspectives. Many students take courses in each of them. Graduates develop skills in critical and creative thinking, leadership, communication and research.
This course will be offered in Trimester 3 from 14 November to 25 December 2016, taught by Kate Hunter of the History Programme. FHSS 104 is able to be used towards the 100-level major subject requirements for the HIST major and as a prerequisite for 200-level HIST courses.
"Ko te timatanga a nga waiata katoa he apakura.
The world of Māori literature is a deep, swirling pool filled to the brim with detailed, rich imagery, metaphor, wordplay and all other manner of poetic ornament - and I get to play in it all day! My work focuses on Māori literary history. Specifically, I read, explore, examine and analyse manuscript texts written in te reo Māori, over the expanse of the nineteenth century." Arini Loader, Lecturer, History Programme.
Have you recently completed (or are about to complete) a Bachelor's degree? Are you looking for a vocationally-oriented programme of study that only takes one calendar year?
Catch up or get ahead by studying in Trimester Three.
The Political Science journal is edited in the Political Science and International Relations Programme.
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The Maurice Goldsmith Lecture 2015 was given by Professor Frank Jackson (Australian National University), 'The Implementation Problem for Ethics'
See video of lecture.