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Ngā Tohu (Qualifications)

Bachelor of Arts

With the Bachelor of Arts (BA), you'll learn how humanity thinks, feels and acts, and how the past shapes our present and future.

Bachelor of Māori and Pacific Development

The BMPD will equip you with knowledge of the issues affecting Māori, Pacific and other indigenous peoples.

Bachelor of Media and Creative Technologies

The BMCT offers students the opportunity to critically examine the historical, political, cultural and social contexts in which media and communication practices develop and operate.

Bachelor of Arts with Honours

The BA(Hons) recognises distinguished study at an advanced level in a major subject taken in a first bachelors degree. The degree may lead to a one-year Masters degree. The award of honours recognises outstanding achievement.

Bachelor of Media and Creative Technologies with Honours

The BMCT(Hons) recognises distinguished study at an advanced level in a subject taken for the undergraduate degree BMCT. The degree may lead to a one-year Masters degree. The award of honours recognises outstanding achievement.

Master of Arts

Following the successful completion of an undergraduate degree or the BA(Hons) or equivalent, students may apply for admission to Te Tohu Paerua (Masters). Admission criteria will vary so contact the School for advice.

Master of Māori and Pacific Development

Following the successful completion of the BMPD degree or the PGDip or their equivalent, students may apply for admission to Te Tohu Paerua (Masters). Admission criteria will vary so contact the School for advice.

Master of Media and Creative Technologies

Following the successful completion of the BMCT degree or BMCT (Hons) or their equivalent, students may apply for admission to Te Tohu Paerua (Masters). Admission criteria will vary so contact the School for advice.

Postgraduate Diploma

Tītohu Rānei comprises 120 points at 500 level of which 90 points in one subject must be completed. It involves one year of full-time study or there is a part-time option available.

Postgraduate Diploma in Interpreting and Translating Māori

Te Titohu Whakamāori focuses on producing highly qualified translators and interpreters in spoken and written Māori. It involves one year of full-time study and students must complete 120 points in an approved programme of study.

Master of Philosophy

The MPhil is normally a one-year full-time research degree. Entry normally requires a candidate to have qualified for a Bachelors degree with honours or a Masters degree and must have achieved at least Second Class Honours (first division) or Distinction.

Doctor of Philosophy

The PhD is normally a three-year full-time research degree. Entry normally requires a candidate to have qualified for a Bachelors degree with honours or a Masters degree and must have achieved at least Second Class Honours (first division) or Distinction.