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Ngā Tohu (Qualifications)

Certificates / Diplomas (all levels)

Whether you're looking to focus on a particular area but not wanting to commit to a Bachelors degree or you're wanting to build your knowledge further after graduating, we have part time or full time options in our range of certificates and diplomas.

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.

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Bachelor of Social Sciences

The BSocSc will challenge your thinking about the world and its peoples while also developing an appreciation of indigenous and global issues.

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Bachelor of Arts with Honours

The BA(Hons) recognises an advanced level of study in a first bachelors degree and the award of honours recognises outstanding achievement.

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Postgraduate Diploma in Interpreting and Translating Māori

Te Titohu Whakamāori focuses on producing highly qualified translators and interpreters in spoken and written Māori.

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Master of Arts

Following the successful completion of an undergraduate degree or the BA(Hons) or equivalent, students may apply for MA.

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Master of Māori and Pacific Development

Following the successful completion of the PGDip in Development (or its equivalent), students may apply for MMPD.

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.